Dennis M. Reed "Califa" - Cooking - Tea and Coffee Overview
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I have been interested in and enjoyed drinking tea and coffee for more than
50 years. I have always enjoyed both and I am especially
fond of coffee flavored desserts.
For a few years, I was heavily into home coffee roasting and grinding and bought a lot of
coffee and tea making equipment.
For a while, after the home roasting interest waned, my favorite coffee maker was the Krups Moka
which is a "semi-espresso" machine.
Beginning in May 2010, I started using a Tassimo machine and I basically use it all
the time now because I can make a single cup of coffee, tea or hot chocolate at a time.
In December 2010, I got a Keurig machine and, although I like it
a lot, my preference is still the Tassimo (details regarding the
differences and on the Tea & Coffee Equipment page.
I have been interested in the amounts of caffeine in tea and coffee and
http://www.mayoclinic.com/health/caffeine/AN01211 (link may be broken)
provides information regarding the caffeine content in coffees, teas, sodas, and other foods.