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Caffeine Content of Foods and Drugs Chart. Caffeine is the only drug that is present naturally or added to widely consumed foods (quinine is the other drug used in foods).

Caffeine Content of Foods and Drugs Chart

It is mildly addictive, one possible reason that makers of soft drinks add it to their products. Many coffee drinkers experience withdrawal symptoms, such as headaches, irritability, sleepiness, and lethargy, when they stop drinking coffee. More background on caffeine » November 2014. Most information was obtained from company Web sites or direct inquiries. Serving sizes are based on commonly eaten portions, pharmaceutical instructions, or the amount of the leading-selling contaner size. Additional information: Juliano, L.M. & Griffiths, R.R. (2005). Coffee Brewing.

Brewing coffee is as much of an art as it is a science.

Coffee Brewing

The history of coffee brewing equipment is rich, and methods of brewing are culturally dependent. History of Coffee COFFEE HISTORY. Coffee History - Learn all about the history of coffee and things you never know. Did you know section. Coffee Beans - Flavored Coffee - Gourmet Specialty Coffees. French Press Coffee Mugs. Coffee is so intertwined with religion, politics and world history in general that a solid foundation of world economics could be garnered by a reflection of the memoirs of coffee.

French Press Coffee Mugs

Coffee mythology credits the discovery of the coffee plant to Kaldi, a goatherder laboring in the Kaffa region of present-day Ethiopia around 850 A.D. He observed an elevated level of energy in his goats after they nibbled on the berries of a particular plant. Enamored, he indulged and found himself too with an extra bounce in his step. Kaldi excitedly shared the story of his fortunate find to a passing monk who, in an effort to sustain attention throughout lengthy sermons, collected and distributed the beans to his disciples, ordering them to chew the beans before he preached.

Word spread and soon the berries were being dried and transported to distant monasteries. Cultivation and commercial exportation is believed to have begun in Yemen and been strictly guarded by the Arabs. The Grinding The Roasting. Salt Spring Tea Company Ltd - Home of Canada's Natural Organic Teas. Home Page: Coffee and Wireless in Seattle. Coffee Forums Coffee Discussion about Espresso, Coffee Beans and Coffee Machines.

Coffee Shops, Espresso Bars & Cafes. Chocolate Shops, Coffee Shops, Resources, Information @ The ShoppingPlace. Coffeehouse. From a cultural standpoint, coffeehouses largely serve as centers of social interaction: the coffeehouse provides social members with a place to congregate, talk, write, read, entertain one another, or pass the time, whether individually or in small groups of two or three people.


A coffeehouse serves as an informal club for its regular members.[6] History[edit] The Ottoman chronicler İbrahim Peçevi reports in his writings (1642–49) about the opening of the first coffeehouse in Istanbul: Until the year 962 [1555], in the High, God-Guarded city of Constantinople, as well as in Ottoman lands generally, coffee and coffee-houses did not exist. About that year, a fellow called Hakam from Aleppo and a wag called Shams from Damascus came to the city; they each opened a large shop in the district called Tahtakale, and began to purvey coffee.[7] The 17th century French traveler Jean Chardin gave a lively description of the Persian coffeehouse scene: Etymology[edit] The Coffee Review - the world's leading coffee buying guide. INeedCoffee - Monthly Caffeination Information.

Starbucks Drinks Simplified (kinda) VERY IMPORTANT: If you got here from a bookmark, link, pin, or other item that includes “” in the URL, note that the original page has moved here.

Starbucks Drinks Simplified (kinda)

Please update your bookmark to the new URL, as I’m not sure how much longer the old site will be up. Thank you! Since many people seem to be overly confused by the wide variety of options available at Starbucks, I’ve put together this handy-dandy page to help you figure out what you want without spending hours staring blankly at a menu. I’ve tried to include as much info as possible. Some things on this page may be horribly out of date. Think you’ve seen this exact info somewhere else?

Drink Sizes Short: 8 oz. Why the weird sizes? Basic Drinks Coffee: Plain black coffee, brewed less than an hour ago. Espresso Bar Drinks Latte: Espresso, steamed milk, and foam. Non-Espresso Bar Drinks Blended Drinks These have changed a lot since I last worked at Starbucks. Caffeination Miscellaneous Extras Holiday Drinks.