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.
When it’s too hot for hot tea, make cold brewed tea When it’s too hot to turn on a stove to heat water for tea, you can still enjoy your favorite tea. If you have spent months with your cold hands wrapped around a mug of warm tea, welcome to ice tea and summer. It’s the time of year again when warm days make us long for something cool to drink. We put on our cotton shirts … [Read more...]
These cinnamon tea recipes are sure to hit the spot.
Whether you're looking for the pure, spicy taste of just cinnamon or want a tea that blends the deliciousness of cinnamon with other yummy flavors, you'll find the comfort you crave with these recipes.
And don't worry about having to search all over town for ingredients! All of these recipes for cinnamon tea can be … [Read more...]
If you've been wondering how to make mint tea, you've come to the right spot. Filled with the comforting aroma and refreshing taste of mint, these mint tea recipes are sure to delight.
You'll find mint tea recipes using fresh peppermint, iced mint tea, and Moroccan mint tea.
Each mint tea recipe is simple to prepare, using ingredients you probably already have in your … [Read more...]
These turmeric tea recipes taste great and are extremely beneficial 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...]