The Simplest Health Habit You Should Start Today | CBN.com (beta)

By Lorie Johnson | December 11, 2015 Not many substances are as widely studied as tea. Now, the verdict is in. The bottom line: if you’re not drinking tea on a regular basis, it might be a habit worth starting. That’s because when it comes to your health, tea packs a powerful punch. Combined studies examining literally hundreds of thousands of tea drinkers led a vast array of scientists to conclude that a consistent dose of tea is  good for the body. Most of the research was …

12 most annoying things customers do when ordering coffee

… machine.” What’s even worse than blabbing on the phone? “I get the ‘one-minute’ finger wagged in my face,” says JT. “I’m like, there’s a line and I don’t have a minute!” 2. Not being ready to pay “It’s amazing to me how many people will get to the front of a long line and still not have their order ready and forget about having their wallet ready,” says one barista who asked to be called Java*. “This …

Paramount Coffee Project Brings Flat Whites and Vegemite Dust to Fairfax Avenue 

… Australia’s coffee culture prizes not only good food and drink, but also attentive customer service and spaces conducive to socializing. Paramount Coffee Project, which made its stateside debut last month, is aiming to bring a bit of that scene to Fairfax Avenue. “For me, going out and getting in line for a cup of coffee is very foreign because I wouldn’t get back in line to have that second coffee. [Australians] are all about having a cup of coffee, sitting down, and showing …

Kombucha makers want new alcohol test for the fermented tea | Fox News

… threshold that triggers the law — 0.5 percent — is too low to intoxicate people, pointing out that many fruits naturally ferment on shelves to about the same level. But federal authorities over the years have sent kombucha makers letters threatening fines when tests indicate that kombucha on store shelves is too alcoholic. Kombucha tea naturally walks the line of what federal authorities consider an alcoholic beverage. Yeast and sugars in the tea create both the desired bacteria and …