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What is Gourmet Coffee

By sherman Ray

It all starts with a coffee tree that bears fruit or “cherries” approximately twice a year. Coffee beans are the actual seeds inside the ripe (red) “cherries.”

How To Make Your Own Espresso

By Chin Kim

If anybody asks me, can you pass a day without having a cup of espresso? A day without espresso, Oh God!!! It?s impossible. I need at least a cup of espresso in the morning to start my work day.

How to Match Your Bottle of Wine with Food

By Vedat Onyol

You are expecting some guests for a formal dinner at home and you want to use the bottle of wine you kept in your kitchen cupboard for months. Special occasions or even an impromptu dinner date with friends needs a good bottle of wine.

Wine Tasting in Tuscany - The Rural Heart of Italy

By Cicilia Guasconi

Tuscany is a fabulous vacation destination. Its one of the most beautiful regions in the world that?s rich in culture, sightseeing wonders, lavish architectures, scrumptious regional delicacies, and of course, their world-famous wines!

The Beer And Food Lifestyle, Why Is America So Different?

By Vedat Onyol

If you have ever spent any significant time in other countries like Europe or South America you will have discovered a much different lifestyle to that in much of North America.

Discover the many Flavors of Microbreweries and love their unique tasting beer

By Eduardo de la Garza

There are now microbreweries that offer microbrewed beers that give a more distinct and unique flavor. These microbreweries have changed the drinking preference of many who have long been beer lovers as part of their lifestyle.

Prepare Your Own Italian Espresso Coffee

By James Carter

Italian espresso coffee is one of the most popular coffee in the world. If you are an espresso lover, I think Italian espresso may be your first choice and part of your everyday life.

La Cave – The Pioneer for Wine Bar Concept in Las Vegas

By Max Jacobson

When I first moved to Vegas at the end of 1999, one of the hottest properties was The Wine Cellar at the Rio, run by the autocratic and incorrigible Master Sommelier Barry Larvin, now back in London.

How to pair your wine with chocolates

By Chin Kim

Just like wine and cheese, you can pair your chocolates with wines. There is always a bottle of best wine perfect for a chocolate bar. Both wine and chocolates have the rich flavors and complex taste that when matched...

Wine: Having Expensive Tastes Doesn’t Mean Having to Break a Budget

By Ashley Edwards

Wine is a consistently growing industry that has always been popular worldwide, but has gained quite the popularity in the United States in recent decades.

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