Summer is synonymous with cold and refreshing drinks, those that can quench the thirst but even more, if it is iced tea, as apart from refreshing and delight with a variety of flavors, is already proven to be beneficial to our health, this has fewer calories, is much more moisturizing and possesses a large number of active ingredients that can do wonders in the human body. Continue reading “4 Delicious Iced Tea for the Summer Time.”
Dragon Well Tea( Longjing ) is China’s national pride.
Because of its exceptional properties, flavor and aroma, this tea is recognized as the country’s main green tea.
The name “The Dragon Well” is associated with different historical and folkloric descriptions, but is usually associated with the behavior of tea leaves in the water, which, by their movement resemble a dragon.
It is renowned for its high quality, and praised for its four qualities: Jade color, sweet vegetable aroma, soft flavor and unique flattened shape. Continue reading “Dragon Well Tea China’s Finest.”
The success of this classic is due to a combination of black tea and Earl Grey Tea is the most consumed flavored and famous in the world.
Is known for its countless medicinal properties, from relaxing to those that make you improve the mood.bergamot oil.
Contrary to other blends or aromatized teas in this tea is not lost but is affirmed the taste of black tea while Bergamot gives the infusion an exotic touch, citrus and floral distinctive.
Lately, it is possible to find it with less traditional tea bases.
The Darjeeling to achieve a more delicate and fragrant tea, green tea, and even a rooibos Earl Grey.
Although we also find white in this class.
There are countless variations of this tea that include ingredients such as jasmine, lavender, rose petals, variety of citrus and herbs.
It is also used as a flavoring for many types of cakes and candies, chocolate, and original sauces.
Darjeeling tea is a variety of black tea that is booming in coffee or tea-sharing sites or in the naturist stores or specialized in the sale of teas.
You don’t know what their properties, characteristics, and benefits can bring to our organism
It is a blend of tea traditionally grown in the Darjeeling district of West Bengal, India.
This popular black tea variant is made with Camellia sinensis var and is known for its delightful fragrance, golden color, and rich flavor, and is enjoyed by many cultures around the world. Continue reading “Properties and Health Benefits of Darjeeling Tea.”
What is Sencha tea?
Sencha tea is a variety of tea originating in Japan.
It means “cooked tea” since the leaves of the plant are cooked, this being what characterizes and produces its differences with the other green teas.
Sencha tea is roasted in a frying pan before preparing the cylinders for consumption as in the case of the Chinese.
This process in the production confers the characteristic more vegetal flavor almost herbaceous and slightly more bitter and the infusions have a greener color than the Chinese green teas.
Sencha tea is very popular in this country where it is taken cold in summer and hot in the winter season. Continue reading “5 Sencha Tea Benefits and How to Make it”
Detox Teas has had a lot of publicity lately thanks to the large number of celebrities who attribute their success to weight loss to natural detoxifying beverages.
They are useful to balance your body while providing different nutrients and cleanse your organism from elements that damage you and affect your beauty and your health.
There is no cafeteria that boasts that it does not have it in its menu.
At first glance, it is very attractive.
Looks like a glass of milk with colored grains.
It is sweet and with fruity touches.
A fun way to cool off in the hot season. Continue reading “How to make Bubble Tea.”
Unlike traditional rooibos, Green rooibos does not go through the oxidation process, so the leaves and stems are dried directly.
Its taste is softer, sweet.
Consequently, this rooibos has a greater amount of antioxidants but has the same benefits as traditional Rooibos red tea. Continue reading “Green Rooibos Tea Benefits.”
Let’s talk about the new trend: cheese tea!
An infusion topped by a thick layer of cream cheese that is sweeping in Asia and it is becoming hip all over the world.
Why they mix tea with cheese has a very simple explanation.
The tea alone has a slightly bitter taste, and adding a good deal of cheese foam makes it not so bitter.
Iced tea cocktails are always a good idea to freshen up in summer.
Healthy, nutritious and wonderful, although it seems impossible, we assure you that it can be improved.
Some people consider taking tea like a true ritual, as in the case of the Chinese, or as a habit, as is the case with the English.
There are also people who think that drinking tea can be a bit boring, but how about an Ice tea Cocktail? Continue reading “5 Iced Tea Cocktail Recipes.”
To find the authentic tea tradition, we must know the properties and the tradition behind Japanese green tea.
Throughout the world, we find thousands of ways to drink tea, as well as thousands of different infusions.
As in most Western countries, it is normal to drink tea with a spoonful of sugar to reduce its bitter taste, in Japan that would be a no-no. Continue reading “Health Benefits of Japanese Green Teas.”
If you are a beginner in the pleasure of tasting teas, you may have begun to incorporate several types of green tea into your daily life.
For something is the most consumed in the world.
It is not that green tea is “better” than other types of tea, is that each has its own qualities.
But a good green tea is characterized by being sweet and fresh as a glass of good white wine. Continue reading “How many types of Green Tea are there?”
Constipation is something that we all have suffered sometime in our life. The benefits of tea for constipation, Adjust the functioning of the gastrointestinal activity; Prevent and relieve abdominal pain, intestinal swelling, and flatulence.
If you suffer from temporary constipation, moderate consumption of a few cups of tea (two days to a week) should allow your intestinal transit to return to normal. Continue reading “5 Herbal teas for temporary constipation.”
There is nothing on a hot summer day like sitting on the porch after a hard day’s work and being able to enjoy a nice glass of cold iced tea.
For all the years I’ve enjoyed this refreshing drink I never imagined the impact I might be having on my health, both for good and bad.
Tea has an endless list of benefits for our health, but at the same time, excessive consumption can carry certain dangers that we should take into account. Continue reading “Is Iced Tea Really Good for You?”
Breakfast is a time of day where you have to start the day with all the energy.
There are some varieties of tea that are much more apt, for their qualities, to serve in that first meal every day.
Know them, so you can drink tea for breakfast instead. Continue reading “Don’t Drink Coffee for Breakfast. Drink Tea instead.”