Kenyan tea worker

10+ Interesting Facts about Kenyan Tea

Everyone raves about Chinese, Indian or Japanese tea and for no wonder. These countries have been producing tea for many centuries and have undoubtedly mastered the art of it. But tea is not only grown in these areas of the world. One of the biggest tea producing countries in the world -that you probably don’t … Read More

Jing Emperor Liu Qi

Oldest Tea in the World Was Discovered in Ancient Chinese Tomb

Tea is known to be one of the oldest beverages in the world. It has been consumed since ancient times for its medicinal properties and rejuvenating effects on the body and mind. But how old do you think some tea can actually be? Just when we thought that a 30 year old pu-erh is the … Read More

Lavender tea with lemon

6 Remarkable Health Benefits of Lavender Tea

Lavender is known for its pleasant aroma and bright purple flowers. It is widely used in cosmetics and fragrances and even in food but it also makes a wonderful cup of tea. Drinking lavender tea has a lot to offer not only in terms of flavor and fragrance but health properties as well! In this … Read More

Breakfast tea

Introduction to Breakfast Teas: English, Irish, Scottish Breakfast Tea

Breakfast teas are very popular blends found in most people’s pantries and served in restaurants worldwide. Created with black teas, mostly Assam, they are stronger than afternoon teas to accompany a hearty morning meal, like an English breakfast. Breakfast teas go well with milk and sugar and have higher caffeine levels. Although these tea blends … Read More

All You Need For A Marvelous Christmas Tea Party

Merry Christmas everyone! I hope this holiday is filled with joy and health for you! Speaking of joy there is nothing better that sharing your time during holidays with your loved ones with lots of good food and nice drinks. If you are planning on hosting a Christmas tea party these days then you need … Read More

Korea's expensive tea

This is Korea’s most expensive tea

Image credit: Tea at morning crane tea Even though not as big as other countries in Asia, Korea is also a tea-drinking county. Tea drinking in Korea most likely began during the Silla Dynasty (57 B.C.-A.D. 668) with a beverage made from tea seeds brought from China. Today there are plenty of tea plantations in … Read More