Coffee & Tea
At the afternoon card party or in the evening when good friends call, there is nothing quite so sure to please—as Coffee. It is a beverage that everyone likes. For there is warmth and good cheer as well as good fellowship in a cup of Coffee. Moreover, it may be served with equal propriety with the lowliest sandwich or the daintiest sweets. And it is always in good taste!
Why should quality in coffee be so frequently ruined in the pot, and how can this be changed so that it will be enjoyed at its very best? is a question that has just been answered by scientific trade research.
No product on the housewife's list is more vital and more necessary to understand correctly than coffee, and when Miss Johnson applied for information to the National Coffee Roasters' Association, a valuable opportunity was opened for both the coffee roaster and the housewife.
Paris is celebrated above all the capitals of Europe for its cafes, and the beverage which gives its name to these establishments seems to have been known earlier in France than in any other European country.
How to Brew Coffee and Keep All Its Flavor and Aroma
It has been said that half of the coffee drinking people in the world die without knowing the real taste of coffee. Whether this statement is true or not, it is a fact that a good cup of coffee is difficult to get.
What have been the underlying policies that explain the upbuilding of a business national in its scope and have made Seal Brand coffee a house hold word in so many homes throughout the land In a curious old advertising booklet issued by the firm in 1882
It is entirely accurate that the Chinese rarely make the two kinds of tea in one district, but this is more for the sake of convenience and from custom than for any other reason.
A MODERN TEA PACKING PLANT
A description of the new home of the Salada Tea Company at Boston.
In this unique building is to be found much of interest to packers
and distributers. ‘I Close attention has been given to improved tea
packing and handling methods; also unusual provision has been made
for the comfort of employees.
Some Unusually Interesting Facts and Pictures of the Coffee Roasting Plants in France to Supply the American Soldiers with their Needed Beverage
The whole story of coffee, from its earliest use to the present day, with no topic omitted that is pertinent to the subject, or that is useful to the grower, the importer, the roaster, the machinery manufacturer, the broker, the wholesale distributer, the retailer, or the ultimate consumer.
Even such grandly garbed dames and gentlemen will grow thirsty; and, so, what more appropriate than a reproduction of the coffee-house most frequented a hundred years before by the city's swells? In a quiet nook, among the trees and beside a leading highway through the zoo,
In brief, we have found that the quality of beverage coffee is more influenced by a certain few factors in its brewing than it is by the differences in flavor, aroma, and taste attributed to coffee from different climates, soils, or altitudes when these factors are neglected.
This letter on the old firm that supplied the tea that caused the basis for the famous Boston Tea Party has been received by the Daily News from Hiram K. Moderwell, dated London, Oct. 10.
The use of tea in America has grown with the population, so that in 1868 the importation reached nearly 38,000,000 pounds, and at present the people of the United States consume 100,000,000 pounds yearly.
Miss Margaret Irving has been tasting tea for the London firm for the last three or four years, and her efficiency in this direction is such that she now ranks with the most expert tea tasters of the metropolis.
The Prescott report demonstrates that the actual quality of coffee, the genuine flavor and full strength of any coffee, whatever the variety or the blend, or the name of the brand, or the price, is completely spoiled when the mixture of water and coffee is brought to the boiling point (212° Fahrenheit).
This group of leading trade-marked coffees illustrates the wide variance in styles of containers used by coffee roasters including White House, Arbuckles, Luzianne, Maxwell House, Folger's, Hills Bros., and Barrington Hall.