Quality of teas
There are no good or bad teas, it is a personal taste, bitter, sweet, strong, mellow. It’s endless.
The best Teas are quite different according to the harvest Continue reading
Yunnan Province – Puerh Tea
Yunnan province is in the south west of China; it is a tough land since most of the terrain is rough and mountainous. It has plenty of rain, fertile soil and is said to be the province where the tea tree, Camellia Sinensis, was first Continue reading
During this warm weather it is a perfect time for you to try different drinks and foods to stay healthy and enjoy a great summer.
Let me hear from you. If you have any ideas, new recipes, please write to email@example.com.
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OK, it’s not a true smoothie which is based on fruit, however, is a great idea for a different way to prepare, drink and benefit from the healthy properties of your oolong tea.
It is suitable for vegans as well as vegetarians (and animal eaters of course!) and can be adapted Continue reading
Whilst parts of China are suffering extreme flooding, others are experiencing drought conditions. Early in 2014, tea gardens in the East of China (in Hangzhous, Huzhou and Lishui provinces in particular) suffered ‘severe stress’ last summer according to Continue reading
In May 2014, one of the world’s largest hotel chains received 1500 Chinese guests attending a convention. Just as well then that, when they opened their 4000th hotel, they discussed the importance of accommodating Continue reading
Swiss study of working memory spots positive changes in the brain after subjects have taken green tea extract. It is possible that it could lead to an improved life for dementia sufferers.
May Promo – Free Fresh Puerh Tea Box
NOTE: this promotion is no longer available and is for reference only.
Simple, drink Teavana and Celestial Seasoning teas!
Or at least if the reports are to be believed.
Almost 12 months ago, Glaucus Research, a Californian based corporate research company investigated the Teavana – Starbucks deal.
Their report was quite shocking.
It suggested that Teavana, suppliers of supposedly expensive high quality pesticide free teas were duping their customers. In their report, they claimed that pesticide levels were above both US and EU permitted levels in the majority of tested samples.
The report can be found here.
Additionally, they claimed that Teavana trained staff were also misleading customers by making claims that were untrue such as the teas being pesticide free and organic.
For a more in depth discussion, visit the Steepster site – http://steepster.com/discuss/3934-dangerous-levels-of-pesticides-in-teavana-tea
But Teavana are not the only large tea company implicated. Celestial Seasonings offer a wide variety of adulterated teas several of which were tested in a European independent laboratory and also found to be contaminated with pesticides. Despite this, Celestial Seasoning naturally deny it. You can find an interesting discussion on the www.metabunk.org site.
But why not play it safe and buy In Nature teas. Hand picked loose leaf teas as Mother Nature herself intended – http://www.innteas.com/organic-tea.php