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Green tea matcha donuts

Delicious matcha green tea donuts

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So I was on surfing Youtube, looking for green tea recipes and I found this. I love donuts and I love Matcha tea too. This recipe looks really easy and I think it’s worth trying it. I am not the best baker in the world but never hurts to try. So I think that for … Read More

Yogi Kava Stress Relief tea

Yogi Kava Stress Relief Tea review

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 As all devoted tea drinkers I swear by loose tea. I believe that using  loose tea leaves has a ton more advantages that using tea bags. However, I still buy tea bags because I have to admit they are so convenient and my hectic schedule often doesn’t allow me to invest  much time in preparing … Read More

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Chemistry In Tea – What makes tea healthy?

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Tea is the second most popular drink in the world but aside from it being a refreshing and flavorful drink it has a myriad of health benefits to offer which are attributed to the vitamins and minerals found in its leaves. So which are the substances inherent to tea that make it so delicious and … Read More

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How to make tea – 5 awesome Tips!

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I love tea! I have tea every day but it wasn’t until recently that I learned how to make tea correctly. Before I would either brew my tea for too long, or I wouldn’t use the right amount of tea leaves and as a result, my tea would taste weak or bitter and simply not … Read More

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DIY awesome green tea face toner

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Do you have oily skin? Visible pores? Acne? Don’t worry, green tea can put a smile on your face since it’s not just beneficial for your health in general but your skin only!  It is loaded in antioxidants and has anti-inflammatory properties. Drinking green tea can help balance hormones but applying it to the skin … Read More

four different types of tea in teabags

What are the main types of tea?

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As mentioned in a previous post all kinds of tea come from the same plant “camellia sinensis”. There are four main types of tea. Wether you drink black, green, white or oolong tea depends on the process the leaves have undergone. So what is the difference between every kind of tea and what makes each … Read More

Field of tea

What is tea?

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So what is tea and where does it come from? Tea originated in China as a medicinal drink. All tea comes from an evergreen shrub called “camellia sinensis” . If you are drinking something that did not come from this plant (chamomile, mint, rooibos, etc) it is not tea. There are five basic types of … Read More

Ice tea ice cubes

Iced tea cubes for less watery iced tea

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There is nothing better than a tall glass of iced tea in a hot summer day. It is tasty, refreshing and rejuvenating and can be enjoyed in so many different flavors and any time of the day. So we all enjoy our iced tea but we there is something annoying about it. It eventually waters … Read More