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What Kind of Coffee is Good for You?

We have known that coffee is good for you for years. But even back years ago medical research was beginning to show that coffee benefits depend on several factors such as your age, how much coffee you drink, and what kind of coffee you prefer. The New York Times published a useful article recently about […]

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Coffee Making

Coffee lovers know that there is more to a good cup of coffee than just throwing coffee grounds in the percolator, adding water, and plugging it in. Coffee making is an art and a science. And, like all art and science, the details are what make the difference. With the rise of the coffee house […]

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Coffee

Coffee is a beverage brewed from the seed (bean) of the Coffea plant. More than half of all Americans over the age of 18 drink coffee every day. Americans average 3 cups a day and spend about $40 billion a year on their coffee. (Harvard School of Public Health) The History of Coffee: Ethiopian Legend […]

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Fair Trade Coffee

What is Fair Trade coffee? Where does it come from and who makes it? Is it organic coffee or is it a gourmet coffee brand? Is Fair Trade a good cup or coffee or just an expensive one? Fair Trade Coffee The idea behind Fair Trade coffee is provide a price floor for small scale […]

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UTZ Certified Coffee

Individuals looking for organic coffee may run across the UTZ Certified label. This label says that the bag of coffee you are buying came from a coffee farm that employed sustainable agricultural practices, good environmental practices and efficient farm management. A key feature of the UTZ Certified label is that UTZ Certified coffee is traced […]

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Best Organic Coffee to Buy

When you buy healthy organic coffee you want the best. But how do you know what is the best organic coffee to buy? There are two things to consider. First, you want a high quality Arabica coffee from a coffee producing country like Colombia. Second, you want a fresh coffee and not one that has […]

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Eggnog Coffee for Christmas

Christmas is almost here and with the season come many traditional foods and beverages. One staple for Christmas is eggnog. This yuletide beverage comes to us from medieval England. In East Anglia the locals modified a European hot milk beverage called posset. Noggin was a Middle English word used to identify a carved wooden cup […]

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How Do They Make Organic Instant Coffee?

A true coffee lover may buy organic green coffee beans, just enough for the day, grind enough for one serving and drink the best healthy organic coffee from Colombia. Or a person may just drink a cup of coffee from time to time and not be interested in a lot of work to get the […]

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What Is Organic Coffee and How Is It Grown?

When you drink a cup of regular coffee you may be getting more than just coffee in your cup. Years ago the Australian Food Authority tested regular coffee and found more than 130 different impurities in a regular cup of Java. The way to get around this issue is to drink organic coffee. But, what […]

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What Makes Organic Coffee?

Coffee used to grow in the wild. It was discovered in East Africa a thousand years ago. From its discovery in Ethiopia coffee was cultivated and domesticated as it spread across the world. The coffee that people discovered a thousand years ago was healthy organic coffee. Healthy organic coffee has been around for a long, […]

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