Japanese Cherry Blossom Tea

In Japan the cherry blossom holds great symbolism - the beauty of the fleeting nature of life, every spring this is pronounced across the country. The blossoms are a symbol for new beginnings, with April the first day of the financial and academic year in Japan. The significance of the cherry blossom tree in Japanese... Continue Reading →

Green Tea Benefits

Green tea has become increasingly popular, along with regular green tea brands on the market, we are beginning to see more variations of green tea. There has been a large increase in the sale of green teas such as matcha and sencha green tea, as more people learn about the benefits of green tea -... Continue Reading →

Essential Guide for Tea Brewing

Preparing tea is an exercise in simplicity, nothing but boiling water, pouring it over the leaves, waiting for a while and then serving. However true this statement is, there are hundreds of teas on the market that need attention and knowledge in their preparation. Making a delicious cup of tea is a play of tea... Continue Reading →

Shen Chu Cha Chinese Remedy

The history of herbal teas is thought to have begun around 350 A.D. this came to the foreground when Lu Yu wrote in chinese a scroll entitled ‘The Classic of Tea’ this  information regarded the cultivation, processing, and uses of herbal teas. However, the first consumption of tea may have come in existence thousands of... Continue Reading →

Rooibos Tea

It is by no means impossible to live the high antioxidant lifestyle, we all should practise taking in foods, herbs and teas that will protect your body in many ways, reduce the risk of various chronic and degenerative diseases and  improve your overall wellbeing. As Hippocrates remarked in his credo “Let thy food be thy... Continue Reading →

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