———- This post may contain affiliate links ————— Today, I want to share 10 quick facts about Oolong Tea that you might not have known. Oolong Teas contain more Caffeine than green tea, but less caffeine than other black teas. It is a very smooth, relaxing cup of tea. To brew this tea, steep it for 1 …Continue reading "10 Quick Facts About Oolong Tea"
The Stinging Nettle is a powerhouse both culinary as well as medicinal, that is often overlooked by the general public. Nettles or stinging nettles should be pre-cooked, unless you use them as a tea, and be handled with gloves at all times. The younger the leaves, the more tender the result, which will be …Continue reading "Stinging Nettle – A Healing Powerhouse"
Welcome to the last day of the April Blogging Challenge. I hope you all had a great month and enjoyed this series. I enjoyed visiting the many participants, who had some of the most interesting themes. But, as with all challenges, I am glad it is over. Today, I am going to leave you with the …Continue reading "Tea Leaf Reading Symbol Dictionary: Letter Z"
Hi, and welcome back. I am sharing with you today the letter Y of our tea leaf reading symbol dictionary. I hope you had fun during this series and learned a lot about tea and tea leaf reading. As I mentioned yesterday, I am working on a book about the subject, and will share with …Continue reading "Tea Leaf Reading Symbol Dictionary: Letter Y"
Welcome! As we are getting closer to the end of the series of our April Blogging Challenge “Tea Leaf Reading Symbol Dictionary”, the question of what will be our posting schedule like is on the mind of many who participated. Will you continue to write every day? Or will you take the lessons you have learned from …Continue reading "Tea Leaf Reading Symbol Dictionary: W Is For What’s Next"
Hi there, thanks for being back. When practicing Tasseomancy or Tea Leaf Reading, you should experiment with the variety of teas you use that work best for you and the one you read for. Keep in mind that some teas create a stimulating experience, while others are calming. I suggest, as a practitioner, and someone …Continue reading "V Is For Variety – Tea Leaf Reading Symbol Dictionary"
—– The following post contains affiliate links, see disclosure page for details ——— We have been talking about reading tea leaves for almost a month now. But how does one read coffee? Reading coffee grounds is the same concept than reading tea leaves. You drink the coffee and read the grounds left on the bottom of …Continue reading "Reading Tea Leaves and Coffee – Letter U"
Hi there, thanks for stopping by. Now that we talked about tea and tea leaf reading for almost an entire month, I want to share with you some books on the subject you might find interesting. I have separated them by books specifically about Tasseomancy, and those about tea in a more general form. Enjoy …Continue reading "T Is For Tea Books And Tea Leaf Reading Symbols"
———- This post contains affiliate links ———- Only a few more posts left until the end of the April Blogging Challenge. For those of you who also took on this tasks, what was the hardest thing so far to stick with your theme, and posting every day? Will you do it again, next year? I …Continue reading "At o Z Blogging Challenge: S Is For Symbolism – Tea Leaf Reading Symbols Dictionary"
Hi and welcome back to another day of Tea Leaf Reading Symbols. The April Blogging Challenge has been a lot of fun, and we are already at the letter R! Today, I also wanted to share a video of a traditional Japanese tea ritual with you. I find tea rituals fascinating in both of its …Continue reading "Tea Leaf Reading Symbol Dictionary: R Is For Ritual"