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Should we enforce the correct use of the [espresso] and other coffee machine tags more strictly?

Wikipedia's page on espresso defines espresso as: a coffee-brewing method of Italian origin, in which a small amount of nearly boiling water (about 90 °C or 190 °F) is forced under 9–10 bars (900–1,...
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Should we remove recommendation tag?

Today, I realized that a "recommendation" tag exists. As the tag itself suggests "opinion-based question", should we discourage its use?
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Are these two tags the same: equipment & coffee-machines?

I'm thinking on these two tags, equipment and coffee-machines for a while. Are these two the same thing? If not, what's the difference? coffee-machines: This sounds like an automated machine used to ...
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Where's The Tag Wiki for Flavor?

I recently got 2 rep for having an approved edit on the "flavor" badge as shown here: +10 Are there any disadvantages to shade grown coffee? +10 How hot should the water be for instant coffee? +2 ...
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Can tags contain the word 'coffee'?

This was inspired by a few recent posts. Currently we have a couple of tags: ground-coffee and flavored-coffee that contain the word. While the second could lose it easily enough (maybe flavorings ...
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Rename [kopiluwak] and [weaselcoffee] to hyphenate their names

We have two mainsite tags thanks to this question on kopi luwak: kopiluwak and weaselcoffee Tag convention is to hyphenate spaces in a name, not skip them, so these tags should be: kopi-luwak and ...
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Should we describe the process of brewing a single cup via pouring water over ground coffee as pour-over-coffee or drip-coffee?

While answering a few of EdChum's questions I discovered that what I/we in the USA call pour over coffee is referred to as drip coffee in the UK. I added the pour-over tag to both questions I ...