Tag: tea

Now we're getting deeper into winter, it's officially the season to sit back, relax and savour those cosy nights at home by the fire, mug in hand. Herbal teas ...

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According to The Grocer, 82% of Brits will drink at least one cup of tea each day, whilst 46% of coffee drinkers find it difficult to start the day without ...

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Whether you drink it as your traditional morning pick-me-up, your afternoon brew with your favourite biscuit , or your evening de-stress and wind-down -good ...

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Tea. Something we Brits turn to in any and every situation. However, tea just might be the answer to more questions that you’d expect! Intrigued? Read on for ...

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Tea (or the great English 'cuppa') has obviously become a staple of our country’s tastes and habits and is here to stay. But if you're not really into it like ...

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Rosehip - sounds beautiful, doesn’t it, but what actually is it? Rosehip tea is derived from the dried fruits and buds of the rose flower that develop after ...

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Ginger tea - tasty all year round. But when is it particularly handy? Right now! Not only great for your digestive health, ginger tea can also be used to ...

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White tea - what is it? It might sound like a milky cup of English Breakfast, but White Tea is actually a particular strain of green tea made from the Camellia ...

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You may be wondering - gunpowder tea, really? Well, gunpowder tea is a strain of Chinese green tea which literally translates as “pearl tea” in English. It ...

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The natural flavour of peppermint (or ‘mentha piperita’ in its Latin form) is a combination of spearmint and watermint, and is one of Earth’s oldest herbs, ...

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Oolong (in Chinese: 烏龍) tea originally came from the Chinese name (烏龍茶) which means "black dragon tea" and is a traditional Chinese tea (from the Camellia ...

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Lemon Verbena (Aloysia citriodora or Lippia citriodora) is a tropical perennial plant from the Verbenaceae family originating from South America (Chile and ...

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Nowadays we know everything about green, white, black and red tea but what about blue tea? No, it's not a tea simply mixed with some “E” food colouring! Blue ...

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Rooibos tea, (pronounced "ROY-boss") has gained global popularity in recent years. You’ve likely seen it on your local grocery store’s shelves marked as Red ...

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“In search of excellence with a twist of fate” is how the founders of Green Tea Artisan describe their journey in locating premium teas from various regions ...

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