September 14, 2017

All aboard, we’re heading to Europe. Join us on our Tea Journey and WIN!

In our last article, we kicked off our tea journey at the very beginning, where we looked at the origin of tea. It all began in China, as far back as 2737 BC, and if you’d like to read more on this, visit our previous article.

After tea began to grow in popularity in China and then Japan, but Europe took some time to catch on to this new trend. It was only in the later stages of sixteenth century that the first small mentions of tea-drinking came about amongst Europeans.

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September 04, 2017

Join us on our Tea Journey, and WIN!

Over the last three weeks we have covered some fascinating uses for tea, in areas of skincare, food pairing and healthy sleep patterns. As we approach the beginning of Spring, we are going to take you on a Tea Journey, as we explore the origins of tea-making, and discover many more uses for this versatile organic product.

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August 23, 2017

Trend Alert: Tea & Food Pairing. You have to try it!

For hundreds of years, food has been famously paired with cold beverages such as wine, beer and champagne, and as technology and time have progressed, our sophisticated pallets have been exposed to loads of delicious new combinations… Think about some of the classics, like rich red meat dishes paired full-bodied red wine, or fresh fish and vegetarian dishes paired with fruity blends of white wine. Nowadays, we even see the pairing of lighter Spanish red wines with fish, and heavier Italian and French white wines with richer meals such as curry. We seem to have broadened our horizons when it comes to food pairing, but have you ever tried pairing foods with different tea blends?

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August 14, 2017

Relieve anxiety and sleepless nights with valerian root

Some of the very best remedies and medicinal advice stems back hundreds of years, and is still considered valuable today. A great example of this is the valerian root, which has been easing insomnia, anxiety and nervous restlessness since the second century AD. Valerian root is a natural and herbal sleep aid, widely used and respected by the general population and physicians for it’s sedative effects and anti-anxiety capabilities.

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August 08, 2017

Rejuvenate your skin with organic matcha tea remedies

We have seen a considerable spike in interest around matcha tea over the last year, and we absolutely love the fact that an organic tea can assist with so many environmentally friendly home remedies. Matcha tea originated in Asia, and has long been one of Asia’s favourite natural beauty foods. Matcha tea is packed with polyphenols (a type of antioxidant) to reduce skin irritation and inflammation, and even prevent long term illness and disease.

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Introducing the Miracle Moringa Tree

A single serving of Moringa leaf tea can fulfil up to:

  • 22% of your daily requirement of Vitamin C
  • 41% of your daily requirement of Potassium
  • 61% of your daily requirement of Magnesium
  • 71% of your daily requirement of Iron

And most astoundingly, 272% of your daily requirement of Vitamin A! Being able to provide all of these immensely important vitamins and minerals, coupled with the fact that it contains 9 of the body’s essential Amino Acids, makes Moringa leaf tea a truly exceptional herbal drink.

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April 18, 2015

How to choose the perfect tea

Tea is well known as a comforting remedy to an assortment of ailments, but not sure which tea to drink with which ailment? We’ve got you covered!

  • If you are looking to lower bad cholesterol, promote healthy cell growth, drink something which is high in antioxidants, and relax at the same time - Green Tea is your best bet!
  • If you are needing help regulating blood sugar levels and lower the risk of heart disease and diabetes, look no further than classic Black Tea.

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