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order a Dirty Chai Latte which includes a shot of espresso (or two) which makes for an interesting robust mixture of coffee and tea with milk. Matcha Green Tea gained popularity for a sustained


energy boost, loads of antioxidants, and thanks to an amino acid called L-Theanine, an increased metabolism, and a caffeine hit without the jittery after-effect. All this means is that there’s a Matcha movement happening particularly with the millennial generation. So, what is special about this green tea? Matcha is


a finely ground powder made from green tea leaves which is traditionally hand-picked and stone-ground into a dust. This process preserves both the color and nutritional qualities of the tea which is then mixed into a hot or iced Latte at Front Porch Coffeehouse. Matcha also is complimented with a splash of peppermint for an interesting beverage experience and can also be combined with Honey for a gentle spa-like beverage experience. H


When it comes to coffee, fifty-seven percent of Americans over age 18 drink coffee on a given day...more than one half of the American population drinks tea


chicory for a kick of spice and sweetened condensed milk or dulce de leche with a splash of half-and-half. And for summer, coconut syrup makes a refreshing summer iced coffee beverage.


DARK, MEDIUM VERSUS LIGHT COFFEE ROASTS So, which roast do you assume has more caffeine punch? Answer: Light Roast. The more you roast the coffee, the less caffeine. So, if you want more kick, order a Lighter Roast Coffee of the Day.


THE MATCHA AND CHAI CULTURE – WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT THE TEA WORLD


When it comes to coffee, fifty-seven percent of Americans over age 18 drink coffee on a given day, and a quarter of adults say they are addicted to the beverage. On any given day, more than one half of the American population drinks tea. On a regional basis, the South and Northeast have the greatest concentration of tea drinkers….80% is iced tea. Tea is nearly 5,000 years old when it was discovered in 2737 BC by the Chinese Emperor Shen-Nung. If coffee is not your “cup of tea,” Front Porch Coffeehouse offers a wide variety of hot & iced specialty teas including Chai & Matcha Green as well as ice teas infused with mango or raspberry. All of Front Porch Coffeehouse teas are from Mighty Leaf Tea, a subsidiary of Peet’s. Mighty Leaf Tea makes artisanal teas and creative blends in a compostable mesh pouch. With a proprietary handcrafted manufacturing process and distinctive packaging, Mighty Leaf Tea offers among a range of blends several organic varieties. In many languages, CHAI is the word for tea. In the U.S.,


it is a spicy blend of black teas and chai spices… cinnamon, ginger, cardamom, cloves and peppercorns. CHAI tea is most popular now as a Latte which includes the steamed milk like an espresso Latte. And for the Espresso drinker, you can also


The House & Home Magazine


Front Porch Coffeehouse is located at 139 S. Main Street in Kilmarnock and is open Monday – Saturday from 6:30 am to 6:00 pm and late evenings beginning Memorial Day Weekend through Labor Day.


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