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white tea
What is white tea? White tea like other true teas, black and green, comes from the tea plant, Camellia sinensis. White tea is made with young tea leaves and unopened buds which are picked when they are still covered in silvery white hair. Hence the name, white tea. White tea retains the highest amount of...
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tea_cake
Tea cakes have become a favourite treat along with tea for both adults and children. Every country has a different style of tea cake, but the most commonly served with hot tea is a small version of traditional cakes. Creating Tea Cakes Simple cookies to mignardises form a part of tea cakes. These are often...
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iced tea
History of Iced Tea The brewing of tea in general dates back to more than 5000 years but Iced Tea is as old as the early 20th century. It was in the year 1904, Richard Blechynden decided to pour hot tea over ice and sell it to his customers at a fair who were looking...
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masala-chai
The tea drinking tradition dates back to 2737 BCE. According to legend, the tradition started when some dried leaves accidentally fell in the cup of hot water of the Chinese emperor, Shennong. Since then tea drinking tradition has evolved and spread around the globe. Its recipes evolved along the way. Let’s look at a few...
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herbal-tea
Tea was introduced in Japan by Buddhist Priest Yeisei around 800 AD. It was through his influence that tea spread through monasteries and royalty. The tea ceremony includes four main principles- harmony, respect, purity and tranquillity. Tea Ceremony – elements Matcha or powdered green tea is served to the guests during a tea ceremony. In...
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What is Oolong Tea? Oolong tea is neither black tea or green tea. It is a made from the bud, leaves, and stem of the Camellia sinensis plant. Oolong tea might have certain characteristics of either black or green tea depending upon how it is processed. All though all the true teas black, green, and...
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What is Nilgiri Tea The word Niligi means “Blue Mountain” and it gets its name from its location. It is grown in the Blue Mountain region of southwestern India mainly, Tamil Nadu.  It is a form of black tea made from dark, regular, twisted chestnut brown shoots. It is also called the “fragrant one” for...
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A hot cup of coffee to perk up in the morning or a cup of tea to unwind at the end of a long and tiring day.  Tea and coffee both have their benefits and drawbacks. If a coffee lover and a tea drinker are allowed to debate- it will be never-ending with both defending...
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Indian-Masala-Chai
Anywhere in India, one would hear “Chai” before Hi! India is the second largest producer of tea, following China. It is believed that almost 80% of its production is consumed within the country. Indians consume around 837,000 tonnes of tea every year. That’s a lot of tea! Why do Indians love it so much? There’s...
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herbal-tea
What is herbal tea? Even though the name suggests, herbal tea isn’t really tea. True teas are oolong, white, green and black as their leaves come from the actual tea plant camellia sinensis. In contrast, herbal tea is made up of any other ingredient sans the leaves from the tea plant. So why is it...
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