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Flor de Jamaica

Flor de Jamaica

Halloween is certainly not dead! Flor de Jamaica / Agua de Jamaica (Hibiscus Flower Water) with its "bloody red" infusion is popular in the Mexican...
Ozoni with Genmaicha

Ozoni with Genmaicha

Breakfast is often neglected in busy modern life. Yet it is the most important meal everyday. Congee, the Chinese rice porridge, is easy to make a...
Miso Oolong Congee

Miso Oolong Congee

Congee is a Southern Chinese dish that is often eaten as breakfast. Congee, the Chinese rice porridge, is easy to make and versatile to suit any t...
Peachy Earl Grey

Peachy Earl Grey

Peachy deliciousness mixed with the refreshing iced Earl Grey black tea is surprising nice! What to do with bland tasting iced tea? Well, try makin...
Osmanthus (Kwai Fa) Chinese flowers

5 Amazing Dessert using This Golden Flower

Osmanthus (Kwai Fa 桂花 ) is one of the prettiest and fragrant Chinese edible flowers. The tiny golden Osmanthus flowers have a soft apricot like sc...
Sunrise

Sunrise

Made with the popular Earl Grey leaf tea, this chilled tea is a great summer refreshment. Earl Grey is a black tea traditionally with bergamot, but...
Osmanthus Throat Soother

Throat Soother

Osmanthus is a beautiful Chinese herb for taking care of your throat. Osmanthus was regarded as an imperial herb in ancient Chinese cooking. These...
Noodles with Jasmine Green tea broth

Noodles with Jasmine Green tea broth

Upgrade your instant noodles to the “foodie” status in a zip with this recipe! Green tea with Jasmine available to order on Teas.com.au

 

Earl Grey Black Tea

Earl Grey Latte (London Fog)

Have you tried Tea Latte? Frothy tea sounds weird? But then again, if we do frothy coffee (latte), why not frothy tea? If you love Earl Grey and f...
Oolong Koeksisters (deep fried bread) - A family favourite

Oolong Koeksisters (deep fried bread) - A family favourite

In South Africa, there is a sweet pastry known as a “koeksister” (literally translated as “cake sister” and pronounced “cook-sister”). It is like sweet deep fried bread and is often enjoyed during Easter. This Oolong Koeksisters is a delightful twist to this tasty hot bread.

 

Oolong Jelly recipe - Guilt-free!

Oolong Jelly recipe - Guilt-free!

 

Lychee Tea Syrup

Lychee Tea Syrup

Easy to make and it’s a little like caramel sauce but with the goodness of tea. Give it a try!     If you want to purchase Lychee Red Black Tea head over to our website. […]