5 tbsp Wuyi Rock tea leaves 1 1/4 water 3 fl oz bourbon ice cubes 1/2 cup soda water 2 twists of lemon rind (garnish) Place the tea leaves in a teapot, add water and infuse for 2 minutes. Temp Continue reading Rock On! Bourbon
I finally decided on which tea tumbler to purchase! As per my review last week on tea tumblers, I opted to get the Scopuli. I liked the looks of it and it had everything I wanted: glass, infuser, easy cleaning Continue reading TEA INFUSER TUMBLER REVIEW – UPDATE!
The Material – cast iron, clay, or ceramic? First you must decide what kind of tea you want to drink. Size – don’t buy one to big, some delicate teas need to be infused in a small quantity of water. Continue reading CHOOSING A TEAPOT – cast iron, clay, ceramic?
This is a must try! I have made this in different variations. Using different tea leaves and have tried peaches instead of apricots. I left a link for my favorite blender I use, if you are in the market for Continue reading APRICOT TEA SMOOTHIE
Taiwan is a small island about 90 miles off the coast of China. It is a fairly recent tea growing country compared to China. Taiwan produces high-quality teas and produces some of the best wulong teas in the world. The Continue reading TAIWAN AND TEA
The beauty of cold infusion is that it allows the tea leaves to release their flavours slowly, yielding a sweeter taste. 15 seedless grapes, sliced 3 tsp Darjeeling tea leaves Muddle half the grapes with a muddler or pestle and Continue reading MOUNTAIN FLUSH – A black tea recipe
I own a lot of go-cups, travel mugs, tumblers, as in, I’m embarrassed to say, how many travel cups I own! I have two of my favorite tea tumblers which I love. One I bought from Teaopia and the other Continue reading TEA TRAVEL TUMBLERS – a review in progress
Tea drinking in Japan has evolved into a spiritual ideal known as Chado (the way of tea) Chado emerged in Japan during the 15th century. Author, Okakuro Kakuzo, defines the close relationship between the spirit of tea and Japanese culture, Continue reading JAPANESE TEA – and The Way of Tea
I thought I would do a review on one of my favorite accessories and that is my Salton Tea Kettle. I have owned my kettle now for about 3 years and I absolutely love it! Its got a lot of Continue reading SALTON TEA KETTLE REVIEW – a versatile kettle
Tea has emerged as an essential product and, China is where tea was born. The discovery of tea is just one element of Chinas rich cultural heritage. CHINA Tea was adopted for its medical benefits long before becoming the everyday Continue reading CHINESE AND TEA