Honey and Cinnamon

  This is the perfect easy and tasty  accompaniment that will work wonders with most herbal teas and has many health benefits. My favorite tea to have it with is mint and sage. This mixture can be stirred into your favorite cup of herbal brew or served as a small side to eat along side... Continue Reading →

Ultimate Healthy Pu-erh

  Pu-erh the basics Pu-erh or Pu'er is a variety of fermented and aged dark tea produced in the Yunnan province, China. It is famous for its heath giving benefits. The tea has low caffeine levels along with a rich and unique flavour. Due to the addition of an ancient bacterial culture, which involves adding old... Continue Reading →

Garden Tea Darjeeling

    A short Introduction to Darjeeling. Darjeeling is harvested over 4 seasons. This rich bodied tea comes from the Darjeeling district in West Bengal, India. Grown in approximately 86 individual gardens or estates, Singbulli being the most rendition.  This tea plant is composed of many pretty buds, it has a distinctive floral scent. This brew is... Continue Reading →

Christmas Left Over Tea.

  Do you still have your Christmas tree hanging around ?  Since the start of time we have been using various plants for medicine, and we all know the healing properties of many teas and infusions. Both spruce and pine needles have a high vitamin content, in particular vitamin C.  This tea is perfect for... Continue Reading →

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