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3 Reasons Why People Rinse The Tea Leaves Before Brewing

I often suggest pouring away the first brewed when making tea in some of my guides; Wash Tea, Rinse Tea, Pre brew, whatever you call it. You might think, what a waste it is! Why should you rinse the tea...

Chinese Tea Ceremony – How To Make Tea In Gongfu Tea Style

If you love MMA and watched the early UFC, or you ever watched Bruce Lee's movie, you may know the word "Kung Fu," which is the total name of the Chinese martial arts. In the Chinese tea ceremony,...

Try These 9 Best Herbal Tea For Sore Throat Relieve

Do you remember when you were a child, once you got a cold and suffering from a sore throat, grandma would give you a cup of horrible taste herbal tea. The amazing was, the symptom would get...

Tibetan Butter Tea, A Bulletproof Beverage With 1000 Years History

Have you ever try to put a big tab butter into a cup of tea? In the Himalayan region, this is the most common way to consume tea, and the local folks called it Po Cha, also known...

12 Best Fruit Tea Recipes Homemade Easy (Continuously Updated)

In recent years, fruit tea becomes trendy, and many tea rooms have launched a variety of fruit tea and bubble milk tea. These blended-teas not only look amazing, but they also taste great. Fruit tea not only has...

5 Keys To Brew A Perfect Cup Of Ceylon Tea

Ceylon tea is the black tea which is origin in Sri Lanka. All people have favored it for its excellent quality and pure taste.  But do you know how to brew a perfect cup of Ceylon tea? Follow...

Try These 10 Easy Herbal Tea Recipes For Your Eyesight Health

Eyes are the windows of the soul, got a fantastic vision through.  But the busy day work makes us focus on the screen of electronic products for a long time. Eyes begin feeling weak, such as dry eyes, eyesight deteriorated, in...

Cold Brew Tea – What Is The Different And How To Make?

In impression, tea is usually brewed with hot water. Hot tea is not acceptable to everyone, some people prefer cold drinks, and drinking the cool-down hot tea is bad for health. Cold brew tea – a way...

Does Hong Kong Milk Tea Really Use A Silk Stocking To Make?

"Silk stocking milk tea" is a type of milk tea with the most authentic Hong Kong-style, also known as "Hong Kong milk tea" or "Hong Kong-style milk tea." Since the British colonial rule in Hong Kong, the British...

How to make Mongolian milk tea: Enjoy the flavor of Oriental grassland

Mongolian milk tea is a traditional Mongolian drink. Mongolians generally call it "Suutei Tsai "milk tea, also known as Mongolian salty tea. As the Mongols are a nomadic people, they are hard to get fresh food, milk tea has...

How Does Water Quality Affects Tea Taste?

Water is necessary for brewing tea, the water quality affects tea taste very much. In tea lovers' point, the tea brewed by different waters will get different results in the infusion color, taste, and flavor. To some precious...

What’s different between boil tea and steep tea?

People who love tea may know the leaves can not be steep too many times. The tea steeped a long time, not only lost the flavor. Even the taste will turn terrible, which breaks the delicious impression the...

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5 Benefits Of Elderflower Tea & 3 Awesome Recipes

You may hear about elderflowers. These lovely flowers typically appear beside the roads and in the gardens, looks like the stars in the sky....

Try These 10 Easy Herbal Tea Recipes For Your Eyesight Health

Eyes are the windows of the soul, got a fantastic vision through.  But the busy day work makes us focus on the screen of electronic products for...

Jasmine Tea Isn’t Caffeine Free, But Worth A Try Due To 8 Reasons

Have you ever tried jasmine tea? If you are, you absolutely remember the powerful fragrance left in the mouth. Many people may think, "what an amazing herbal...

Why Do Some People Say Marigold Tea Is Not Safe?

Have you seen some orange balls bloom in the gardens? These lovely balls are marigold flowers, which originated in South America. It is said these...

Tibetan Butter Tea, A Bulletproof Beverage With 1000 Years History

Have you ever try to put a big tab butter into a cup of tea? In the Himalayan region, this is the most common...

Evolution of the black tea teaware in Europe

Europeans like drinking black tea very much, and their black tea teawares are very delicate. Although black tea is recognized as originating in China,...

Use the right kinds of teaware to steep different types of tea well

Choose the right kinds of teaware is essential for steeping tea, which is a direct effect on the taste of tea. So, how do...

3 Reasons Why People Rinse The Tea Leaves Before Brewing

I often suggest pouring away the first brewed when making tea in some of my guides; Wash Tea, Rinse Tea, Pre brew, whatever you call it. You...