The History Of Tea

The History Of Tea How tea was discovered It is difficult to tell who invented tea or where and how the first cup of tea came to be brewed. Legend has it that the discovery of tea was made when Emperor Shen Nung of China came across the Camellia sinensis plant back in 2737BC; a few leaves stirred

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The Health Benefits of Tea

The Health Benefits of Tea The most common types of caffeinated teas are black, green and oolong and the popularity of each type varies geographically. In the US, black tea consumption far outweighs the other two types of tea. In contrast, in Asia, green tea is the more common variety; in Southern China,

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How to make a proper brew

How to make a proper brew Run the tap a little so the water’s nicely aerated, and only boil it once to keep the oxygen level up. Oxygen in water helps flavour! Pop a tea bag into your mug, pour over the hot water and stir briefly. Tea needs time to unlock all

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10 Little-Known Facts About Tea

10 Little-Known Facts About Tea For nearly five thousand years, people have been enjoying tea. Discovered in China, it is currently the one of the most popular beverages worldwide, second only to coffee. Sometimes it’s sipped on the go, and other times it’s prepared in traditional ways, with great ceremony. There are many different

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How to brew a perfect cup of tea

How to brew a perfect cup of tea Good tea is inexpensive but not cheap. For what it offers, tea is an affordable luxury but choosing good tea needs some care. Connoisseurs store their wines in climate controlled cellars and cigars in humidors.  A cup of tea is 99% water and good water is

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