Monday April 14, 2014
Photo by Selena N.B.H. [flickr]
Rooibos tea has been sweeping the American tea world by storm and for good reason. This caffeine free tea has a smooth flavor and is loaded with antioxidants. You may have seen this red tea pop up on grocery store shelves or at your local cafe. Find out why this African red tea is seeing its 15 minutes of fame in What is Rooibos Tea?
Sunday April 13, 2014
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If you love the rich flavor of black tea, but want the health benefits of green tea, it might be time to try Oolong! Oolong tea is made from the same plant as both green and black teas, but its partial fermentation lands it smack dab between green and black tea on the tea making spectrum. It has a rich nutty flavor and high antioxidant content. Find out more about this unique and lovely tea in What is Oolong Tea?
Monday April 7, 2014
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Matcha is one of my all time favorite teas to drink. The flavor is bright and fresh, and the color is a beautiful vibrant green. The experience is second to none. Over the past ten years matcha has increased in popularity around the globe and the fine green tea powder has found its way into many different foods. Learn more about this delicious and culturally rich powdered tea in What is Matcha?
Sunday March 16, 2014
Photo by Junie Gurl [flickr]
Coconut water is one of the hottest food trends today, despite the fact that most of its health benefits have not been well studied. Whether it's a miracle drink or not, one thing is certain: coconut water is a simple, natural, refreshing beverage that anyone can enjoy. Learn more about coconut water and how it is made in What is Coconut Water?