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When there's flu season, sometimes it can be bad. In fact, even your friendly neighborhood Tea Sommelier, whose healthy, antioxidant-rich immune system is usually running strong and on all power, also caught the bug! But now as a survivor, I have a few tea tips to help those who still have the flu bug
In this next lesson, we will tackle one of the most difficult problems facing modern tea: the popularity (and inferiority) of most tea bags. Nowadays, tea bags make up about 95% of all tea sales in the US. See why loose leaf teas are better than tea bags and why you should have them.
I recently got in a water cooler discussion at the Tavalon office about what is the perfect way to steep a cup of tea. One person suggested that she prefers her tea to be full-bodied and “almost to the point of bitter.” But what is the correct way? Read along.
The 8th most common form of cancer is Esophageal cancer. It is killing around 400,000 people every year. And, if you are a tea drinker, you may be doing something rather routine – drinking it when it just finishes steeping – that may facilitate Esophageal cancer. Alarmed? Read on and see the whole story.
According to the Mayo Clinic, Dementia is a very common disease affecting the elderly. 3 million cases are diagnosed every year, and in Australia, the current number of people affected by dementia is around 354,000. It is now the 2nd leading cause of death. Here's how tea can help people suffering from dementia.
Think you have skills pouring tea? In this video you will see guys like this in Bangkok – so amazing you'll wonder if they ever won in bartender competitions. The technique may seem a little showy or unnecessary (like, are dusts going to my tea as well?), but there is actually a reason behind this technique.
Mirrors? Wine? Glass? Teacups? Find out how they all connect here.
During this season, when all the holidays seem to revolve around over-eating and beverage consumption, it is easy to wake up in the new year with a few extra pounds around your waist. However, according to a new study from Lund University in Sweden, there may be a way to quell those season’s eatings: tea.