The tea latte, a latte with a tea base rather than espresso, is an emerging tea category that can offer cafés and coffeehouses a creative menu option to appeal to specialty tea fans looking for new and different tea beverages. By Maxwell C Pollock The latte is a menu must-have in cafés worldwide. Latte, shortened […]
Diversification helps farmers remain viable in the face of climate change, disease and infestation, and price fluctuations of the coffee market.
License agreements offer coffee and tea manufacturers opportunities to penetrate previously untapped markets, increase brand awareness as well as generate incremental revenue.
Younger generations – millennials – are looking for quality, value, authentic products, and transparency. Offering single origin tea options will be more important for attracting these audiences.
The African tea market is thriving with tea production expanding in East and Central Africa, and with consumption growing in the North and the West of the continent.
It may seem like an unnatural relationship, but as the artisanal aspects of coffee, tea and alcohol continue to evolve, so do the opportunities to bring the products together to create new items and incremental revenues.