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Definitions for Different Types of Wine There's more to know about wine than whether it's red or white. Learn about the different types of wines with this educational guide to wine varietals. > For more definitions, check out GAYOT's Wine Glossary. Red...
Green tea is the second most popular beverage in the world, after water. That's not surprising in countries like the UK and China where drinking tea is a daily ritual. But in the United States, tea consumption is hardly as...
Long distance relationships often result in disastrous endings, but every now and again the world is treated with the exception that proves the disheartening rule — a rare glimpse into what glorious achievements can be born from “Love, Obsession...
Strange & Delicious Beers You Haven't Tried Yet Up until the latter part of the 20th century, brewers followed the rules and adhered to traditional beer styles. It was considered taboo to brew with anything other than water, hops, malt...
Easy Halloween-Themed Drinks & Cocktails Forget those sickly-sweet kiddie drinks with candy corn, marshmallow ghosts and chocolate dripping all over the place. These hauntingly good cocktail recipes are decidedly more sophisticated with flavors of the fall season (including pumpkin), yet they're...
Kitchen Must-Haves for Tea Lovers Just because coffee gets all the hype doesn't mean tea drinking can't be just as stimulating (and good for you). From special mugs to tea blends and serving sets, GAYOT's curated selection of tea products...
Many Americans are putting down the double-espresso mocha latte and exploring the extraordinary world of tea. Asian cultures realized its value centuries ago, and U.S. consumers are finally catching on. Tea is being rediscovered as the miracle drink that...
Herbal infusions are not tea. Herbal infusions are made from other plants, such as mint, linden or chamomile. These are often mistakenly referred to as "herbal teas." In Europe they are more correctly known as "infusions" or "tisanes". We urge...
Everyone has a different perspective on tea and water temperature. The Taiwanese use boiling water on their Oolongs, the British swear by boiling water on their black teas, and the Japanese use barely warm water to brew their finest...
As an antidote to morning drowsiness and afternoon doldrums, coffee has long been king in America. Over half of all Americans drink coffee daily, turning to the ebony brew for a reliable caffeine punch that's anything but subtle.  This stimulant jolt may...