If you are fond of green tea, I think you will love matcha tea as well. Matcha is a Japanese word meaning powdered tea. Since the 13th century, matcha tea has been a constituent part of the Japanese tea tradition.
Superfood covers a variety of foods that have a particularly beneficial effect on our health due to a high content of a number of important nutrients and antioxidants.
Strengthen your health and wellbeing Tea can be an aid for challenges a lot us are struggling with. Aiding weight loss, click here Research has shown that a daily consumption of pu-erh tea is associated with significant weight loss, reduced body mass index and an improved lipid profile. Read more here! Against insomnia, click here […]Read More
Have you noticed all the kinds of turmeric tea on the market?
They have been there for a couple of years … but now I have finally tasted some of them. The taste can be discussed 😉
Quite in contrast to the qualities.
Turmeric has so many fantastic qualities you can’t live without, and many of these even well documented…
Find 11 different varieties of turmeric tea, click here.Read More
Pu-erh tea has a lot of health benefits and research shows its ability to help us burn fat and shed pounds.
Having pu-erh tea on a regular basis has been shown to lower blood sugar, reduce obesity, and boost immunity.
Read more right here about a very exiting experiment, where scientist have proven that Pu-erh extract led to a reduction in body weight and fat index even though all rats were given the same amount of food.
Chamomile is one of the oldest, most widely used and well-documented medicinal plants in the world, and is recommended for a wide range of health problems, including the treatment of sleep disorders/problems and relief for colds.
If you are already fan of chamomile tea, then just put the kettle on for another cuppa, sit back and enjoy what’s coming next.
A wonderful gift for any tea lover! Below you will find a short presentation of each book!
For All The Tea In China:
Robert Fortune was a Scottish gardener, botanist, plant hunter – and industrial spy.
In 1848, the East India Company engaged him to make a clandestine trip into the interior of China – territory forbidden to foreigners – to steal the closely guarded secrets of tea.
Have you ever wished that you could predict the future?
Throughout history people all over the world have been able to predict future events and get advice from “beyond” through tea leaf reading (tasseography).
It was popular because it worked so well and the necessary materials could be found in any kitchen.
Tea leaf reading is something that anyone can do. Sure, some people might pick it up faster, but everyone can do it to some degree. Give it a try and decide for yourself.Read More
Find beautiful teaware – no tea without a nice teapot Besides all the organic tea 350+, you can also find a wide range of beautiful teaware such as tea cups, teapots, tea strainers and tea cosies etc. A teapot can fit stylishly into your home and help make the frame for a pleasant afternoon with […]Read More
Getting started using the largest collection of only organic tea See all teas in our collection here We have selected more than 350+ organic teas! To help you finding your favorite organic tea we have placed various labels on each tea. E.g. a tea type label, a wellbeing label etc. You can find your favorite […]Read More
Getting started with Organic Tea! We created Organic Tea because we wanted to support the organic production of tea but also because we missed a place where to browse and search for only organic teas available worldwide. If you, like us, believe that organic growing is the future, you have landed just the right place. […]Read More
3 reasons for choosing organic tea 1. Organic tea doesn’t cause the same environmental damage Conventionally grown tea is one of the most environmentally devastating crops in Asia. Because it is often grown at higher elevations, the chemicals applied to conventional tea farms not only damage the local ecosystem. It run down the mountains contaminating other […]Read More
Two news! The good: Green tea seems anti-cancerous And the bad: Denmark is still the top scorer regarding cancer cases pr. 100.000 citizens Therefore, I was so happy finding this amazing article about a 12 year old boy, who had the pleasure of winning several awards in a major scientific competition. All caused by two of his […]Read More
Rooibos tea, healthier than you think Tribal people – also known as ‘The Khoisans’ – from the Cederberg region of South Africa, have been drinking rooibos tea, also known as ‘bush tea’, for several centuries. The leaves from the South African herb ‘Aspalathus linearis’ were used as herbal remedies for many ailments, and loved for their pleasant […]Read More
Yes, a sip of Christmas tea always helps getting you into the Christmas holiday mood. Christmas teas are usually flavoured with orange peels, cinnamon and cloves, which give the tea a wonderful spicy flavor.
The supply of organic Christmas teas and organic Christmas Advent Calendars are not particularly large, but hopefully this will change in the near future.Read More
To brew a good cup of tea Always use fresh cold water from the cold tap for your tea. Let the water run for a while first. This ensures that you do not use water that has been in the pipes and has lost oxygen. Or you can use spring water. This is nice, but […]Read More
Tea can be divided into two main types Do you also find it difficult to navigate through the many thousands of different kinds of tea? A good way to help you into this universe is to divide tea into two main types: tea from the tea plant ‘Camellia Sinensis’ – such as Earl Grey tea […]Read More