Whether it's at a barbecue with friends or just hanging around the house, you can seek refuge from the heat this summer with a cool, refreshing iced tea. While the base of iced tea is usually a classic black tea, you can jazz it up by adding some additional flavors to liven up the same-ole, same-ole. Follow these three easy tips.
According to the National Coffee Association's 2017 National Coffee Drinking Trends report, the number of Americans drinking coffee everyday increased from 57 percent in 2016 to 62 percent this year. Chances are, your employees are among the 62 percent who rely on their daily cup of joe. Learn how business owners across the country are leveraging office coffee service to improve the health, culture, and productivity of their offices.
While coffee and office coffee services have been around for quite a while, the way coffee is brewed, created, and marketed continues to change over time. Whereas traditional drip coffee was brewed at home, current consumer taste preferences have shifted the coffee market to create new coffee products, like cold and nitro brews, espresso drinks, and canned and bottled beverages. Here are the top three coffee trends of 2017.
Most people are surprised when they hear that all types of teas come from the same plant. However, the nature of the Camellia sinensis plant, as well as weather and soil conditions determine the final flavor of the tea. The main factor that determines the color a tea plant turns is based on the level of oxidation the tea leaves experience after being plucked. Although all varieties of tea come from the same plant, they all boast unique characteristics. We’ve explored four of the major types of teas so you can see how they differ from one another.