Coffee, Tea, Good vibes

Two Ordinary People Going On An Extraordinary Adventure

There you are, once again, going to pick out your usual coffee or tea product. As you reach down to grasp it, or maybe click that re-order button, you notice something out of your peripheral. Sitting there, staring you in the face, yet another new coffee or tea product. Now as you stand or sit there, stumped, you are deciding whether you should go with your old product, which you have done a million times, or go out on a limb and spice things up a little. You’ve secretly wanted to do this forever. Fear not, we’ve all been in this situation before and we’re here to help. We are going on an adventure to try all products, all recipes, all things coffee and tea and we want you to join us! Don’t let fear make you miss out on the extraordinary things in life.

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Arabica coffee

Originally indigenous to the forests of the southwestern highlands of Ethiopia. The plant this coffee is made from is called the rubiaceae plant. This coffee bean tends to be higher quality than it’s other counterparts. With more aroma, greater flavor, and is often industries’ first choice. 

colombian coffee

Colombia has perfect geography for growing coffee due to their rich volcanic soil and predominantly shade grown cultivation. This coffee is known for having rich and mild flavors. Each coffee bean in Colombia is picked by hand.


Robusta is the second most popular coffee in the world and contains more caffeine(2.2%) than arabica(1.2%). Robusta grows at a low altitude and around 30% of all coffee produced is robusta . Robusta has a stronger, harsher, and more bitter taste. 

Herbal tea

Herbal Teas have been around for centuries. Herbal teas are made from dried fruits, flowers, spices or herbs. Antioxidants and vitamins found in herbal teas are great for helping fight disease and infections.

Green tea

A type of tea made from camellia sinensis leaves and buds. It originated around 2737 BC in China. Green tea is a lower in caffeine tea with about 15-25 milligrams per gram of tea. Adding green tea to your diet can reduce risk of a stroke. 

White Tea

Also a tea made from the camelia sinensis plant. It is very rich in antioxidants. It is thought to help reduce risk of heart disease, fight skin aging, and aid in weight loss. It is known as one of the most delicate tea varieties because it is so minimally processed.

coffee, Tea, Good vibes

Why pick one when you can have both? Tea and coffee are some of the most enjoyed beverages around the world with not only a great taste but also great health benefits. Pick up a cup and fill it up.