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Many fancier teas now come in silk bags instead of paper.
It's hard not to feel an extra pep in your step when spring rolls around. Love is in the air—along with all those other sweet
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They have great health benefits, too.
Which is your fave?
Tea is only second to water when it comes to beverage popularity  --  so popular that it's consumed as much as coffee, soft drinks, and alcohol combined. There's always time for better tea, though, so here are ten tips and tricks to take your tea to the next level.
Afternoon tea service used to serve as a snack at 4 p.m., in between breakfast and dinner -- this was well before people were eating three meals a day. Nowadays, afternoon tea is served anytime between noon to 4 p.m. I find that instead of being a snack -- the portions are large enough to replace an entire meal.
The Inspiration It all started in Silicon Valley where executives and athletes began adding butter and coconut oil to their
About three years ago, I stopped drinking coffee. I found that espresso and cups of coffee made me too hyped up and I would end up shaking and not sleeping soundly. So, I made the transition to tea.
We've all heard of the ever-so-popular detox programs; whether you're reducing your alcohol consumption, juice cleansing, or simply removing high fat content from your diet, we've all been there, we get it. But, have you heard of North America's biggest detox trend: teatoxing?
Tea is the most consumed beverage next to water. Here's how the world drinks it
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