———- 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 following post may contain affiliate links — Do you know the origin of iced tea? According to legend, Richard Blechynden, an enterprising English merchant, was put in charge of the tea pavilion during the St. Louis Fair, in 1904 . Unfortunately, in planning for the Fair, he never considered the potential impact of weather. …Continue reading "Refreshing Citrus Green Iced Tea Recipe"
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"
This post may contain affiliate links Matcha tea might be completely useless for tea leaf reading, but should be mentioned here anyway, not just because it seemed to be a very trendy tea at the moment, but because it is rightfully so. With multiple health benefits, this green powder is a powerhouse of the teas. …Continue reading "Tea Leaf Reading Symbol Dictionary – Letter L – An A To Z Blogging Challenge Post"
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! Nice to have you here on my blog. Today, I want to talk to you about sweets and tea. Yes, those delightful little treats that make tea time even more interesting. I have found a book for you, that combines both the love for tea, and love for sweet treats. It is …Continue reading "Tea Leaf Reading Dictionary: F – An A to Z Challenge Blog Post"