Making China tea today is easy and tasty. But in Ancient China, it was not so easy to make China tea, as the tea leaves were pressed into cakes and boiled with a variety of items such as rice, salt, orange peel and onions.
Raspberry tea (Rubus idaeus) has been a go-to tea for centuries.
Growing wild or cultivated, raspberry bushes offered travelers a delicious fruit, and medicine women, doctors, and housewives an herb that makes a tasty tea with specific health benefits.
Native to Asia Minor and North America, raspberries were culturally accepted by Romans, Native Americans and … [Read more...]
If it’s cold outside and you’re looking for a warm drink with a hint of summer, look no further than hot dragon eye tea (also called longan tea).
Longan, or dragon eyes, is a fruit produced in Fujian province of China.
This article contains affiliate links. Longan get the name dragon eyes from their appearance when fresh - white and translucent flesh with … [Read more...]
I love breakfast with tea. I can't imagine not having them together.
I love my breakfast tea so much I don't choose which tea to go with my breakfast. I choose the breakfast that best complements my tea.
Maybe you enjoy a bowl of yogurt and strawberries with a steaming cup of orange pekoe on the side.
Or perhaps you prefer oatmeal with your tea. Or a … [Read more...]
These turmeric tea recipes taste great and are extremely benefical thanks to the nutritional and health benefits of turmeric.
Here you'll find hot and iced turmeric tea recipes, and sweet and savory recipes too.
With each tasty sip, you unlock the powerful properties of turmeric, which studies are showing may help reduce inflammation, ease arthritis, improve … [Read more...]