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"hmm" That very familiar sound brought on by the first sip of a decent cup of Tea or Coffee.
In itself, a cup of tea or coffee, can also be called a dessert. On its own or after a fine meal or a dessert, a cup, or even a mug of tea or coffee adds that final satisfying touch.

The history of Tea is colourful, international and amazing and its development is not only continuous but branches out to many surprising areas. Want some history ? Click here Tea History

Coffee is the world's most popular beverage after water, with over 400 billion cups consumed annually. The coffee bean comes from an evergreen tree grown in a narrow subtropical belt around the world. The three major growing regions are: Latin America and the Caribbean Islands , Africa and the Arabian Peninsula, and Indonesia . Fancy some history ? Coffee History

Coffee is not just a drink in itself but also an important ingredient in some fantastic desserts too. You will find some great recipes as well as some great roasts to try.
The same goes for Tea which can surprise a few people. As well as the many fine blends available, tea can also be used as a dessert recipe ingredient

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Coffee Frost
1 cup freshly brewed coffee
1/3 cup sugar
1/3 cup brown sugar
Dissolve all sugar in the coffee and cool. Pour into a metal tray   or bowl and freeze until almost hard. Beat well, and freeze again to sherbet consistency. Turn into sherbet glasses, and top with whipped cream. Serves 4.
Green Tea Chocolate Cake Recipe
4 eggs
1 3/4 cup flour     1 1/2 cup sugar
3/4 cup butter
2 tbsps Green tea powder
1 tbsp chocolate chips
Put butter in a bowl and stir well until soften. Add sugar in the bowl and mix well. Whisk eggs in another bowl. Mix eggs and butter mixture together. Shift flour and green tea powder together. Add flour in the egg and butter mixture and mix. Add chocolate chips in the bowl and mix together. Spread some batter and place baking wax paper inside of a medium loaf pan. Bake in preheated 360F oven for 35 minutes. Serves 4
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