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Coffee Styles for Every Taste

Let’s face it—coffee has gotten complicated. Hearing someone place an order at a coffee shop can often sound like a foreign language. But the seeming complexity of coffee nowadays isn’t stopping Americans from drinking it. According to the National Coffee Association, in 2018 the U.S. per-capita coffee consumption was just over 2 cups per day….

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Caffeine in Tea

Tea has evolved in many ways since it was first produced in China about 5,000 years ago. According to legend, tea was discovered accidentally by Shen Nung, a Chinese emperor who was pleasantly surprised by the flavor of his drink after tea leaves fell into his pot of boiling water. Since then, tea has turned…

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Gaining Caffeine Clarity: Alternate Sources of Caffeine

Coffee is so famous for its caffeine content that it’s easy to forget it is not the only source of the world’s favorite pick-me-up. With over 60 caffeinated plant species around the world, caffeine occurs naturally in many sources beyond even tea and cocoa.1 What’s more, it is often added to a wide range of…

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The Decaffeination of Coffee

Whether it’s cars lined up at the local coffee shop or the coffee maker dispensing morning joe in the kitchen, it seems like everyone wants a jolt. But what if you’re sensitive to the stimulating effects of caffeine? Can you still enjoy the hot, roasted goodness of coffee? The answer is: yes! Decaf coffee, processed…

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