Cook with Tea

Puerh Introduction

Puerh Introduction

Posted: January 30, 2014

Pu-erh (Pu’erh / Puerh / Pu er / Po Lei ), is referred by some as the “Vintage tea”. In fact, Pu-erh that has not celebrated its 1st birthday is hardly drinkable. Older Puerh cakes […]

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Tales from the Tearoom: anti-densi-tea

Tales from the Tearoom: anti-densi-tea

Posted: January 26, 2014

Welcome to shady Sydney and then some. Sydney is supposed to be the most expensive city in the world to live. If you actually live here, you wouldn’t know it. I mean, you get people […]

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What is English Breakfast Tea

What is English Breakfast Tea

Posted: January 22, 2014

In the above video: Hi, Salina from Teas.com.au. Irish breakfast, English breakfast, Australian breakfast, Scottish breakfast? Hmmm… I think there are a few more? Sydney breakfast, Melbourne breakfast… Well look, you know, My Breakfast, I […]

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The Tea Room list

The Tea Room list

Posted: January 22, 2014

I am super thrilled to find this list. At last, something useful coming out from staring at facebook 😉 This is going to be my mission to try as many of these places as possible. […]

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Mulberry Tree

What is Mulberry Tea?

Posted: January 21, 2014

Mulberry tree belongs to the family of Morus (a class of flowering plants that belongs to the family of Moraceae), the leaves of the mulberry tree produces a natural, caffeine-free drink, the Mulberry Tea. The […]

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Tea: the Brain Drink

Posted: January 18, 2014

Many of us swear by our cups of tea helps us to stay sharp. It was said many inventors and scientists, including Einstein, were avid tea drinkers. Does tea really help with memory? Let’s have […]

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Tales from the tearoom: Mr Nicetea

Tales from the tearoom: Mr Nicetea

Posted: January 16, 2014

Welcome to Sydney. Glorious Sydney where you can get a cup of tea in every teahouse, cafe and Aussie Hotel for around five smackers, but is the brew worth its due? Sometimes it is and […]

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Matcha Braided Bread

Matcha Braided Bread

I found this amazing looking Braided Nutella Bread from Inspired by Charm via Pinterest a few days ago and decided to give it a go today as part of the kids ONLY friday 😉 As some of […]

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Did you send me expired tea

Did you send me expired tea

Posted: January 8, 2014

Recent customers please note Orders went out from 6/1/14 to 8/1/14 If you have received orders with best before year showing 2014, please be sure that we did pack it fresh to your order. The […]

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Little Red Ridinghood

Little Red Ridinghood

Strawberry and pineapple – an indulgent tropical mix to impress your guests! Kids friendly! Do we got your attention? Do you want to make the Little Red Ridinghood? Visit Teas.com.au for the tea ingredient.

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Tales from the Tearoom: Chado

Tales from the Tearoom: Chado

Posted: December 27, 2013

Welcome to a beautifully wet Sydney. The plants are drinking and we have a gentle reprieve from the coming blistering summer. Now is the time to celebrate and enjoy what Heaven is sending us: Sweet […]

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Tales from the Tearoom 18

Tales from the Tearoom 18

Posted: December 10, 2013

Welcome to Sydney: Keep calm and drink tea. You’ve got to wonder: Can tea keep you calm? I believe it can. And even if you don’t like the stuff (shame on you), just taking some […]

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Matcha Tiramisu

Matcha Tiramisu

Matcha Tiramisu is possibly one of the best east-west hybrid desserts. It’s richness is cut down by the matcha green tea, while remaining silky smooth and irresistible. (makes a 7″ cake) For the tea ingredients […]

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Why Drink Tea: Dehydration Prevention

Why Drink Tea: Dehydration Prevention

Posted: November 29, 2013

It is normal for us to quench for something to drink during a hot weather and doing physical activities. However, it is also normal to crave for other drinks aside from water. The best alternative […]

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Ginger Tea Benefits: Sore Throat Soother and Refreshing Beverage

Ginger Tea Benefits: Sore Throat Soother and Refreshing Beverage

Posted: November 27, 2013

Suffering from an itchy and sore throat is really annoying. You might have experienced a sore throat due to allergies, sudden change of weather or you might have exhausted your body from simply overusing the […]

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It’s brain freeze time!

It’s brain freeze time!

Posted: November 25, 2013

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Tales from the Tearoom 15

Tales from the Tearoom 15

Posted: November 25, 2013

Welcome to Sydney: The land of perpetual summer. Yes. That’s right folks. It’s only October and already we are in bleeding hot summer. I can’t wait for the high season of January-February, when the temperature […]

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Divorce Bottled Iced Tea

Divorce Bottled Iced Tea

Posted: November 23, 2013

Hot summer days are perfect for iced tea drinking. That glistening liquid amber with plenty of tropical fruit, and yes, lots of ice! Essentially any tea can be made into an iced tea. There is […]

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Banana Tea Smoothie

Banana Tea Smoothie

A slight variation on the standard Banana Smoothie. Still yummy but a little less heavy. If you like to have it chilled, then chill all ingredients before mixing. Alternatively make it with hot tea and […]

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Tales from the Tearoom 29: Assam with evaporated milk

Posted: November 20, 2013

Welcome to a better world. Up till now I have always started my blog entry with “welcome to [sic…] Sydney…”. But today I feel I should acknowledge the rest of the world. In particular that […]

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