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How To Brew a Cuppa
Drinking tea is relaxing and refreshing pastime. It is a versatile beverage with so many varieties.
With more than three billion cups consumed daily worldwide, tea endures as one of the most ancient and cherished beverages.
How to make a perfect cup of tea?
Start with fresh filtered water
Use Loose Leaf Tea. It uses less packaging, so it is more sustainable. It also has more flavour.
Use one teaspoon of leaves per cup.
For optimum flavour add water when it starts to boil.
Different teas has a different steep...
Feeling Better Tea
Nobody likes to suffer from cold or 😷 The perfect teas for the cold season.
Try caffeine free
Cold Bgone Tea Functional Tea. Delicious lemony brightness combined with a sweet winter fruit profile. Light piquant cinnamon finish.
Zesty Tulsi Cold & Flu Functional Tea
Light sweet and peppery with notes of citrus licorice.
Tulsi is regarded as a plant of great power, prized for its ability to restore and fortify the body.
Organic Nilgiri Winter Harvest Estate Tea
Organic Nilgiri Winter Harvest Estate Tea exhibits all the body, flavor and floral character associated with the region’s top offerings. Best enjoyed with a splash of milk to open the flavor profile.
Southouse India’s Nilgiri district has truly started to shine. Situated at the meeting point of the states of Tamil Nadu, Kerala and Karnataka, the region offers an abundance of mountain-like terrain, waterfalls, rivers, lakes, and vast, expansive gardens of tea.
During the winter growing season - January and February, when temperatures fluctuate between 20°C (68°F) and 0°C (32°F) - Nilgiri teas hit their peak. As the north winter winds...
However over time green tea, Rooibos and herbal teas have been swapped in. This versatility makes finding chai in caffeine free or caffeinated version a great choice for many tea lovers.
Despite Chai’s flavours considered hot and spicy, Chai actually cools the body. It does by raising core body temperature above ambient air temperature.
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Did you know?
Rooibos is not a real tea, but a brew made from the dried Rooibos bush. Rooibos is exclusively grown in South Africa.
Rooibos may be threatened by climate change. Increasing temperatures and decreased rainfall may result in extinction of the plant.
Locals have been drinking Rooibos for centuries in South Africa. 50% of Rooibos is used locally and the rest is for international market.
Rooibos is a truly powerful antioxidant. Antioxidants protect our bodies from oxidative damage caused by free radicals. It is 100% caffeine free therefore a👍nighttime cap. It is great alternative to black or green teas.
Rooibos helps to fight off unwanted...