A financial expert and a professional engineer have teamed up to launch Your Coffee & Tea Essentials. A website that covers all things coffee and tea, including the history of these beverages and how to make them at home, from the unique perspective of an engineer and a financial expert!
“According to the National Coffee Association (NCA), coffee is the beverage of choice for 66% of Americans, while 56% of coffee drinkers buy coffee away from home up to 3 times per week,” says Nick.
“At current prices, many coffee drinkers can spend close to $1,000 a year on coffee alone, and this number can double when considering the coffee drinking habits of the whole family. We would like to help people realize that they can save a lot of money while improving the quality of their coffee by making their own coffee at home. Helping people come to such realizations is what our site is all about.” Nick continues.
“Buying coffee or tea in stores every day also has a great impact on the environment,” adds Felipe. “Through our website, we also try to raise awareness about the environmental impacts of the coffee and tea industries, and how the consumer can help minimize these impacts.”
The team at Coffee & Tea Essentials wants to draw attention to the fact that it’s okay to spend money on proper coffee or tea equipment, because even expensive espresso machines can pay for themselves in 1-2 years, compared to buying coffee every day. the days. This also helps keep those pesky single-use cups out of landfills.
“We purchase coffee and tea equipment using our own means to test it, to ensure that the information we provide to our readers is as accurate as possible and based on actual experience,” says Nick.
When it comes to tea, the Coffee & Tea Essentials team points out that quality tea-related items are lacking. Some of these are not always accurate, may exaggerate the benefits of drinking various herbal teas and infusions, and at worst may recommend products that may be harmful to your health.
For example, coffee gets a bad rap for being acidic, but it’s shocking to learn that some bottled teas can be 1,000 times more acidic than coffee!
“I am not a nutritionist, but I am a technical person, and through my 10-year engineering career I have learned to refer to the scientific literature when I make any statement,” says Felipe.
“In researching the content, I have realized that you have to be careful about what you say online. I’ve come across a lot of egregious claims online, and I’m on something of a crusade to put an end to that. Our goal is for our site to be a trusted source of information when it comes to content related to health, and anything other than coffee and tea.”
The Your Coffee & Tea team invites people to explore the website. Both coffee and tea drinkers will find that this website will provide a wealth of information that will help improve the quality of these popular beverages while keeping the cost down and being kind to the planet.
– Your Coffee and Tea Essentials
Company Name: Your Coffee and Tea Essentials
Contact person: Nick Habre
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