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What is Milima Tea?

Have you ever heard of Milma tea? Unless you’re a tea expert, you probably haven’t. That’s okay, though. It’s not the most commonly known tea out there, but it deserves recognition. We appreciate everything there is to love about Milima tea and are ready to share everything there is to know about the beverage.  Origins …

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What is Meadow Tea?

If you’re looking for the best summertime tea to keep you cool and refreshed during those hot days and nights, then meadow tea might be your new favorite drink. The funny story is that while the common name for this drink is meadow tea, it’s not technically a tea.  So, if it’s not technically tea? …

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How To Dry Leaves For Tea

Drinking herbal tea has proven to be soothing for one’s throat, comforting, and even have some health benefits. While most people opt to purchase tea leaves or tea bags at a local store for convenience, did you know you can dry your own leaves for tea at home? If you live somewhere that produces herbs …

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What is Mamaki Tea?

Herbal tea is increasing in popularity for its flavor, aroma, caffeine-free nature, and potential health benefits. In fact, the Global Herbal Tea Market is projected to steadily rise over the next few years and the revenue is expected to reach over 4 billion dollars by 2028. Some of the top-producing countries of herbal tea include Bangladesh, China, India, Kenya, …

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What is Longjing Tea?

Dating back almost 4000 years ago, green tea has been, and continues to be, a staple in China. With many varieties available, each has its own unique taste, smell, and look. Although it was first created accidentally, green tea quickly made its way into the heart of China, which enabled it to spread across the globe and, …

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What is Liquorice Tea?

Traditional tea results when the naturally caffeinated leaves from the Camellia sinensis plant are steeped in hot water. Similarly, herbal tea is created when various edible plant parts are steeped in hot water. Some of the plant parts used when making herbal teas (or tisanes) include herbs, spices, fresh or dried flowers, seeds, stems, fruit, bark, and …

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