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Top Tea Tips for Rookie Tea Drinkers

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 Uday Patel (July 08, 2015)  Brewing is a very important matter for the Rookie tea drinkers. Do you want to know how you can make a perfect cup? Well, do give this post a read!Easy Steps to Make a Perfect Cup of Tea • Take a kettle or a little pot and add water to heat. Make sure you take bottled water or filtered water for this process. Never use tap water for this or it will spoils the taste. • Take a .. (Tea)

Fluoride Content in Teas ~ Health Benefits of Loose Leaf and Dangers

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 Uday Patel (July 08, 2015)  As we all know that tea is one of the most popular and most consumed beverages in the world. A cup of hot beverage results in good health. But, it depends upon the quality. The level of toxins is different from leaf to leaf. In Green, Black, White and Oolong tea the toxin named fluoride are present in very high quantity as compared to loose leaf. Less Fluoride in Young Leaves Camellia .. (Tea)

Nutritional and Health Benefits Of Dandelion Tea & Coffee

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 Uday Patel (July 08, 2015)  About Dandelion Dandelion is a weed, which is very popular in the entire world. It is a native to Europe, Asia and North America. The weed is edible in nature. All the parts of dandelion are used for different purpose. The dandelion leaves are used for making tea and roots for making coffee. If you want to know more about this, do give this post a read! Dandelion Tea This is made from .. (Tea)

Here’s the story of Tea at Sea

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 Uday Patel (December 18, 2014)  The much celebrated Marilyn Monroe once said that World Peace could be achieved if “politicians drank tea at meetings”! Tea lovers would agree that this brew has the charm to relax you even in the most stressful situations and then you have nothing to be angry about anymore! Those who are not that into this brew should give the best leafs a chance. The world’s tea .. (Tea)

Hibiscus tea, the cholesterol and natural hypertension controller

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 Uday Patel (September 30, 2014)  Tea is one of the most popular beverages in many countries. In various kinds of teas, herbal infusion is considered to be the best for health. Nowadays, hibiscus is being advised by doctors to people for maintenance of health. Hibiscus is an excellent herb which grows in tropical regions all over the world. The main thing to work behind popularity of this herb is pleasing flavor and .. (Tea)

Prefer drinking green tea for strengthening teeth and bones

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 Uday Patel (September 30, 2014)  People who are willing to make their teeth and bones strong will love to read this post further. If you are lucky enough to have strong teeth and bones already, you can plan taking green tea for fortifying yourself to beat problems that can occur in future. The best thing to know about herbal infusion is that you can select the flavor you love and enjoy bone improving compounds in .. (Tea)

Green tea to make brain cells stronger for improving memory

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 Uday Patel (September 29, 2014)  People, who prefer taking green tea because they have heard or read its benefit somewhere, are right on their way. Actually, according to the research published in the journal Molecular Nutrition and food research, this beverage possesses some natural components for promoting generations of brain cells in positive way so that they can improve one’s capacity of learning and memory. . (Tea)

Tea Party: A Reason for Entertainment

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 Uday Patel (July 31, 2014)  Today Tea has become one of the reasons for entertainment and people organize parties either in their backyard or garden to spend some healthy time with their loved one. These parties has given a chance to women to show their jewelries, dresses, shoes or purses to their friends and for this the best place is the tea party. So it could be said that today this hot beverage is not only .. (Tea)

Recipe of making Sweet Peach Tea

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 Uday Patel (July 31, 2014)  Sweet Tea is the house wine in the Southern India. One could enjoy it with the peach especially in the warm weather. This can be done by preparing it in such a way that it cool downs all the hotness of the summer season in a minute only by drinking it. Peaches gives the best flavor to the sweet tea and when it is served cold. It is amazing fact that it could be prepared in few minutes .. (Tea)

Different types of tea produced in India

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 Uday Patel (July 01, 2014)  India is the biggest producer of tea in the world. It produces world’s best tea and almost every region of this country has tea growing potential. India earns approximately 4 % of its income by the way of production. Historically India produces only black leaf, however in the recent years it has also grown green, white and also oolong leaf. Darjeeling, Assam, Nilgiri and Sikkim .. (Tea)

Exclusive effects of tea and its positive impacts on health

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 Uday Patel (February 23, 2014)  Tea is really a refreshing, relaxing and awesome beverage to promote human health. The correlation between the brew and healthy body has been medically approved now as some special components work in an outstanding manner to promote one’s health. One can not only keep its body healthy and stronger from immunity point of view but also it can be assured of slowing down the process .. (Tea)

Some useful information about tea

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 Uday Patel (February 09, 2014)  The popularity of tea as the mostly preferred beverage in homes and social functions is increasing day by day. Although, the cultivation and processing is carried out with great care it is important to check out the certification. High quality premium teas are certified by recognized bodies in various countries. When you want to know about certification of tea manufacturers, you can .. (Tea)

Find more information about infusions of tea online

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 Uday Patel (February 08, 2014)  Over 80 percent of the population throughout the world is engaged in drinking tea as its favorite beverage. People do this on daily basis for a refreshing experience. There are many types of teas on the difined on the basis of contents, fragrance and flavor. They are often classified on the basis of cultivation. The hot beverage is known well for its specific essence; that’s why .. (Tea)

How can tea help you to stay healthy?

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 Uday Patel (January 07, 2014)  From time immemorial, tea is the drink of the kings. It is soft, sober, exhilarating, and filled with energy. All of those qualities symbolize it to be the drink of the kings. However, is it the only symbol giving it such a unique place? There are mythical stories about this hot beverage being used to do great miracles. The use of tea as life saving medicine is also well known. But .. (Tea)

Different kinds of tea available in India

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 Uday Patel (December 25, 2013)  One country that is known across the globe for being a place that has various regions, different languages, and even more varied and diversified land is India. A particular thing in this country can be found in so many different ways and hence there will be so many kinds of variety. This is something that everyone will agree on. Coming back to the point, what we see is that tea plant .. (Tea)

The benefits of drinking tea every day

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 Uday Patel (December 25, 2013)  Tea is one drink that has been consumed by mankind ever since it was discovered. It was ages ago that man inhabited the planet and made it his home. No one exactly knew how or when the earth did became a world to this creature but all this creature knew was that this planet will have everything that they would require. Hence people began to settling down and they began to live the way .. (Tea)

Tea ceremonies in China and Japan

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 Uday Patel (November 20, 2013)  The tradition of offering tea ceremonies to relatives and friends is common in almost every part of the world. During special occasions and all types of casual and formal get together, the brew has earned good reputation for being served before guests in a rich way. This popular beverage is generally consumed during social events and some extensive cultures in various countries have .. (Tea)

Introducing types of tea popular in Europe

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 Uday Patel (November 20, 2013)  Are you interested to know about the tea culture in Europe? Well, the history of tea in Europe begins from 1560 when the first Portuguese Jesuits Father Japer de Cruz wrote about this brew. Although, the discovery is 5000 years old and directly affiliated to China, but Europe is also known well for its traditional tea culture. Just after the discovery the continent has attempted good .. (Tea)

Variety of Flavors in Teas - Offer Delightful Stimulation to Tea Drinkers

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 Uday Patel (October 26, 2013)  Essentially the dried, broken and crushed leaf of plant - Camellia sinensis, tea is thought to have originated in China but flourished in India. The leaf grown in hills of Darjeeling and Assam are thought to be among finest in world much liked for its typical flavor. But whether you like your brew black or with milk, lemon or spicy infusions you don’t have to stay limited to the .. (Tea)

Pu-erh Tea - Perfect Herbal Tea for Losing Weight

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 Dmytro Fedosyev (July 19, 2013)  When it comes to drinking herbal tea, most people know about the green tea and other kinds of tea such as white and oolong tea. However, many people are not aware that there is a herbal tea called pu-erh tea which has more health benefits than all the other herbal tea. It is pronounced as pu-err and in some regions te tea is known as tuocha tea. The pu-erh tea has manifold health .. (Tea)

How to Choose the Right Pu-erh Tea?

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 Dmytro Fedosyev (June 25, 2013)  Pu-erh tea is well-known for its manifold health benefits and many people across the globe love to drink the deep flavored tea. Japan’s Yunnan province is the most famous place for harvesting pu-erh leaves. However, many other countries are also harvesting the tea which has made it possible to achieve different blends. Since wide variations of pu-erh tea are available in the .. (Tea)

The Types of Tea Packaging

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 Uday Patel (May 31, 2013)  Tea packaging: An essential element of tea production industry Tea is an important part of our lives. We cannot imagine about a single day in our life in which we might be away from this stimulating beverage. Tea has certain health benefits, it provides energy to the nerves and refreshes our mind. It promotes mental clarity. People of all countries around the world love drinking this .. (Tea)

What is organic tea that we drink?

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 Uday Patel (May 31, 2013)  In recent years organic tea has become very popular. Waghbakri Tea, Numi, Organic India, Rishi and Choice Organic Teas are some well known brands in India. Some mainstream tea producers have also started producing organic tea. Benefits of organic tea: Following are the main benefits of buying organic tea: 1) Absence of toxic chemicals: Some people might not know that tea plants is .. (Tea)

Is There Decaffeinated Green Tea

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 Mirjan Stojanovic (January 24, 2012)  Green tea is a well-accepted health drink. It is had for its health benefits for example desirable reaction in cardiovascular diseases, diabetes and rheumatoid arthritis and for losing weight. Those people suffering from caffeine intolerance also prefer drinking green tea to coffee owing to a belief that green tea doesn’t contain caffeine. Caffeine is quite renowned to encourage .. (Tea)

Oolong Is Perfect Tea For Losing Weight

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 Dmytro Fedosyeyev (November 01, 2011)  Oolong is a very popular tea in many Asian countries like China and Japan. One of the major reasons why the people in leaving in those countries have such a tea is that they believe that by consuming that tea, they can lose weight. Like other kinds such as green tea and Chinese tea, even Oolong can effectively help in losing weight. There are many reasons as to why we can understand .. (Tea)

Learn About The Benefits Of Green Tea

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 Dmytro Fedosyeyev (October 31, 2011)  Green tea comes from a type of plant called Camellia sinensis. Green tea can reduce the chances of contracting heart disease because it contains lots of antioxidants. Antioxidants strengthen the blood vessel system and regulate the blood flow. It is rich in fluorine. Fluorine is often used to prevent tooth decay. When fluorine ion is combined with calcium, it will form into Ne apatite .. (Tea)

Consumer Guide To Black Tea

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 Dmytro Fedosyeyev (October 31, 2011)  Black tea is one of the most common teas in the world. It is usually used in making ice tea. Black tea is also commonly used to make the English tea. There are a variety of black tea you can buy from the shop. Some black teas are sold in tea bags while others are sold in tea leaves form. Flavors may be combined with the black tea. Examples of flavors that are added to the black tea .. (Tea)

Fenugreek Tea Does Wonders For Your Digestion

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 Sandra Fierling (October 19, 2011)  Although fenugreek tea is not as well known as other herbal teas in North America, it has a history of thousands of years in Southern Europe and as far as India. Most people know fenugreek as a spice but it can also be used as a tea. The tea is made from the fenugreek seeds and you can purchase these in health food stores, some bulk barns, sometimes tea stores and supermarkets and, of .. (Tea)

The History of the Afternoon Tea London

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 Balvir Singh (September 21, 2011)  The Afternoon Tea is quintessentially English, and yet tea itself was a latecomer to Great Britain. Drinking tea dates back as far as the third millennium BC in China and yet it was in the mid-17th century that the delights of a good brew first made an appearance in England. The seventh Duchess of Bedford, Anna, introduced the afternoon snacking practice itself to the country in 1840. .. (Tea)

Tea Infusers that Suit Your Taste

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 A Perillo (December 05, 2010)  If you want to prepare a great tasting cup of tea, a tea infuser is essential. We all know that how you prepare the tea plays a vital role in the taste of the final product. These infusers will help keep all of your loose tea leaves in place. Essentially, it makes serving tea a breeze because you won’t have to strain the tea after letting it steep. However, it also allows the tea .. (Tea)

Tips on How Do I Buy A Teapot?

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 A Perillo (November 28, 2010)  Teapot is an essential piece when it comes to your tea drinking. It keeps the water warm for you to pour on your tea cups and enjoy the delightful taste. Tea was known back to the 1300s and originated in China for the period of the Ming Dynasty. This is the perfect alternative especially if you are used to of drinking coffee and juice. Drinking tea not only gives your soothing and .. (Tea)

Some Benefits for your Cast Iron Teapots

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 A Perillo (November 15, 2010)  If you like serving tea, there is absolutely no reason why you shouldn’t get a cast iron teapot. Nowadays, you can get them with an enamel coating. They are very strong and durable, and can stand up to very high levels of heat. They also spread the heat very evenly throughout the whole pot, so you get a perfect brew every time. Because of their many great capabilities, they are .. (Tea)

Tea Brewing 101

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 A Perillo (November 08, 2010)  Have you tried tea brewing at the comfort of your home? There are a lot of very refreshing drinks and beverages that have emerged in the market these days. There is a whole variety on sodas or juices, and some have even developed flavored water and other variants which serve to revitalize the body with minerals and energy. But none so far has come close to the effects of authentic .. (Tea)

Basics on Tea Drinking

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 A Perillo (November 01, 2010)  Believe it or not tea drinking goes to almost 5000 years in China and India. Indeed sometimes you’re thinking what is the second most consumed beverage in the world after water? A typical coffee drinker might answer coffee, but in fact, those lattes and cappuccinos are not the ones who rank second. If it is not the product of Starbucks, then what it is? Yes, this title goes to the . (Tea)

Cast Iron Teapots: Make Best Tea Accessory

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 A Perillo (October 25, 2010)  Tea drinking has become the new healthful and restorative beverage available commercially as it embraced popularity because of the healthy benefits. Similar to what it gives as compared to another beverage that is also brewed and that is coffee. Below are the lists of tea accessories that may be owned by a tea drinker to help in his tea preparation. 1. #Cast iron teapots- choose the .. (Tea)

A Simple Fact For A Glass Teapot

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 A Perillo (October 18, 2010)  Glass teapots are perhaps the best way to prepare and make your tea. It adds no additional flavor to the water it is heating up, unlike metal stovetop tea kettles, so you get pure tasting tea every time. Because it is made from high quality clear glass, you can see exactly how dark and strong your tea is getting. It gives you more control over the outcome of your tea, so you get it just . (Tea)

The World of Korean Tea

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 Sylvia Kwon (October 11, 2010)  Nokcha (Green tea) Nokcha (녹차), or green tea, is made from tea leaves that have been dried to retain their green color. It is one of the most frequently enjoyed beverages both at home and in teahouses, and is readily available in grocery stores. Nokcha is a light delicious beverage that can be served hot or cold. Special nokcha teabags are even available for a refreshing cold green . (Tea)

All about Cast Iron Teapots in Culture and the Arts

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 A Perillo (October 04, 2010)  The cast iron teapot is also known as the tetsubin in Japanese. It is a traditional Japanese teapot. The material used to make the teapot is cast iron, which is not an original discovery of the Japanese. The Chinese were first to use this valuable material, and introduced it later in the 1600s to the Japanese. This was during the popularity of sencha, which is a formal tea ceremony that . (Tea)

The way to assess the worth of your favorite tea set

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 Karen Bennett (September 14, 2010)  A fine tea set can have lots of sentimental value for you and your family, yet there’s no shame in just wondering about just how much a tea set might be priced at. Every once in a while, many of us have an urge to unload some of our old, unneeded possessions, and perhaps you own an old tea set sitting in some cabinet gathering dust. If it’s really worth a good amount of .. (Tea)

Make Perfect and Stylish Tea Bags with a Tea Bag Machine

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 Thomas Scott (September 05, 2010)  In 1903, Tea bags were made by hand. People used to sew bags and add tea to it. A revolutionary change was brought about by a genius named Thomas Sullivan when he supplied tea bags on a massive level around the world. With the passage of time, Tea bag machine was invented, through which the need of hand sewn bags was reduced quite a lot. Tea bags are extremely useful in today’s .. (Tea)

Understanding How Slimming Teas Work

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 April Kerr (July 10, 2010)  Most individuals get pleasure from a cup of tea. It has many useful elements to your well being and nicely being however can weight loss actually be achieved by a single cup of tea? Weight loss tea is likely one of the hottest merchandise available on the market today. Most will comprise Green tea which is famend to be particularly efficient relating to weight reduction. Weight Loss tea . (Tea)

Why Is Green Tea So Good For You

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 April Kerr (July 10, 2010)  Green Tea has been hailed as much more than only a beverage. Asians have used Green Tea as a herbal drugs and therapy for nearly everything from despair to headaches. Now it's widely treasured for its skill to help with slimming down. For a weight reduction program to be at its simplest they need two elements. The physique should consume much less fuel and burn more energy. Green Tea .. (Tea)

Medical Benefits

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 Faruk Ahsan (June 10, 2010)  Tea has been an important beverage for thousands of years and has been a huge part of culture in countries around the world, forming major parts of ceremonies, trade routes and even starting revolutions. But tea isn’t just appreciated for its good taste and worldwide appeal, it also offers numerous health benefits. Here are a few health conscious reasons you should add a cup of .. (Tea)

Summer and Iced Tea

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 Gaurav D (May 07, 2010)  Summer is already here and it’s time to embrace the heat by having a refreshing glass of iced tea. Everyone loves this summer beverage!. You can add some spice to your summer by trying out different flavors of iced tea. The days will only get longer and hotter so why not cool down with some homemade herbal iced tea. Homemade iced tea? Yes! Of course you can get canned or bottled .. (Tea)

Chinese Oolong Tea Reduces Health Hazards

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 Kevin Kohen (April 13, 2010)  Chinese Oolong tea is not all about snipping inches of stubborn fat from your waist – it is more than a slimming tea. Fermented halfway between a green tea and black tea, Chinese Oolong tea is widely acknowledged for its capacity to reduce health hazards. Westerners are turning in to the benefits of Chinese Oolong tea, as more and more scientific studies show up results. As one of . (Tea)

Hosting An Afternoon Tea Party

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 Gaurav D (March 24, 2010)  The tea party has been treated as an elegant affair for many years. In England, people enjoy afternoon tea and often use afternoon tea parties to entertain visitors or clients. An afternoon tea party is perfect for any special celebration and is quick and easy to organize. Now, when you are hosting an afternoon tea party, the key to success is careful planning. A successful tea party .. (Tea)

Learn About Taiwan High Mountain Oolong Tea

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 Ray Lee (June 12, 2009)  Taiwan is an island located in East Asia off the coast of China. It is bound to the east by the Pacific Ocean. The island is approximately 245 miles long and 90 miles wide. When the portuguese explorers first saw the island, they were impressed by its beauty. Therefore, they named the island formosa. Oolong tea is mostly produced in Taiwan, Southeast China, Vietnam and Indonesia. Among .. (Tea)

Introducing Taiwan Tea Varietals

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 Ray Lee (June 12, 2009)  The environment of Taiwan is ideal for growing tea. Many of tea varietals grown in Taiwan came from China just like ancestors of most Taiwan residents have. Some varietals adjust well and turn out to be popular and others gradually disappear. In the following article, I will briefly describe some of usual tea varietals in Taiwan. Qingxin Oolong varietal Qingxin Oolong is the most wide .. (Tea)

An In-depth Guide To Taiwan Oolong Tea

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 Ray Lee (June 12, 2009)  High Mountain Oolong Tea Oolong tea is referred to as semioxidized tea resembling a ball-like form produced from Qingxin Oolong varietals. Tea plantations located in The Central Mountains of Taiwan are major areas of production for the world famous oolong tea. Oolong tea gives off a strong unique varietal fragrance and tastes rich, smooth and is enjoyable. In addition, it carries a .. (Tea)

History in a Tea Cup

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 Candice Oneida (February 06, 2009)  Did you know that your favorite afternoon pick-me-up or breakfast “cuppa” has a history that dates back thousands of years? According to legend, the Chinese Emperor Shen Nung “discovered” tea way back in 2737 BC when some tea leaves were blown by the wind into his pot of boiling water. Now, whether Emperor Shen was actually boiling water under that tea tree or .. (Tea)




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