FUN: Iced Tea Facts & Trivia

The Tea-Over-Ice Brewing Pitcher from Tea Forte.   Eighty percent of the tea drunk in the U.S. is bottled tea, meant to be served cold. Who invented iced tea? It’s possible that centuries ago, some wealthy* person (or servant) in the tea-growing nations of Ceylon, China, India or Japan may have taken some ice from…
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TIP OF THE DAY: 5 Other Uses For Coffee Filters

We recently retired several coffee makers, from cup-tops to oldies that no longer make the coffee as hot as we’d like. We found ourselves left with several boxes of filters that don’t fit our remaining machine. Fortunately, as we were searching through old emails, we found one from our friends at the Coffee And Tea…
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PRODUCT: Java-Gourmet Coffee-Based Rubs, Sauces, Salts & Sweets

Sauces are just the beginning of the coffee- accented products from Java-Gourmet. Photo by River Soma | THE NIBBLE.   Java-Gourmet is the story of two Bostonians who relocated to the sylvan shores of Keuka Lake in upstate New York. Surrounded by natural beauty, they began to roast coffee to order, slowly air-cooling the beans…
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