I was feeling a bit creative today, and I got inspired to create a cool travel/display holder. I made this one candy cane themed with some comics on the back. This will comfortably hold 3 teabags, you can fit 4 but they'll be very snug. You can take your teabags in style anywhere. I thought … Continue reading DIY Teabag Pocket Holder
I decided to go for the "throw it in the pot" style. Turns out this is a really fun way of brewing your own tea blends. Just throw in what you think will taste good together, and whatever ingredients you need to get their health benefits, and enjoy.
It's amazing that bee's work hard each day to bring us a wonderfully tasty, healthy, sticky substance called honey. Honey is vital to incorporate into your daily life; it can be used in so many drinks and foods. And if you're sick, especially with a sore throat, honey should be one of the first things … Continue reading Honey – The Sweetener and Healer
Collaboration between tea enthusiasts around the world sharing their favorite winter teas!
The wonderful citrusy, floral aroma of Bergamot oil makes it a tasty and soothing oil to clear your mind and keep you feeling fresh. Bergamot oil is extracted from the rind of the Citrus bergamia plant, commonly by cold pressing. The numerous uses of Bergamot oil include aromatherapy, adding to tea, and using on the skin. … Continue reading Bergamot Oil Benefits
Native to China, green tea is made from Camellia sinensis leaves. Camellia sinesis has evolved as a shrub which grows in sunny regions with cooler, drier climates
Green tea includes potent antioxidants, catechins and polyphenols, which reduce inflammation and may help protect against cancers
Ginger, a spicy, aromatic root is full of health benefits. An old Indian proverb says “Everything good is found in ginger,” which is spot on, and you'll see why.
So I was going through Twitter and I came across a post of someone who put a bay leaf in their ginger lemon tea. It caught me off guard; I usually put bay leafs in soup, never thought of brewing in tea. I knew I had to try it right away, and I have to … Continue reading Bay leaf in tea? Yes!