The average coffee shop drink contains massive amounts of sugar, artificial coloring, and cancerous materials, allowing the population to deliciously drink their way to an early grave. Where, then, do we find a beverage that tastes great, provides caffeine, and won’t gradually kill us? The answer comes from its cousin, tea.
Tea enthusiasts, history buffs, and curious minds gather round! Another segment of our series Steep History has arrived, today with the focus on ginkgo biloba, a fascinating tea made from a seemingly invincible herb. So pour a cup of tea and let it steep – we have millions of years to catch up on.
While good quality leaves are always important, the quality of your water can elevate a mediocre tea, or completely ruin a good one. We’ll try to shed a little light on what you can do to ensure a truly delicious cup even with the most basic teas.
PersonaliTeas is back! Last time, we suggested teas that would cater to the extrovert, so today we will discuss the other end of the spectrum, the introvert. Often misunderstood by those around them, the introvert does not have an aversion to people or social situations, but simply responds to them in a different way.
With such a long history, it’s hardly surprising that there is a good amount of misinformation about tea floating around in the mix. While this post can’t hope to address all myths and misconceptions, it will hopefully help to shed a bit of light on a few oft-missed truths.