Did an ape appear in your tea leaf reading? Let's go over what the ape tea leaf symbol is telling you.
Traditional Meaning of AcornsTraditionally, an acorn symbol was used as a sign for strength. Wise women or “witches” drew the acorn symbol when working to build the health of an ill person. European settlers in America used the acorn symbol in the 17th and 18th centuries on buildings and furniture. Many of these settlers had strong religious beliefs, but still used the acorn symbol to … [Read more...]
Have you ever wondered how to make the perfect cup of tea?
At first, you might think the perfect cup of tea is just a matter of adding some tea to hot water.
I used to make tea by plunking a tea bag into a cup and pouring boiling water over it. I would wait for a few minutes and use a spoon to dip out the dripping bag.
Once I had the tea bag on the … [Read more...]
Raspberry tea (Rubus idaeus) has been a go-to health 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 … [Read more...]
A Guide to Understanding Tea Terroir
You typically think that the aroma and flavor of tea comes from the type of tea you drink be it green, black, oolong, and so on.
You typically think that the aroma and flavor comes from the curing method be it orthodox or curing, tearing, crushing (CTC).
You typically think that the aroma and … [Read more...]