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Book Review: Coffee Drinks

Coffee Drinks explores the barista “signature drinks” - the espresso-based creations developed in barista competitions and championships across the nation. Culinary-inspired hot drinks, iced drinks and drinks with alcohol will showcase readers with coffee’s aesthetic possibilities, such as: PBJ - a shot of espresso stirred with hazelnut butter and a side of grape gelee, all washed down with cold, frothed milk; Three Ingredients on the Verge - a stimulating espresso freezer of coffee, chocolate and mint; and Ginger Heat - an exotic combination of espresso and tequila with aromatics, sweet spices and freshly whipped cream.

Ten Speed Press, P.O. Box 7123, Berkeley, California 94707. Tel: +1 510 559-1600, Fax: +1 510 524-4588, Web: www.tenspeed.com.

Teastick Gems from Gamila Products and Eastmen Chemical Co.

Eastman Chemical Company and its customer Gamila Products, a retail brand of Gamil Design based in Raleigh, N.C., has introduced a new collection of tea and herbal infusers named The Teastick Gems. The product line is made with Eastman Tritan, a new-generation copolyester that balances the properties of easy processing, clarity, dishwasher durability, toughness and heat and chemical resistance.

The Teastick Gems, a new three-in-one loose tea infuser, scoop and measuring device, provide optimum flow for perfect steeping right in the cup.

Gamila Products chose Eastman Tritan for its toughness and because it offered an alternative to bisphenol-A. Additionally, its design team valued the suppleness and innovative properties of the new copolyester. The high-temperature capabilities of Eastman Tritan offer ease of processing as the material can sustain the fluid and simple form of the product, which negates its complex manufacturing process. The Teastick Gems are produced by injection molding Tritan over extra fine stainless steel mesh, encapsulating the mesh without the use of any adhesives.

Gamila Company, 323 W Martin St, Space #140, Raleigh North Carolina 27601. Tel: +1 919 834-0079, Web: www.teastickgems.com.

Explorer’s Bounty New Line of Organic Teas

Available in seven maté-based varieties and made with only FDA-approved ingredients, Explorer’s Bounty Expedition Tribal Teas are the first USDA organic and Fair Trade certified tea blends. Flavors include Green Tea & Maté and Chamomile & Maté; Orange & Maté, Peppermint & Maté and Argentinean & Maté; Hibiscus & Maté; and Cinnamon and Maté.

Artisan hand-selected and boxed in 100% recyclable packaging, these premium tea blends adhere to the Explorer’s Bounty mission of uncovering earth-friendly products that help preserve the environment.

Explorer’s Bounty, 8390 NW 53rd St, Suite 312, Miami, Florida 33166. Tel: +1 305 455-2141, Email: Nigel.and.mortimer@explorersbounty.com, Web: www.explorersbounty.com.

Feng Shui Coffees - Herbal Benefits

Feng Shui Coffee Company, a brand of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania-based Hometown Coffee Company, uses ancient Chinese principles of Feng Shui to blend 100% organic Arabica coffee with natural medicinal herbs and minerals to create seven functional coffees featuring a variety of properties known for maintaining health and wellness. The blends include Metabolism, Energy, Immunity, Clarity, Soothing and Calm.

Natural ingredients in Feng Shui Coffee, such as green tea, gingko and ginseng have long been known for their health benefits that include high antioxidant contents and mind/body performance enhancements among others.

Hometown Coffee Company/Feng Shui Coffee, 130 Southpointe Drive, Bridgeville, Pennsylvania 15017. Tel: +1 412-221-7200, Web: www.fengshuicoffee.net.


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