Hi, and happy Hump-Day (Wednesday, of course)! I love everything about tea, so it is no surprise that I love collecting interesting facts about tea, and anything related to it. Today, I wanted to share a list of 22 facts, that might surprise you. check it out: 22 Facts about Tea In Russia …Continue reading "22 Interesting Facts About Tea"
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"
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"
Welcome to the last letter for this week. I am closing out this week of Tea Leaf Reading Symbols with the Letter N. And because it is time for N, I thought it would be a great time to talk about Nettle Tea, made from the leaves of Stinging Nettle A great tea that …Continue reading "A to Z Blogging Challenge: N is for Nettle- Tea Leaf Reading Symbol Dictionary"
Today, I want to show you how tea can become a part of a mindfulness and meditation practice. Tea ceremonies and rituals are a form of this meditation, but they do not have to be as elaborate as these. A simple, yet effective tea meditation is shown in the video below: Letter M: Magnet: An …Continue reading "Meditation, Mindfulness And The Letter M: A to Z Blogging Challenge: Tea Leaf Reading Symbols"
Hi and welcome back! Today, I want to share with you a Chai Tea recipe that is my favorite. While chai tea is widely available in tea bags, there is nothing better than the home made variety. Also, you can adjust the ratio of the ingredients to fit your needs, once you got a feel …Continue reading "A to Z Blogging Challenge: Tea Leaf Reading Dictionary “J”"
The following post may contain affiliate links Hi and welcome back to another week of the A to Z Challenge. While green and black tea are widely known, it’s cousin the white tea sometimes gets ignored. However, white tea has many health benefits that warrant a closer look. From cancer-fighting and antibacterial properties to cardiovascular benefits, this gentle …Continue reading "Tea Leaf Reading Symbols “I”: An April A to Z Blogging Challenge Post"
Welcome back! There are so many types of teas out there, that it can get a little bit confusing, especially when we are talking about black tea, and the nuances that make it different, so I decided to give you a short guide today: Darjeeling Black tea is mild, delicate, fruity and light in flavor, …Continue reading "A To Z Blogging Challenge: Tea Leaf Reading Dictionary “E”"