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  1. Try the Tradition of Turkish Coffee and Taste the Difference By Nicholas Webb
    The Europeans got their first taste of Turkish Coffee, and coffee in general from the Ottoman Turks, who brought coffee to the West. They were great coffee drinkers, both at home and in public houses, the forerunners of our cafés, which started to spring up across the Islamic countries. Turkish coffee became part of the Turks life and was known as the "Wine of Islam" and the "Milk of Chess Players and Thinkers".Turkish coffee is derived from the famous Arabica coffee bean, often the addition …


  2. Mr. Coffee Versus Bunn-o-Matic - The Coffee Maker Battle Heats Up By Jon Butt
    For coffee lovers, there are few things more appealing than being met in the early a.m. hours by a perfectly brewed pot of coffee. That first cup sets the mood for your entire day, doesn't it? If it's brewed up right, you'll feel that extra zing in your step from morning till night. However, if that first cup is too strong or too weak, too hot or not hot enough, you quickly find yourself spiraling into a first-class coffee crisis.So, how do you avoid a coffee catastrophe? It's simple, buy the …


  3. English Coffee By Randy Wilson
    With English Tea being a very familiar term, English coffee may seem as contrary a term as Arctic bananas; however, England’s impact on the coffee trade and the world of business is undeniable. The history of English coffee began in 1650 at Oxford University when a Lebanese immigrant opened the first coffeehouse on campus.Initially, coffee was seen as novelty and a snake oil, if you will, as the proprietor touted many incredible medical claims. His English coffee was said to aid in digestion, …


  4. Russian Tea drinking - The beginning By Alexander Geida
    It is believed history of Russian tea drinking tradition have began at 1638.That year, Russian Czar, Michael Fedorovich, granddad of Peter the Great, got special, diplomatic gift from Altyun-Khan, ruler of Mongolia. Altyun - Khan means "Golden Khan" and He was known for applying Lamaism at Mongolia.Exactly, Althyn - Khan at 1578 used title "Dalai-Lama", which means "The sea of Wisdom" and later son of Althyn-Han have became Dalai-Lama IV.Czar Michael Fedorovich was known for conquer of Siberia…


  5. Espresso Makers: Depending on Your Need, There's an Espresso Maker for You By Allen Shaw
    Since Starbucks first went International in the early 1990s, espresso has been the number-one item on the minds of those who need a quick pick-me-up to get their day started. It started out as a fad, but with the onslaught of Friends on NBC in 1994 and Starbucks reproducing like rabbits throughout the last decade of the 20th Century, it has morphed into a worldwide phenomenon.But what is espresso exactly. To put it in the simplest terms, espresso is coffee's more aggressive and strong willed l…


  6. Arabica Coffee Beans Are Pricey Yet Priceless! By Julie Carter
    Arabica coffee beans are known for a better-flavored coffee. There are two main species of coffee beans that are grown for sale: Robusta and Arabica. Gourmet coffee houses serve the smooth and very palatable Arabica coffees, while the worst cup of coffee you ever had probably came from a pot of bitter Robusta coffee that had been sitting for hours.If you have been spoiled by the quality coffee served at coffee houses and cafes, you are probably craving the taste of Arabica coffee beans. You ca…


  7. Who is Juan Valdez? By Iulia Pascanu
    Juan Valdez is a fictitious character who was created in 1959 to represent the National Federation of Coffee Growers of Columbia, founded in 1926.He is one of the most familiar faces in the advertising world, with his moustache, sombrero, poncho and his faithful mule, Lana.In the first commercials, Juan Valdez used to wander around in the coffee fields, picking the ripe coffee berries with his hands. He was a romantic representative of thousands of Colombian "cafeteros", or "caficultores". At …


  8. Mocha Coffee: Learn About the Source and Try Our Recipes for Making Great Mochas By Nicholas Webb
    Depending on how we look at it, mocha coffee may be the tall drink made of coffee, cocoa and milk, often served with cream or, on the other hand mocha coffee may refer to the source.Yemen is the source of true Mocha coffee. Some connoisseurs consider the Yemeni beans the best that money can buy. No doubt about it, for one reason or another, it is know the world over. Grown along steep terraced hillsides at an altitude of anywhere from 3,000 to 7,000 feet, the harvested fruit is a small, hard c…


  9. 10 Timeless Tips to a Perfect Cup of Coffee By Jon Butt
    Few quests in human history have so captivated men and women from around the world than the search for the perfect cup of coffee. Yes, believe it or not, coffee connoisseurs have dedicated entire lifetimes in the pursuit of finding that one cup of the most heavenly coffee ever made. If you're like most people, however, you're just looking for an easy way to make a great-tasting cup of coffee to help get you started in the morning. The following 10 Timeless Tips to a Perfect Cup of Coffee shoul…


  10. Starbucks Coffee History By Randy Wilson
    To summarize something as phenomenonally successful as Starbucks coffee history might be a challenge. Many volumes have been written on the subject, it is examined and taught in business schools, and whole semesters are dedicated to the marketing genius of the company. The amazing success of Starbuck’s business model certainly deserves commendation if not adoration in the business world.The story of Starbucks coffee history begins in Seattle in 1971, when three friends with a passion for fresh…


  11. Does Coffee Make You Fat or Help with Diabetes? By Kate Simpson
    Who the heck knows?According to two studies published in the Journal of the American Medical Association the opposite is true and it states if you have diabetes you should get rid of caffeine.Duke University Medical Centre in a 2004 study proved that caffeine ingestion significantly impairs the control of blood sugar and insulin after a meal.According to one study, if you’re under 60 years of age it can actually help you lose weight and over 60, well then you’re on your own. A recent study pr…


  12. Caffeine & Low Birth Weight Babies By Marina Kushner
    These studies begin to point the way to the more permanent damage that coffee drinking can inflict on the unborn. The use of caffeine during pregnancy has been widely studied. There is much evidence to suggest that caffeine is associated with low-birth weight and related problems.For example, one recent (1997) study of about 1,000 women in Yugoslavia showed that, among nonsmoking mothers, a “significant reduction” in birth weight was observed in babies whose mothers drank just 71 mg of caffein…


  13. How To Make Great Espresso and Latte Drinks By Lee Dobbins
    Coffee drinks are quite the rage these days and the espresso and latte are among the favorites. Sure, you can get them at the local coffee house, but why not save some money and make them yourself?Here’s some tips on foolproof methods to the best espresso drinks around.First off, you want to start with a good quality machine. If you are serious about your espresso, you need to spring for the best machine you can get. One thing to look for in a quality machine is to make sure it has a built …


  14. Short History of Coffee By Chris Vorelli
    Who would have thought that a berry that was discovered by a herd of goats would be the single most important ingredient in the world’s most popular drink? Legend has it that back in 850AD, a goat herder noticed his herd was full of energy and eating berries he had never noticed. Since the goats seemed to have such a reaction, the herder decided to give it a try! The berries also gave him a burst of energy and he began to feel very happy. Thus, the beginning of the journey for what is no…


  15. Choose the Correct Coffee Machines By Lorna Mclaren
    Most kitchens will have some sort of Coffee Machines in them. Personally I have three. One Coffee Machine that is out permanently and two Coffee Machines that like it in the cupboard! As time goes by I am sure to gather more Coffee Making equipment as I am a self confessed coffee addict. But I am not alone.Nowadays, coffee is all the rage. Not only do you have to choose among the dozens of franchise coffee shops, coffee types, espresso, cappuccino, and all other kinds of java, you also have to…


  16. Coffee Storage - Keep It Fresh! By Thomas Slaughter
    There is nothing like the taste of Fresh Roasted Coffee. Coffee will slowly lose its freshness because of time, exposure to air, moisture, heat, and light. It is best to buy whole bean coffee and store it at 68 to 72 degrees in an airtight container. Optimally, grind the beans right before you brew, but we usually grind a few days worth at a time. Do Not put coffee in the freezer or the refrigerator! Have you ever tasted cheesecake that has been in the ‘fridge for a few days? It has probably…


  17. Creating the Perfect Foam By Jason Ditto
    Most places that serve cappuccinos in the United States have not trained their baristas in the art of properly frothing milk. The foam that they create is usually a dry, tasteless, large celled collection of bubbles that sit on top of the espresso like a meringue.With a little care, you can create steamed milk that is velvety smooth like the texture of wet shaving cream. The bubbles will be so small that you can barely see them! This is the way it’s supposed to be, because this way, it will bl…


  18. Brewing the Perfect Cup of Coffee By Loy Williams
    Do you remember your first experience with coffee? I'm sorry to say that I do. All I remember is that it was powdered and freeze dried and worst of all, decaf. I remember sitting in a restaurant with my mother and stepfather asking a waitress for Sanka, and explaining to my mother that I'd had it before and avoiding her disapproving stare. What was wrong with a ten year old drinking coffee? It was Sanka for God's sake!My remaining experiences between ten and thirty five were noncommittal …


  19. Portrait of a Barista By Iulia Pascanu
    The barista is the Italian word for the skilled person who prepares coffee (ultimately espresso) in a coffee house.What would you want your barista to be like?This is not a trick question. The more I think of it, the more I believe it, that the world of coffee making must be laying on the shoulders of a barista.I believe that because the coffee I am beeing served in a coffee house, I expect it to be good. On the other hand, the manager of the bar expects me to be pleased with the service and c…


  20. A Little Secret Your Dentist Doesn't Want You To Know By Ma.Kushner
    Most dentist, particular those who specialize in cosmetic dentistry love it when you drink coffee & tea. Why? Your making them wealthy! Because all coffees and teas contain tannic acid. Tannic acid, the bitter compound in coffee and all forms of tea can cause yellow or brown stains when it combines with other particles on your teeth.It's a multi-million dollar industry, from whitening toothpaste, home bleaching kits to laser whitening. If your teeth don't respond well to bleach or if your enam…


  21. Pure Kona Coffee By Gary Gresham
    Pure Kona Coffee is gourmet coffee grown only on the Island of Hawaii. It is grown on the dark volcanic lava rock slopes of Kona which is located on the west side of the Big Island. This area is approximately one mile wide by thirty miles long. It is situated between two volcanoes, Hualalai and Manua Loa. The elevation ranges from 500 to 3000 feet.The unique island microclimate distinguishes pure Kona coffee from all others. Special care is taken throughout the process of creating the Kona…


  22. A Guide to Gourmet Coffee By Dakota Caudilla
    Even a Coffee Bean or San Francisco Coffee outlet frequenter won’t be able to master the art of appreciating true gourmet coffee unless they know the history and info about gourmet coffee. Oh, of course, you don’t have to an EXPERT to enjoy and understand gourmet coffee, but knowing a little bit more than the grocery store owner who sells instant coffee would help you appreciate the taste, smell and absolute heaven that gourmet coffee fans know gourmet coffee is absolutely capable of.Gourmet c…


  23. Coffee Roasting: Learning the Fundamental Art of Making Coffee Can be Fun By Nicholas Webb
    Coffee roasting from light to very dark, is an art form in itself. Green beans have none of the flavor we are all accustomed to. Coffee roasting brings out the vibrant flavor from the coffee bean. It is true that before roasting, the 'green' bean contains all the complex acids, protein and caffeine, but just a yukky green-like taste that doesn't resemble coffee.It is the heat from the roasting process that cause the coffee bean's carbohydrates and fats to turn into aromatic oils. During coffee…


  24. Coffee For Your Health By Hilda Maria Sigurdardottir
    Many of us rely on coffee to get us going in the mornings, wake us up in the afternoons, and prepare us for that special business meeting. Go ahead, have a cup of coffee. It’s much healthier than you may be thinking right now.Coffee is the most consumed beverage in the world. No matter where you go, coffee is usually available. Yet, until recently there’s been very little research on the effects of coffee on our health. The researcher’s are waking up however. There have recently been st…


  25. And You Thought Coffee Was Bad for You! By Vince Manzello
    I am sure that if you are a coffee enthusiast, you have heard this, but if not let me state it here. "Coffee is good for you!"Recent research has shown that coffee is the number one source of antioxidants in the American diet. Antioxidants, are nutrients that are responsible from protecting your body's cells from being destroyed by toxins. This destruction has been linked to an increased risk of certain medical conditions, such as cancer, heart disease and others.Antioxidants are found in the …






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