• Iced Tea Recipes
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    Cool Off with Refreshing Vacation Mode Summer Iced Tea You Can Make

    Be able to reach for thirst-quenching and cooling summer iced tea that will make you feel like you have escaped to a different country. Feel like you are feeling a beach breeze in this very […]

  • Healthier Chocolate Milk Tea
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    Healthier Chocolate Milk Tea

    I’m talking about a chocolate milk tea that is more organic but if you are looking for something made with a brewed tea base, milk and chocolate powder we also have that below this article. The chocolate tea I […]

  • What You Need To Know About Chocolate Teas
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    What You Need To Know About Chocolate Teas

    Last week, I had introduced chocolate teas to you. These Chocoholic teas: Choc Spice Chocolate Lapacho Cocoa Haven Daydream Samba Tahiti  are gems to any chocoholic and tea lover. I thought they deserve the spotlight. But […]

  • 6 Chocolate Teas for Chocoholic Tea Lovers
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    6 Chocolate Teas for Chocoholic Tea Lovers

    Chocolate is a pleasurable indulgence that is actually existence among tea blends! This great way to enjoy authentic tea from loose leaf tea and real chocolate in the form of cacao nibs is one of […]

  • Iced Tea Recipes
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    7 Healthier Homemade Iced Teas

    Commercial iced tea may be easy to grab in the nearest convenience store but most of the time it is packed with sugar (even sometimes on a very bad level — check here to read […]

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    Hojicha: The Coffee Addicts’ First Step To Rehabilitation

    If you need your caffeine but have to quit coffee, try Hojicha (haw-gee-cha). I have met one too many coffee addicts who have suffered gastrointestinal problems due to overconsumption and abuse of coffee. You know […]

  • 5 Green Teas You Should Try
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    5 Green Teas You Should Try

    Green tea is one of the types of tea that is well-loved among connoiseurs and occassional fans.  Now, I want to add more reasons why people should love green tea even more. I’m not going to […]

  • Earl Grey Creme Brulee Recipe
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    Earl Grey Creme Brulee Recipe

    The classic Creme Brulee is one of the most popular desserts in Australia. Try this refreshing change with a touch of bergamot from the Earl Grey tea.   INGREDIENTS (serves 2-4) ■ 1 cup Heavy Cream […]

  • The Truth About Detoxification
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    The Truth About Detoxification

    A wide array of herbs and other compounds are being touted as beneficial for detoxification and weight loss. While there are excellent herbal formulas which do support detoxification, most blends on the market are either ineffective, […]

  • Top 5 Matcha Recipes We Love Most
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    Top 5 Matcha Recipes We Love Most

    Matcha is an A-list celebrity among chefs! Matcha is by far the easiest and versatile tea to use in sweet and savoury dishes. This time we are going to show you some of our favourite […]

  • Let’s Go Matcha Crazy
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    Let’s Go Matcha Crazy

    Matcha has taken the world by storm! Macdonalds has Matcha soft serve and Starbucks has Matcha Frappe and Latte. Even Jessica Alba and Gwyneth Paltrow are drinking Matcha latte.   The matcha craze continues to grow. […]

  • 15 Detox and Cleansing Herbs from Around the Globe
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    15 Detox and Cleansing Herbs from Around the Globe

    Herbs have been used to support the body’s innate detoxifying abilities for thousands of years. Let’s take a look at some of the most popular detoxifying herbs and see what they can offer you.   […]

Cook with Tea

Rose infused Panna Cotta

Posted: October 17, 2015

This is a beautiful variation of Panna Cotta with a floral touch. Great afternoon tea delight. Tips: Soak rose petals in hot milk to bring out the flavour. Don’t boil them as this will make […]

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Does Chocolate Tea Really Exist?

Does Chocolate Tea Really Exist?

Posted: October 16, 2015

Have you heard of a thing called chocolate tea and wondered “what is that thing? There’s no such thing is there”? Well I’m here to tell you, yes Chocolate Tea exists. If you have followed […]

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Best Tea to Drink in Autumn

Best Tea to Drink in Autumn

Posted: September 20, 2015

Autumn: spices, harvest, bright then subtle colors, cooler temperatures, transition. Drink warming teas which reflect the colors of the season, and help your body prepare for the darker winter months. Prepare for Winter Wellness with Tea Fall […]

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Matcha and Japanese tea ceremony

Matcha and Japanese tea ceremony

Posted: September 15, 2015

Matcha and the Japanese tea ceremony go hand in hand. Japanese tea ceremony is called Chanoyu, Sado or simply Ocha in Japanese. This choreographic ritual of preparing and serving the Japanese Matcha green tea with absolute precision and […]

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The Reasons Why I Drink Tea Brewed From Loose Leaves and Tea Infusers

Posted: August 21, 2015

I wanted to share that I have been a tea drinker for the longest time and I brew my own tea. I love my loose leaf tea from Australia.  This is because I do not […]

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Best Teas To Drink Per Season

Best Teas To Drink Per Season

Posted: August 5, 2015

It is best to change the tea you drink as our bodies change per season. Traditional Chinese Medicine experts and Ayurvedic doctors have recognized for thousands of years the importance of taking the seasons into account when […]

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Rinse Tea

Posted: September 27, 2014

Some never does it, others always do. What is a tea drinker to do? Is tea dirty? Need to wash before your drinking pleasure? Rinsing tea leaves is not my thing, but each time I take […]

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Tea for Dad / Blokes

Tea for Dad / Blokes

Posted: August 21, 2014

Father’s Day is just around the corner. While most dads may not complain about another round of socks and ties, we reckon it’s time to be a tiny bit more original in the gift-giving – […]

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Does tea expire

Does tea expire

Posted: August 10, 2014

If I tell you, I may end up selling you less tea, but hey, I am an honest kind of gal, so here is the answer to the question of, “Does tea expire?”

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Earl Grey Pound Cake

Earl Grey Pound Cake

Earl Grey black tea is one of the most popular afternoon tea. Adding Earl Grey into the traditional pound cake gives the cake a delightful fragrance, as well as making the cake less heavy to […]

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Jasmine Dragon Pearls White Tea

Jasmine Dragon Pearls White Tea

Posted: June 9, 2014

I hope you have NOT been fooled. We hear this all the time, when a customer comes to us, looking for Buddha Tears. Jasmine Dragon Pearls is often marketed as Buddha Tears. In the world of […]

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Matcha cream cheese quick bread

Matcha cream cheese quick bread

Makes 6 buns Quick bread from start to serve in ah hour! This is one of the quickest and tastiest bread I have ever made. The sticky dough keeps the bread moist.   These buns […]

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Matcha Pistachio Choc-Chip Cookies

Matcha Pistachio Choc-Chip Cookies

A nice touch to your usual treat. Reduce your heat and bake a tiny bit longer so you can keep the nice green colour from the Matcha Green tea powder. Makes 12.

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Tea for Her, and Ready to blend your own tea?

Tea for Her, and Ready to blend your own tea?

Posted: May 3, 2014

Having tea with mum? We often associate tea drinking to a more gentil, feminine image in the western world. From my quick research, there are some conflicting stats – some seems to suggest women tea consumption […]

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Most Requested Teas

Most Requested Teas

Posted: May 2, 2014

In the above video: Hello, I wanted to talk to you about the most requested teas. Underneath the Most Wanted tab, you will actually find some of these popular ones. These are the ones that […]

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Why Leaf Tea is Better than Teabag

Why Leaf Tea is Better than Teabag

Posted: April 29, 2014

In the above video: Good ol’ teabags, well they have been around for a little while. Of course tea really started being enjoyed as just loose leaf form and through industrialization, tea bags become this […]

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Can you help please?

Can you help please?

Posted: April 8, 2014

I used to think multi-tasking is good skill to have, but multi-tasking actually creates difficulties to achieve optimal results. That’s how we realise there is so much wisdom in making tea from tea leaf. Leaf […]

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Teabags vs Loose Leaf Tea

Teabags vs Loose Leaf Tea

Posted: March 7, 2014

There’s a lot of talk about why leaf teas (such as “loose-leaf tea” and “whole-leaf tea”) are better than teabags. While some of it is true, most of it is made up of broad generalizations, […]

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Mung Bean Porridge with Ginger Syrup

Mung Bean Porridge with Ginger Syrup

As the cooler breeze is heralding the beginning of autumn, it’s time to have something replentishing the system after all of those BBQs and iced drinks. In Chinese medicine, Mung Bean is used to cool […]

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White Tea – Silver Needle

White Tea – Silver Needle

Posted: February 4, 2014

[embedyt]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yDDGl8wpVCE[/embedyt] In the above video: Anybody know what it is, its not milk with your tea. White tea, let me show you…it is and this one kind of white tea called it Silver Needle. White […]

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