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Kenyan tea worker

10+ Interesting Facts about Kenyan Tea

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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

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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

Almond matcha biscotti

5 Amazing Tea Infused Biscotti Recipes for your Cup of Tea

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There are tons of desserts that I love to accompany my tea with but one that really makes my tea drinking even more enjoyable is biscotti. Biscotti are Italian almond cookies that are traditionally dipped in dessert wine. They are twice baked, which makes them hard, dry and crunchy but at the same time, sweet … Read More

Fennel and cardamom tea

Fennel and cardamom tea to warm up and keep healthy

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A cup of warm herbal tea makes the perfect candidate for cold winter days. There are tons of herbal teas that are equally healthy and delicious but one tea you should have regularly have is fennel tea. Fennel seeds have been used for thousands of years in traditional Chinese, Indian and Western medicines not only … Read More

Pu-erh tea

Pu-erh tea: What is it, how is it produced and how to drink it

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While aged wine and food is something that has been trusted, loved and highly paid for for many centuries now, aged tea is something unheard of for many people. However, aging tea has been a method performed for thousands of years in China and something that many tea drinkers devote to and adore. This type … Read More

Pu-erh tea in a cup

National Hot Tea Month: 8 Teas to Try in January

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I don’t know if you knew but, January is national hot tea month! There couldn’t be a better time of the year to celebrate all the virtues of drinking tea, from its wonderful taste to its powerful health benefits. This is the time of the year for new beginnings, for setting new goals, for bettering … Read More

Green tea honey saffron poached pears

Green Tea Honey Saffron Poached Pears On Skyr: Plain Delicious

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image & recipe: whatsforlunchhoney Most people think of tea as a comforting beverage to have during cold days and nights to alleviate symptoms of colds and treat sore throats. But your favorite tea leaves have much more to offer than that. One of the smartest ways to use tea is in your cooking. Cooking with tea … Read More

herbal tea with leaves

8 Herbal Teas to Keep You Healthy This Winter

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We would all agree that winter is one of the most beautiful times of the year. A cozy season, full of gatherings with friends and family, relaxing in front of fireplaces with warm beverages, lots of eggnog, mint chocolates, food and snow.. What is not to love about it? Of course just like every good … Read More

Chai spice mix homemade

DIY Chai Spice Mix for The Best Homemade Chai Latte Ever!

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A rainy, dark day calls for a quick visit at Starbucks for a big cup of fragrant chai latte to energize us and relax us at the same time. What’s not to love about this amazing, exotic beverage? Sweet, aromatic and slightly spicy it offers the right amount of caffeine and combination of spices to … Read More

Lavender tea with lemon

6 Remarkable Health Benefits of Lavender Tea

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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