Category Archives: Blended Tea

Utilizing Superfoods and Tea for Weightloss

One of the latest fads in the dieting circle is the appearance of the superfood. Although some consider “superfood” being an over-used term used to provide a marketing tool, the foods which have gotten this moniker have obtained it for a reason. Superfoods are in general loaded in nutritional value and health promoting qualities.The Oxford English Dictionary describes “superfood” as “a natural food regarded as especially beneficial because of its nutrient profile or its health-protecting qualities.”

Wellness Coaching – Cancer Loves Sugar

In 1850, the average American consumed about 20 pounds of sugar annually. Today, the average American currently consumes 141 lbs of sugar (an overflowing wheelbarrow full) annually. The 2011 USDA estimates the average American consumes about two tons of sugar (enough to fill up a dumpster) in a lifetime. Yes, that’s per person.

Earl Grey Tea History

By Houston Bigelow
In 1833, good ol’ Earl Grey – then the Prime Minister – suspended the monopoly that the East India Company had on trade with China. (A decision that probably also influenced the creation of Darjeeling tea plantations.) Back then, the scenting of bergamot oil was added to black tea to protect it from [...]

Chocolate Tea

Chocolate teas usually rely on cocoa kernels for their chocolatey taste. A few will get a cocoa-like taste through the use of carob pods, a popular chocolate-substitute from the Mediterranean. Both tea and chocolate are known to have medicinal qualities, particularly when it comes to combating cardiovascular disease, so partaking of these “decadent” drinks needn’t [...]

Don’t Over Brew Tea

The biggest mistake made in brewing tea is to over brew it!
This is a fact, and is the most common mistake made when brewing tea.   Not how long you brew it, but, forgetting about the tea entirely, Then, coming back later to find out that you’ve way over brewed it. In this world [...]

Blend Your Own Tea

How do you blend you own tea?
Well, it’s pretty easy once you get the knack of it!
First of all, understand there are teas and tisanes.  Teas use the Camellia Sinensis leaf in one of many varieties or forms: White, Green, Oolong, Black, & Puerh teas are the basic varieties.  Tisanes are all teas made from [...]

Almond Teas Are Not Alike

Almonds are a member of the genus Prunus, which also includes plums, cherries and apricots. Despite its commonly-used classification, the almond is actually a seed, not a nut. Almonds originated in Persia and have long been a central part of Middle Eastern cuisine. In holistic medicine, almonds are believed to aid digestion, prevent cancer and [...]

Wild Blueberry Pie Tea Blend

Cut me a big slice of pie to go with my tea please! This tastes just like I’m slurping down a piece of blueberry pie! I love blueberries and know all of you will too!
How would you like a cup of pure candy…sweet and fresh? Starting with the Organic Green and White Tea, and adding Wild Blueberries [...]

Strawberry Oolong Tea

A tea that delivers just what it promises – fruit infusion that literally tastes like strawberries in cream. The ingredients include strawberry, kiwi, apple bits, rose hip peels and hibiscus, so its a bit of a mystery to me where exactly the “cream” taste is coming from. Perhaps there’s a mystery ingredient somewhere in there [...]

Strawberry Wuyi

This tea was wonderful! Maybe I just love strawberries too much but I think you will definitely love this tea too!
The best Wuyi source in the high mountains of Taiwan offers the sweetest strawberry sensation! Delicious & creamy Wuyi with the most wonderful strawberry flavour.
Try some today!