3 Secrets To Amazing Health With Tea...

May 21, 2014 by

    The great thing about tea research is that new things come along all the time. And, every great discovery or new suggestion seems to spawn at least two new studies to go along with it. The following 3 discoveries are worth a closer look for any tea lover that is interested in building their overall health by drinking tea. Adding tea to your regular daily routine can not only increase your health, it can hydrate and energize you.  Discovery #1: Herbal Tea And Colon Cancer A recent laboratory study researched the effects of hot coffee, black or green tea,herbal tea and iced coffee. The study found that people who regularly drink herbal teas (at least once a week) appear to be less likely to develop bowel and colon related cancers. This study...

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Smell the Goodness of Nilgiri Tea...

Oct 24, 2011 by

nbsp; The Blue Mountains. If you are unfamiliar with this geographical area, this is the mountain range that towers over the south of India. It is the same mountain range that brings us Nilgiri tea as well as many of the world’s other fine black teas. But let us take a look at Nilgiri tea in particular. What makes this tea special?  How does it taste?  And what does it taste good with? First and foremost, Nilgiri tea has one of the most extraordinary fragrances that your senses will ever have the pleasure of discovering. In fact, Nilgiri tea is often called “The Fragrant One.” Although it is often thought to come in third place to Darjeeling and Assam teas, it can be grown throughout the entire year unlike the other two. And, because...

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Yunnan tea: the most noble tea in the land...

Oct 3, 2011 by

    Are you looking for a very exquisite black tea with impeccable flavor?  Why not consider  what the Chinese deemed only good enough for their emperors and noblemen: Yunnan tea. Throughout the centuries, Yunnan tea has earned the reputation as being China’s “noble” tea. With its soft, lush leaves and subtle, yet rich, robust, and peppery taste, your customers will find Yunnan tea irresistible. One whiff of its smooth floral scent will enchant anyone in close proximity.  (this is my all time favorite tea!) Once brewed, Yunnan tea has a red-amber color. It makes a superb breakfast drink – perfect to serve with some tarts, biscotti, pancakes, or other sweet breakfast treats. Beginners can rest assured that that this tea is foolproof. Even if you happen to over-steep Yunnan tea, it will not...

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