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Tea Time: The Best Tea and Food Pairings

Did you know that Brits drink, on average, 165 million cups of tea each day? That’s quite a bit, and it means that tea drinking isn’t going anywhere! In fact, it’s getting more and more popular each year. But deciding which food go well tea can be hard to do. And if you just started drinking tea, …

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Loose green tea, spices, honey, milk and dried fruit slices

5 Unique and Yummy Green Tea Recipes

Move over, Alice and the Mad Hatter! There’s a new tea in town: Green tea! Green tea’s popularity drastically increased in recent years amid the rise of health-conscious individuals. Green tea contains polyphenols and antioxidants. It is considered by some to be the healthiest drink on the planet! Green tea helps to fight cancer, enhances fat loss, …

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Different types of tea

Black Tea Vs. Green Tea: Which is Better For You?

Is there anything better than a hot cup of tea? Billions of pounds of these tasty leaves are consumed each year, providing everything from a quick jolt of energy to a good night’s rest. But for as long as we can remember, the tea community has been divided by one simple question: Black tea vs. green tea, which is …

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Travel Guide for Tea Lovers

Afternoon Tea is quite the decadent after-lunch activity and a perfect way to celebrate everything from special occasions to a new piece of China, we’re sure you’ll agree. And while we’re usually too busy mastering the perfect brew and deciding whether we want traditional Afternoon Tea or a light Green Tea to offset that third …

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Darjeeling: The Champagne of Teas

Darjeeling tea is traditionally prized above all other black teas, especially in the United Kingdom. Known as ‘The Champagne of Teas’, it is revered by tea connoisseurs around the world for its full-bodied, light golden colour and muscatel aroma. It was first planted in 1841 by Dr Campbell, a civil surgeon of the Indian Medical …

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The History of Afternoon Tea

Tea drinking and cultivation is inherently international. Grown in tropical locales, enjoyed all over the world, and celebrated in many forms — tea is an important part of many human cultures. So, if you’re planning a trip this summer, why not consider making tea a part of your travels. Here are some suggestions for tea …

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