2014

April 11, 2014

Add ons to your tea

Add ons to your tea
Try one of these fun add-ins to your cup of tea next time you brew a pot, or your first time trying it. You might not like them all, but you’ll surely find one that you might just love too! Lemon Lemon is one of my must-have add-ins for my tea and one of the...
April 5, 2014

Types of Tea

Types of Tea
All tea is produced from a plant called Camellia sinensis. The different varieties of teas available in the world only vary by the region it was grown, the time of year picked, and the processing method. Each type of tea has its own characteristics and benefits. White Teas White tea is the purest and least processed...
April 3, 2014

Trivia

Trivia
Fun facts about tea “If you are cold tea will warm you; if you are heated it will cool you; if you are depressed it will cheer you; if you are excited it will calm you.” William E. Gladstone Tea is the second most consumed beverage in the world, second only to water. Ireland consumes...
April 3, 2014

Making Tea (Recipes)

Making Tea (Recipes)
A perfect recipe Perfect ho chai to baat ban jaye” A perfect Indian chai recipe that can enthrall your senses and boost your energy is a dream come true. But chai recipe differs from one household to another in India. We share with you few fusions of best and unique tea recipe, one for every...
April 3, 2014

Health Benefits of Tea

Health Benefits of Tea
If you’re not drinking tea yet, read up on these 10 ways tea does your body good and then see how you are mesmerized by the taste of this great drink. Tea contains antioxidants. Like the Rust-Oleum paint that keeps your outdoor furniture from rusting, tea’s antioxidants protect your body from the ravages of aging and...
April 2, 2014

Processing of Tea

Processing of Tea
Camellia sinensis is an evergreen plant that grows mainly in tropical and subtropical climates. Tea plants are propagated from seed and cutting taking about 4 to 12 years to bear seed and about three years for a new plant to be ready for harvesting. Leaf size is the chief criterion for the classification of tea...
April 2, 2014

About Tea

About Tea
Our daily cup fo Chai that has been a witness to history in the making since several centuries also has a history of its own. Tea originated in China as a medicinal drink but its commercial status as drink for the elite came into being around 17th century when the British were first introduced to...