Like wine, every cup of coffee is different – every coffee bean has a unique profile of acidity, flavor, size, color, and aroma that combines to bring you an exciting, satisfying cup of joe every time.
On average, Americans drink about 26.7 gallons (400 cups) of coffee annually, making coffee the most popular beverage in the United States...second only to water, of course.
If you love coffee as much as we do, you'll appreciate the wealth of coffee information available at CoffeeTeaWarehouse.com, so go forth and learn more about coffee.
Tea is an ancient beverage dating back over 5,000 years (learn more about tea history). Tea is a broad category of beverages that includes almost any drinkable extract of plant solids. In the United States, iced tea is the most common, but hot tea is the more common worldwide.
In fact, tea is the most popular drink in the World...and for good reason. Throughout history, extracts of herbs, roots, bark, spices, and tea leaves (of course) have been used quench thirst, calm nerves, improve health, and provide remedies. So go ahead – make yourself another cup and read about tea.