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A Beginner's Guide to Tea: From green, to black, to oolong, and everything in between... Here's all you need to know about brewing the perfect cup!

A Beginner's Guide to Tea: From green, to black, to oolong, and everything in between... Here's all you need to know about brewing the perfect cup!

A Beginner's Guide to Tea: From green, to black, to oolong, and everything in between... Here's all you need to know about brewing the perfect cup!

A Beginner's Guide to Tea: From green, to black, to oolong, and everything in between... Here's all you need to know about brewing the perfect cup!

Learn how to brew tea like a pro without being an tea expert :) Re-pin now, check later.

Learn how to brew tea like a pro without being an tea expert :) Re-pin now, check later.

Brewing Coffee - How to Brew the Perfect Cup of Coffee at Home. A Kitchen 101 article at chasingdelicious.com. @chasedelicious

Brewing Coffee - How to Brew the Perfect Cup of Coffee at Home. A Kitchen 101 article at chasingdelicious.com. @chasedelicious

Most of us enjoy drinking coffee every day to get our day off on the right foot. But do you know how caffeine affects your brain and how you can use it to improve your performance?

Most of us enjoy drinking coffee every day to get our day off on the right foot. But do you know how caffeine affects your brain and how you can use it to improve your performance?

6 Coffee questions you are too afraid to ask at a coffee shop - I Love Coffee

6 Coffee questions you are too afraid to ask at a coffee shop - I Love Coffee

Adams + Russell's Single Origin Coffee Chart is a great tool for helping you…

Adams + Russell's Single Origin Coffee Chart is a great tool for helping you…

Counter Culture Coffee Taster's Flavor Wheel If you love coffee like me I'm sure you'll know some of these

Counter Culture Coffee Taster's Flavor Wheel If you love coffee like me I'm sure you'll know some of these

thedjournalguidetocoffee: “ So, where we left off: the green coffee beans are spinning happily in a heated steel drum. At about 165°C, or about four minutes after starting, the beans have lost most of their water content and are turning from green to...

thedjournalguidetocoffee: “ So, where we left off: the green coffee beans are spinning happily in a heated steel drum. At about 165°C, or about four minutes after starting, the beans have lost most of their water content and are turning from green to...