Apr 212017
 

If you are a heavy coffee drinker and one day decide to cut back and stop drinking coffee entirely, chances are you’ll experience some pretty bad headaches. In this video, the folks from SciShow tell you exactly why this is happening.

I normally drink about ten cups of coffee per day but today I decided to cut back and haven’t had any caffeine but now my head hurts and I don’t know why do YOU know why!?

 
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Coffee Vs. Tea

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Sep 192016
 

Caffeine has some interesting effects on your brain, but that doesn’t mean it doesn’t have some health benefits, too. Here’s how our two favorite caffeinated beverages affect your health.

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The Perfect Temperatures For Beverages

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Jun 142016
 

The perfect temperatures for beer, wine and beverages.

For many people, an ice-cold beer or glass of wine is the perfect accompaniment to a hot summer’s day. But while extremely chilled beverages might provide refreshment, they often don’t really provide much taste. This is because very low temperatures can actually stop your tongue working properly, diminishing the drink’s flavour. In fact, many people suspect that the very biggest brewers encourage you to drink their beers at extremely low temperatures because they don’t want you to taste it properly.

If you’d rather enjoy your beer or wine as the brewer or winemaker intended, our guide to the perfect temperatures for beers and beverages is just what you need. Teetotal? Not to worry, our guide also covers tea and coffee!

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Coffee Chemistry!

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Apr 162016
 

The chemistry of perfect coffee.

Enjoy!

It’s one of the most popular beverages in the world, and many of us rely on it to stay awake every day. But not every cup of coffee is created equal. From the bean to the brew, science can help you get the perfect cup. This week, Reactions goes on a quest for better coffee through chemistry.