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Sandra Fierling

Discover The Wonderful World Of Teas With Tea Of The Month

If you are a tea drinker or would like to become one or even just educate yourself, joining a Tea of the Month club is a great way to do this. You will find...

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Alex Zorach

Black Teas Similar To Darjeeling Tea - Other Himalayan Tea Growing

Darjeeling tea is one of the most well-known kinds of black tea in the world. This article explores some of the regions bordering Darjeeling, both within and...

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Alex Zorach

This article gives a brief overview of how to locate the best companies and brands from which to buy chamomile tea. The article explores the option of buying from tea companies vs. bulk herb

By: Alex Zorach l Food and Drink > Tea l Jun 15, 2012
Alex Zorach

Lapsang souchong is a type of Chinese black tea which is dried over pine fires, imparting a smoky aroma to the tea. This article explores several topics related to Lapsang souchong tea, including its

By: Alex Zorach l Food and Drink > Tea l Jun 13, 2012
Alex Zorach

Keemun is a popular type of Chinese black tea. This article gives an overview of the caffeine content of Keemun, its health benefits, and its other properties. Lastly, it points the reader in the

By: Alex Zorach l Food and Drink > Tea l Jun 12, 2012
Alex Zorach

Irish breakfast tea is a widespread style of strong black breakfast tea, popular both in Ireland and elsewhere. This article discusses the ingredients (types of tea) used to produce Irish breakfast

By: Alex Zorach l Food and Drink > Tea l Jun 12, 2012
Alex Zorach

Ceylon black tea refers to any black tea that is produced in Sri Lanka. Ceylon black tea is a staple of British tea culture, and is consumed both on its own and as a common ingredient in breakfast

By: Alex Zorach l Food and Drink > Tea l Jun 12, 2012
Alex Zorach

Yellow tea is a broad category of tea, usually considered a distinct category alongside black, green, white, oolong, and hei cha (dark teas like Pu-erh). This article gives an overview of yellow

By: Alex Zorach l Food and Drink > Tea l Jun 12, 2012
Matthew S Tallent

No doubt that tea had also conquered the modern world today. The concept of tea drinking started several thousand years ago in China when a few leaves of a Camellia plant accidentally fell into

By: Matthew S Tallent l Food and Drink > Tea l Jun 04, 2012
Susan B Lindsey

It is well known that tea, the beverage the comes from the camellia sinensis plant, contains caffeine. What is less well known is why tea has caffeine. This article explores the research into the

By: Susan B Lindsey l Food and Drink > Tea l May 26, 2012
Sagi Nadir

To answer this question we have to understand that like anything in life, too much of something, is not good. Green Tea is thought to be a healthy and beneficial hot beverage that can increase your

By: Sagi Nadir l Food and Drink > Tea l May 19, 2012
Patrick M Sahf

Hibiscus Tea studies show clear evidence it is good for lowing blood pressure and improving cholesterol levels. Based on these studies, the daily consumption of Hibiscus tea is natural way to improve

By: Patrick M Sahf l Food and Drink > Tea l May 19, 2012
Sandra Fierling

If you like making things yourself and are also interested in tea (or know people who are) then making a tea cozy is something easy and not very time consuming. Not only do you not need to splurge on

By: Sandra Fierling l Food and Drink > Tea l May 18, 2012

Tea has always played a crucial role in the mornings and evenings with or without refreshments. Green or black, milk or ginseng - tea has certain inherent qualities which can energize you quite

By: Neerja Mehta l Food and Drink > Tea l May 18, 2012
Sandra Fierling

Tea cozies surround your teapot and keep it nice and warm and the tea hot. Of course you can buy one, but crocheting a cozy is a lovely project and doesn't take a lot of time to do. There are many

By: Sandra Fierling l Food and Drink > Tea l May 15, 2012
Amber T Keiper

You don't have to be named Alice in order enjoy a nice tea party with friends. I recently hosted a nice Mother's Day tea party for those special ladies in my life. It was a beautiful day and the

By: Amber T Keiper l Food and Drink > Tea l May 15, 2012

Fruity green tea is the answer to many people's woes and a great drink that many of us could benefit from. Not sold on it yet?

By: Andrea S Watkins l Food and Drink > Tea l May 15, 2012

Many people are surprised to hear that green tea is grown in Australia. Australia isn't a traditional tea-producing country, although tea has been grown in North Queensland for several decades. Up

By: Angelina Yannuccelli l Food and Drink > Tea l May 13, 2012

The afternoon tea tradition lives on. It's even become hip again! But how does one choose where to indulge in it? Here are a few tips on where to find mouthwatering goodies in the UK.

By: Harvey McEwan l Food and Drink > Tea l May 11, 2012

Are you planning to head out for your regular trip to the grocery? If you are looking for a healthy and refreshing beverage that keeps you going through the day, keep tea on your to-buy list. There

By: Emily Harvey l Food and Drink > Tea l May 10, 2012
Alex Zorach

Silver needle white tea, or bai hao yinzhen, originated in China and is historically produced there, in Fujian province. This article explores teas produced in the style of silver needle white tea,

By: Alex Zorach l Food and Drink > Tea l May 10, 2012
Dmitry Fedosev

The use of herbal tea has become very common these days especially due to its ability to cure different health problems effectively. With this herbal formula, you will be able to deal with various

By: Dmitry Fedosev l Food and Drink > Tea l May 07, 2012
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Sandra Fierling

If you like making things yourself and are also interested in tea (or know people who are) then making a tea cozy is something easy and not very time consuming. Not only do you not need to splurge on

By: Sandra Fierling l Food and Drink > Tea l May 18, 2012 lViews: 368 lComments: 0
Sandra Fierling

Tea cozies surround your teapot and keep it nice and warm and the tea hot. Of course you can buy one, but crocheting a cozy is a lovely project and doesn't take a lot of time to do. There are many

By: Sandra Fierling l Food and Drink > Tea l May 15, 2012 lViews: 252 lComments: 0
Alex Zorach

This article gives a brief overview of how to locate the best companies and brands from which to buy chamomile tea. The article explores the option of buying from tea companies vs. bulk herb

By: Alex Zorach l Food and Drink > Tea l Jun 15, 2012 lViews: 135 lComments: 0
Alex Zorach

Darjeeling tea is one of the most well-known kinds of black tea in the world. This article explores some of the regions bordering Darjeeling, both within and outside of India. These regions include

By: Alex Zorach l Food and Drink > Tea l Apr 19, 2012 lViews: 93 lComments: 0
Alex Zorach

This article compares lemon balm and lemon verbena, two naturally lemon-scented herbs, for use in herbal tea. These two herbs are quite similar to each other, and their differences are subtle. The

By: Alex Zorach l Food and Drink > Tea l Apr 12, 2012 lViews: 93 lComments: 0
Patrick M Sahf

Hibiscus Tea studies show clear evidence it is good for lowing blood pressure and improving cholesterol levels. Based on these studies, the daily consumption of Hibiscus tea is natural way to improve

By: Patrick M Sahf l Food and Drink > Tea l May 19, 2012 lViews: 89 lComments: 0
Alex Zorach

Ceylon black tea refers to any black tea that is produced in Sri Lanka. Ceylon black tea is a staple of British tea culture, and is consumed both on its own and as a common ingredient in breakfast

By: Alex Zorach l Food and Drink > Tea l Jun 12, 2012 lViews: 85 lComments: 0
Alex Zorach

This article explores where to buy high-quality loose-leaf tea that is cheaper than Teavana. The article shares some of my personal favorite companies to buy tea from, and explores the strengths of

By: Alex Zorach l Food and Drink > Tea l Apr 24, 2012 lViews: 81 lComments: 0
Alex Zorach

Lapsang souchong is a type of Chinese black tea which is dried over pine fires, imparting a smoky aroma to the tea. This article explores several topics related to Lapsang souchong tea, including its

By: Alex Zorach l Food and Drink > Tea l Jun 13, 2012 lViews: 78 lComments: 0

It is now recognized, the ability of Pu-erh tea to give enlightenment, wisdom, soothe the soul and open the sacred knowledge. Recent research in the field of medicine confirm the ability of correctly

By: Neetu Suri l Food and Drink > Tea l Feb 22, 2012 lViews: 68 lComments: 0
Alex Zorach

Black tea naturally contains caffeine, and some people need to or choose to avoid caffeine for health, religious, or personal reasons. This article explores in depth two caffeine free herbal teas

By: Alex Zorach l Food and Drink > Tea l Apr 19, 2012 lViews: 67 lComments: 0
Alex Zorach

Irish breakfast tea is a widespread style of strong black breakfast tea, popular both in Ireland and elsewhere. This article discusses the ingredients (types of tea) used to produce Irish breakfast

By: Alex Zorach l Food and Drink > Tea l Jun 12, 2012 lViews: 64 lComments: 0
Alex Zorach

This article compares green tea extract, a common herbal supplement promoted for health purposes, to drinking actual green tea. The article concludes that drinking high-quality green tea is much

By: Alex Zorach l Food and Drink > Tea l Apr 24, 2012 lViews: 61 lComments: 0
Alex Zorach

This article aims to answer the question of what the best brands are from which to buy black tea, with a focus on loose-leaf tea. The article is written from a personal perspective, and offers my

By: Alex Zorach l Food and Drink > Tea l Apr 23, 2012 lViews: 61 lComments: 0
Alex Zorach

Keemun is a popular type of Chinese black tea. This article gives an overview of the caffeine content of Keemun, its health benefits, and its other properties. Lastly, it points the reader in the

By: Alex Zorach l Food and Drink > Tea l Jun 12, 2012 lViews: 61 lComments: 0
Sagi Nadir

To answer this question we have to understand that like anything in life, too much of something, is not good. Green Tea is thought to be a healthy and beneficial hot beverage that can increase your

By: Sagi Nadir l Food and Drink > Tea l May 19, 2012 lViews: 60 lComments: 0
Sandra Fierling

If you are a tea drinker or would like to become one or even just educate yourself, joining a Tea of the Month club is a great way to do this. You will find yourself being confronted with varieties

By: Sandra Fierling l Food and Drink > Tea l Feb 26, 2012 lViews: 59 lComments: 0

Da Hong Pao (big red robe) is a popular oolong tea from China. The origins of the tea, as well as some tea tasting tips and notes are presented in the article.

By: Richard Weremiuk l Food and Drink > Tea l Feb 23, 2012 lViews: 57 lComments: 0
Alex Zorach

Yellow tea is a broad category of tea, usually considered a distinct category alongside black, green, white, oolong, and hei cha (dark teas like Pu-erh). This article gives an overview of yellow

By: Alex Zorach l Food and Drink > Tea l Jun 12, 2012 lViews: 55 lComments: 0
Susan B Lindsey

It is well known that tea, the beverage the comes from the camellia sinensis plant, contains caffeine. What is less well known is why tea has caffeine. This article explores the research into the

By: Susan B Lindsey l Food and Drink > Tea l May 26, 2012 lViews: 55 lComments: 0
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The afternoon tea tradition lives on. It's even become hip again! But how does one choose where to indulge in it? Here are a few tips on where to find mouthwatering goodies in the UK.

By: Harvey McEwan l Food and Drink > Tea l May 11, 2012 lViews: 48 lComments: 0
J Peter Crane

Let me guess, are you sensitive to the stimulant caffeine? If you are, the answer to "Is green tea decaffeinated?" is No, not naturally. If you think the stimulant is bad for you, the answer is still

By: J Peter Crane l Food and Drink > Tea l Feb 22, 2012 lViews: 35 lComments: 0
Alex Zorach

Darjeeling tea is one of the most well-known kinds of black tea in the world. This article explores some of the regions bordering Darjeeling, both within and outside of India. These regions include

By: Alex Zorach l Food and Drink > Tea l Apr 19, 2012 lViews: 93 lComments: 0
Alex Zorach

This article compares lemon balm and lemon verbena, two naturally lemon-scented herbs, for use in herbal tea. These two herbs are quite similar to each other, and their differences are subtle. The

By: Alex Zorach l Food and Drink > Tea l Apr 12, 2012 lViews: 93 lComments: 0
Alex Zorach

This article compares green tea extract, a common herbal supplement promoted for health purposes, to drinking actual green tea. The article concludes that drinking high-quality green tea is much

By: Alex Zorach l Food and Drink > Tea l Apr 24, 2012 lViews: 61 lComments: 0
Alex Zorach

This article aims to answer the question of what the best brands are from which to buy black tea, with a focus on loose-leaf tea. The article is written from a personal perspective, and offers my

By: Alex Zorach l Food and Drink > Tea l Apr 23, 2012 lViews: 61 lComments: 0
Alex Zorach

This article gives some simple tips of how to choose the best black teas to buy, based both on quality and value. The article discusses loose-leaf vs. tea bags, single-origin vs. blends, and

By: Alex Zorach l Food and Drink > Tea l Apr 23, 2012 lViews: 47 lComments: 0
Alex Zorach

Black tea naturally contains caffeine, and some people need to or choose to avoid caffeine for health, religious, or personal reasons. This article explores in depth two caffeine free herbal teas

By: Alex Zorach l Food and Drink > Tea l Apr 19, 2012 lViews: 67 lComments: 0
Alex Zorach

This article explores where to buy high-quality loose-leaf tea that is cheaper than Teavana. The article shares some of my personal favorite companies to buy tea from, and explores the strengths of

By: Alex Zorach l Food and Drink > Tea l Apr 24, 2012 lViews: 81 lComments: 0
Alex Zorach

Silver needle white tea, or bai hao yinzhen, originated in China and is historically produced there, in Fujian province. This article explores teas produced in the style of silver needle white tea,

By: Alex Zorach l Food and Drink > Tea l May 10, 2012 lViews: 51 lComments: 0
Alex Zorach

This article gives a brief overview of how to locate the best companies and brands from which to buy chamomile tea. The article explores the option of buying from tea companies vs. bulk herb

By: Alex Zorach l Food and Drink > Tea l Jun 15, 2012 lViews: 135 lComments: 0
Alex Zorach

Lapsang souchong is a type of Chinese black tea which is dried over pine fires, imparting a smoky aroma to the tea. This article explores several topics related to Lapsang souchong tea, including its

By: Alex Zorach l Food and Drink > Tea l Jun 13, 2012 lViews: 78 lComments: 0
Alex Zorach

Keemun is a popular type of Chinese black tea. This article gives an overview of the caffeine content of Keemun, its health benefits, and its other properties. Lastly, it points the reader in the

By: Alex Zorach l Food and Drink > Tea l Jun 12, 2012 lViews: 61 lComments: 0
Alex Zorach

Irish breakfast tea is a widespread style of strong black breakfast tea, popular both in Ireland and elsewhere. This article discusses the ingredients (types of tea) used to produce Irish breakfast

By: Alex Zorach l Food and Drink > Tea l Jun 12, 2012 lViews: 64 lComments: 0
Alex Zorach

Ceylon black tea refers to any black tea that is produced in Sri Lanka. Ceylon black tea is a staple of British tea culture, and is consumed both on its own and as a common ingredient in breakfast

By: Alex Zorach l Food and Drink > Tea l Jun 12, 2012 lViews: 85 lComments: 0
Alex Zorach

Yellow tea is a broad category of tea, usually considered a distinct category alongside black, green, white, oolong, and hei cha (dark teas like Pu-erh). This article gives an overview of yellow

By: Alex Zorach l Food and Drink > Tea l Jun 12, 2012 lViews: 55 lComments: 0
Sandra Fierling

If you are a tea drinker or would like to become one or even just educate yourself, joining a Tea of the Month club is a great way to do this. You will find yourself being confronted with varieties

By: Sandra Fierling l Food and Drink > Tea l Feb 26, 2012 lViews: 59 lComments: 0
Sandra Fierling

Who would have thought that the world's most expensive tea had to do with Panda droppings! Apparently this gives green tea a unique spin and that costs money. To find out more....

By: Sandra Fierling l Food and Drink > Tea l Apr 13, 2012 lViews: 45 lComments: 0
Sandra Fierling

If you like making things yourself and are also interested in tea (or know people who are) then making a tea cozy is something easy and not very time consuming. Not only do you not need to splurge on

By: Sandra Fierling l Food and Drink > Tea l May 18, 2012 lViews: 368 lComments: 0
Sandra Fierling

Tea cozies surround your teapot and keep it nice and warm and the tea hot. Of course you can buy one, but crocheting a cozy is a lovely project and doesn't take a lot of time to do. There are many

By: Sandra Fierling l Food and Drink > Tea l May 15, 2012 lViews: 252 lComments: 0
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