Learn More About Blooming Tea | Flowering Tea

Tea-drinking shouldn’t just be a hobby, but an experience. Rituals like the world-famous Japanese tea ceremony prove that tea-drinking can be elevated to an art form. If you’ve set aside time to have a little tea party or tea appreciation session with your friends and family, a pot of blooming tea (also called flowering tea)[…]

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3 Reasons to Drink Rooibos Tea

Red, or rooibos, tea is perhaps the most overlooked of all teas. It has been a staple of South African culture for centuries, but has only recently begun to take off in Western countries. If your loose leaf tea chest doesn’t have a single rooibos tea blend in it, you really are missing out. It[…]

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Breville Tea Maker On Sale

Updated: 7/29/14 If you are looking for a deal on the Breville Tea Maker (aka the Breville One-Touch Tea Maker BTM800XL), I had found a few on Amazon with prices under $200, but unfortunately they have sold out.  They are selling right now on Amazon for roughly $220 with free shipping.  They do not get much cheaper[…]

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Chocolate Loose Leaf Tea: A New Decadence

Some of the most superb chocolates in the world come from Europe. Today, rich truffles and chocolate flavors may be found in an unlikely place – your teacup. Naturally flavored chocolate teas have become a rage throughout the world. If you’re looking for a guilt-free indulgence, chocolate tea may be what you’ve been searching for.[…]

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7 Interesting Tea Facts for Tea Nerds

For all the tea lovers out there, here’s 7 interesting tea facts I came across tonight that you can stash away in your brains as useless tea trivia: 1. Turkey is the largest consumer per capita of tea in the world followed by Ireland, according to recent statistics. Each country surprisingly beat out the United[…]

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Top 3 Misleading Tea Songs Of All Time

I’ve been tricked too many times by misleading tea songs that sounded like they were about tea, but ended up having nothing to do with tea at all. Well, it’s time someone spoke up. Here’s the top 3 misleading tea songs of all time: 1. Dem Franchize Boys: In my white tee For all those[…]

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My Review of Blueberry Merlot by Tea Forte

So I have to admit that I don’t just drink true teas, but I also dabble in herbal teas. Lately, I’ve been sipping on Blueberry Merlot by Tea Forte, which tastes great if you’re a fan of fruity flavors. I wouldn’t say the blueberry flavor overpowers the drink since there are other flavors that are[…]

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My Review of Uji-Shimizu Matcha Sticks from Ippodo Tea Co.

I recently received my first canister of Uji-Shimizu Sticks from Ippodo Tea Co. The company is from Japan and has just opened their first tea store internationally in New York City. My Review of Ippodo’s Uji-Shimizu Sticks: I have to say I am impressed with the taste, look, and convenience of this tea. Uji-Shimizu is strictly a creation[…]

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Loose Tea Chest: Is it time to step up your game?

Have you heard of a loose tea chest?  A loose tea chest gives added protection and decoration to storing your loose leaf teas.  While loose tea should be stored in an airtight container, a tea chest allows you to store these containers/tins in a decorative box that will add some class to your tea drinking. […]

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