Ancient Herb, Modern Miracle Dr. Daniel B. Mowry, PhD. This pamphlet attempts to explain the meaning behind the stack of research that has been published concerning the anti-cancer, antiviral and other properties of the South […]
In the springtime, we all look forward to new life and beginnings. The days grow longer and we feel the heaviness of winter lifting. The teas which we choose to drink can help us to compliment, lighten […]
China produces most tea in the world. While Chinese black tea (Chinese red tea) is lesser known, there are some interesting tea, such as the super smoky Lapsang Souchong and the delicious Yunnan Red reminiscent of burnt caramel.
History of Darjeeling tea can be traced back to 1839. This medium strength Indian black tea has been known as the “Champagne of tea” for its mix of floral and slightly smoky astringent taste. Typically […]
The comfort of a steamy hot cuppa is just unbeatable! The warmth from the steam, the fragrance of tea….ah…. Tea, whether it is black, green, oolong or white. Here we have a short list of our favourite winter teas.