Physical effects of drinking teaRead more
Many people enjoy tea for the taste or the benefits of the caffeine content present in the beverage; however, there is so much more that brings people into the wonderful world of tea.
Why tea addicts go crazy for Pu’er teaRead more
Why is everyone talking about Pu’er tea? Find out what makes this tea so unique. Is it just the weight loss benefits of Pu’er, or is there more?
We now have two teas.Read more
After 5 years of carrying only one tea, we have brought our second baby onboard and are thrilled to share it with you. Our Pu’er black tea is sweet, very aromatic, and…. read more in the post 🙂
Guide to tasting teaRead more
Find out what is most important when tasting your next tea. You don’t have to be a sommelier to have that special nose for tasting. Learn below on how you can become a better taster when trying your teas or when sampling one to buy.
Caffeine and TeaRead more
Caffeine and coffee are almost synonymous, but with tea there is so much more.
How to make cold brewRead more
As the heat sets in or our cravings need a quencher, we reach for that cold beverage. Why not let it be tea? Find out a super simple way of making cold-brewed tea.
Using tea to practice mindfulnessRead more
Tea is a wonderful beverage, but it is an even more wonderful tool. We can incorporate tea into our daily lives to practice silence and mindfulness.
Using Pu’er tea for healthRead more
In Traditional Chinese Medicine, tea is a prescribed herb given to help or heal a wide variety of ailments. As we understand our teas more and more, we will know which one to reach for, and when.
Coffee versus tea: Can’t we all just get along?Read more
Coffee has had its time, and now its Teas’ turn. Or can they live together in harmony? Let’s find out how they both have a place for us in modern times and in our daily lives.
3 steps to introducing tea to non-tea-drinkersRead more
We all have friends who are “not big on tea.” Below is a super easy way to introduce tea to those who either don’t drink it at all, or who have not yet experienced great loose leaf teas.