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The Complete Idiot's Guide to Starting And Running A Coffeebar by Susan Gilbert, W. Eric Martin, Linda Formichelli

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Chapter 14
Tea for Two—or Two Hundred
In This Chapter
  • ◆Eye-opening tales of tea history
  • ◆How to make green tea black
  • ◆Which form of tea for thee?
  • ◆Brewing and serving
 
Let’s take a break from our immersion in all things coffee and spend a few pages talking about the world’s other favorite hot drink: tea. Not everyone who walks into your store will be a coffee fan, after all, so to keep all your visitors happy, you’ll want a variety of drinks on hand.
An obvious choice for a coffee alternative, tea can be served both hot and cold, its preparation requires many of the same items as coffee (clean filtered water, insulated cups, sugar, milk), and it’s best taken with a side order of cookies or biscuits, thus boosting food sales at the same time!

Tales of ...

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