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Chris Cason
When you think of luxuries, you might think of sparkly diamonds, fast cars, mansions, smooth silk and, of course, delicious tea. It is not surprising, therefore, that the last two are actually related. Know more about the legend of silk and tea, and how they relate to each other.
Chris Cason
Not sure if this commercial is really from Thailand because it looks Japanese. Anyway, enjoy this funny Oishi tea commercial.  
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Mango Melange tea has Black tea, Mango Pieces, and Sunflower blossoms. Combining the energizing effect of black tea with mango and sunflower blossoms, Tavalon has created the perfect blend to brighten any day. Learn more of the Mango Melange tea benefits you can get here.
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Peachy Oolong tea is the combination of Oolong tea, peach and sunflower blossoms. Aside from controlling weight and improving skin health, here are the other benefits you can get from Peachy Oolong tea. 
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Have you ever wanted to make yourself a cup of tea, but you also wanted to get soup? It seems that the Japanese are into this dilemma quite frequently, which inspired them to invent a dish known as chazuke. What is chazuke and what's tea got to do with it? Find out here
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In this inaugural exercise, we'll examine the basics of tea to help differentiate the varieties. To start with, how about we cover first the fundamental question of this course: "What is tea?" We will also discuss the types of teas and sample varieties.
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Genmai Cha tea has Green Tea and Roasted Rice from Japan. It is full of antioxidants and will not only deliver an irresistibly nutty flavour but is also filled with health benefits for your well being.  Learn more why Genmai cha tea is good for you.
Chris Cason
The video below provides a good explanation of why you should drink white tea. However, even though it's mentioned in the video that white tea is caffeine free, there is no such thing. If you prefer caffeine free, I’d recommend a nice herbal infusion instead.
Chris Cason
2016 was a very good year for Matcha. It went from a virtually unknown ingredient in your green tea latte to a veritable household name, found in everything from cookies to popcorn to cocktails and beyond. But according to Vogue, there’s a new tea trend in town, and it will give Matcha a run for its crown.