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    How To Make Bulletproof Coffee Without a Blender

    Last updated: January 4th, 2017. This video shows exactly how to make bulletproof coffee. I’ve been making this stuff for years, and there are definitely some cons to using a traditional blender, so I found an easier way! My method is quicker, less cleanup, and frankly – without this little shortcut – I don’t think […]

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    Echinacea Tea: Everything You Need To Know

    Today we’re going to be discussing echinacea tea. Eventually, we want to cover every single type of tea that exists but it’s going to take a long time… But you’re not in a hurry, are you? Good, neither are we. Here are some of the types of tea that we’ve looked at previously: Tea made […]

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    Tea Connoisseurship: Why Tea Deserves The Same Respect That Wine Gets

    When you think of connoisseurship, what comes to mind? Wine, almost certainly, leaps to the front of consciousness. Perhaps this is for good reason, as the sommelier has been associated with fine wine since shortly after the French Revolution, when fine restaurants began to emerge. What else, did fine cheese come to mind? Or, more […]

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    This Teapot Made of Chocolate Is Useless But So Necessary

    Well, maybe not entirely useless, but as the saying goes: “it’s as useful as a chocolate teapot.” The people who invented this choco teapot probabally heard that expression and wanting to prove conventional wisdom wrong. Apparently, you can actually fill this teapot with hot water and steep your tea. Add a little milk afterwards, and […]

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    Green Tea: Popular Types and How To Enjoy Them

    Records of green tea drinking go back to China in 2700 BC, but it was its popularity with sailors as protection from scurvy that helped green tea spread around the world. Today, this beverage is renowned for its ability to boost metabolism and strengthen the body against cancer, arthritis, and cardiovascular disease. Yet, many underestimate […]

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    5 Tips for Buying Tea Ethically

    When choosing your tea, it’s important to consider the ethical implications of your purchase. While most tea is grown in developing countries with poor wages and working conditions, but certified teas provide a means to improve working conditions and cut related pollution. With a little bit of education, you can ensure that your tea choices […]

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    The Pros and Cons of Bagged Tea vs Loose Leaf Tea

    While bagged tea remains popular for convenient brewing, many tea enthusiasts prefer loose leaf for its generally better flavor and aroma. Yet, when it was originally invented in the early 1900s, bagged tea was a luxury; in fact, a New York tea merchant first put loose leaf tea into silk bags for easy shipping. Once […]

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    Watch People Reacting To Different Types of Tea From Around the World

    Look at all of the different types of tea they got to sample one after another, who else is a bit jealous? In this video, you’ll see people trying various types of tea from all over the world and reacting to them. It’s a fun, quick video… and if you’re looking for some interesting new drinks […]

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    Sweet Tea: Literally Everything You Need To Know In One Place

    Hey sweeties, ready to talk about sweet tea?  This one’s going to be a doozy because there’s a lot to go over. Let’s get all the basic stuff out of the way quickly so that we can dive into the deep end of sweet tea where we’ll be talking about different ways to sweeten your […]

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    Fighting The Munchies With Tea

    As cannabis use becomes more mainstream, and less taboo to talk about, and legal in more and more places around the world, we’re able to explore all sorts of interesting subjects that relate to marijuana. It’s worth saying that everybody reacts different to different substances and we don’t condone or promote doing anything that might be […]

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    Is Instant Tea Even Worth Your Time?

    There are some people who roast their own coffee beans every week and won’t drink anything besides a freshly ground cup of pour-over, and then there are other people who drink a heaping scoop of instant coffee every morning and couldn’t tell the difference. The same goes for tea. Some people are very picky about […]

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    This Sharky Tea Infuser Looks Like a Horror Movie In a Cup

    Here’s the thing about tea drinkers. We’re very particular about how we brew our drink. We have our routines, our traditions, and we know exactly how we like things. Let’s face it – not many the enthusiasts are going to be using a novelty steeper every single day – but that doesn’t mean we don’t […]

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    Choosing The Perfect Glass Sun Tea Jar

    So, you wanna make yourself some sun tea, huh? Well, let’s assume that you’ve already chosen which sun tea recipe you’re going to use, you’ve got your teas all picked out, now all that’s missing is a jar that you can fill up for some slowly-brewed deliciousness. Some people use plastics jugs and jars for […]

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    Drinking Tea To Lose Weight Works, But Not How You’d Expect

    When it comes to weight loss, it seems like everyone is trying to sell you something. Whether it’s magic pills, ridiculous workout machines, or even the idea of drinking tea to lose weight, promoted by companies selling special “weight loss teas” that are designed to send your metabolism through the roof so that the pounds […]

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    5 Unique Types of Tea From Around The World

    Most of these variations on the classic cup of tea have found their way all around the world, but some of them aren’t nearly as popular as they are in their countries of origin. Let’s take a quick trip around the world in the form of a few cups of tea, shall we? 1. Cha […]

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    Amazing Thai Iced Tea Recipe Just Like in Thailand

    Admittedly, I’ve never been to Thailand but it sure feels like I have when I take some time out of a busy day to brew this thai iced tea recipe that is based off of several that I’ve found online, and slightly tweaked with the blessing of a friend that has spent a lot of […]

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    5 Reasons Why Tea Makes an Incredible Pre-Workout

    If you’ve ever looked at your grandma and thought, “Damn Granny, how’d you get so yolked?!” the secret’s finally out of the bag. It’s not the decades she spent carrying around children and grandchildren, and she didn’t develop those sick gainz from stirring her secret tomato sauce recipe… it’s all that tea she drinks. Wait, […]

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    Turmeric Health Benefits: A Tea Steeped for Healing

    Last updated: January 4th, 2017. Few things in this world are as soothing as a good cup of tea to relax with after a difficult day, but the health benefits of tea are worth exploring as well. You’ve got your choices; a tea can be found to appease nearly any palate. You can make tea […]

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    Tea Advent Calendars Will Keep You Warm This Winter

    Before discovering tea advent calendars, December 1st used to mean I was in for 24 days of waxy, cheap tasting chocolates that would rarely last longer than the first week or two. Now as an adult, I’ve found a much tastier (and healthier) way to count down during the holidays. Did you know? The advent […]

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    The 5 Rarest And Most Expensive Teas on Earth

    If you are anything like me, you take hobbies seriously. Maybe a little too seriously. Anytime I take on a new interest, I delve deeply into it, discovering and learning as much as possible. I want to be saturated with information. Usually, the climax of my research ends with whatever the apex of the particular […]

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    My 6 Favorite Tea Sites For Ordering Reasonably-Priced Teas Online

    Tea can be an expensive habit to get into. We’ve all been there—drooling over first-flush Darjeeling, shade-grown gyokuro, and premium-grade matcha, before having a minor panic attack over the price and wondering how twigs and leaves could possibly cost that much. You shouldn’t have to sell a kidney just to drink good tea—and now, you […]

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    5 Alternative Tea Brewing Methods You’ve Got To Try

    Most tea drinkers probably have a collection of favorite mugs, and maybe a teapot or three. Those are great everyday ways to get your fix, but sometimes you want to experiment. Maybe you have a good-quality tea that deserves something special, or maybe you want a new way to drink an old favorite. Whatever the […]

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    5 Noteworthy and Successful Tea Drinkers

    We all define success in our own ways. What one person considers to be a massive success, another might view as a futile pursuit. There are people who are rich beyond their wildest dreams, that have living families and enough free time to do as they please, including philanthropic pursuits. There are other people who […]

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    Beginner’s Guide to Cooking with Tea

    Tea’s don’t have to be confined to a cup, in fact they can be an integral part of your gourmet cooking (Or, “gourmet”… we won’t judge!) Pairing your cup of steeped tea with the perfect dinner is one thing, but actually using that tea as an ingredient for your food is entirely next-level! You can use […]

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    The Queen’s Lane Coffee (And Tea) House Is Over 300 Years Old

    The Queen’s Lane Coffee House was established in 1654 when Cirques Jobson started selling coffee. Now, over 300 years later at the corner of High Street and Queen’s Lane in Oxford, you’ll find a delightful place to enjoy a cup of coffee (or tea!) and a tasty treat. The oldest coffeehouse in Europe has an […]

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    Silly Video Tells You What Your Tea Says About You

    Just in case you don’t know anything about yourself and you need internet quizzes to tell you who you are, here’s a video to teach you what your favorite tea says about you. Just a warning, this video does have some strong language so you might not want to hit play if the kids are […]

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    You’ve Got To See These Adorable Goldfish Tea Bags Before They Swim Away

    Ever been sipping a cup of your favorite tea and stopped to think, “Gee, why isn’t there a goldfish swimming around in my cup?” In a marvel of modern technology,  the folks at Charm Villa have brought us the solution to one of life’s many small problems. I’ll never forget my first trip to the […]

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    This Clever and Important Video Uses Tea To Explain Consent

      (This is the clean version of the video. You can find another version with F-Bombs here.) This video uses tea to tackle an important and relevant topic in our world today. Sadly, some people still can’t seem to wrap their heads around what consent means so the folks at Blue Seat Studios decided to […]

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    Include Your Kids In Tea Time With Children’s Tea Sets

    Tea Parties are a quintessential part of childhood.  Children love to dress up and host such events for their family, friends and even toys.  Naturally, you’ll want to choose a tea set that is both practical and pretty for your child.  This article will briefly discuss various tea sets and the elements that you should […]

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    Rishi Tea Emerald Lily Green Tea Review

    Emerald Lily Green Tea by Rishi Tea, A Decadent Brew Tea Perspective had the privilege of trying out a couple tea’s supplied by Rishi Tea. The first one that caught our attention was this wonderful pure organic fair trade green tea. We put the kettle on and got our tea cups ready, anxiously waiting to […]

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    All About Gunpowder Green Tea

    Gunpowder green tea, also called pearl tea, is so called because of its distinctive shape. As the tea is dried, it is steamed, and then rolled into small balls resembling grains of gunpowder. Although it has now been replaced by machines, this rolling was originally done by hand. Rolling the tea can protect the flavor […]

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    How to Make Your Own Tea Party Invitations to Invite and Excite your Friends

    Part of what makes tea parties exciting are the actions you take beforehand to  create a sense of occasion.  One  way of maximizing this anticipation is by sending paper invitations or delivering them personally.  Consider: you don’t invite people to a wedding by phone or email, but through fancy invitations.  You can invite people to […]

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    Does Your Tea Make The Grade?

    Have you ever wondered about the words “orange pekoe” printed on your box of tea? For a long time, I assumed they referred to the type or flavour of tea –perhaps you have too. In fact, the name “orange pekoe” indicates is the quality and category of tea leaves. There is no standard scale for tea […]

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    The History and Legend of Yerba Mate

    The Yerba Mate tree is found in Brazil, Paraguay and Argentina.  The dried leaves of the tree are used to make the quintessentialSouth American tea: Yerba Mate.   This tea has a flavour profile comparable to green tea, but is much stronger; many people find it takes time to acquire a taste for it.  Even more […]

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    Dara Gold’s Tea Stain Art Is Simply Magnificent

    I was browsing the world wide web earlier, like any good serial-procrastinator does, and I stumbled across the coolest tea art that I just had to share with everyone! In my opinion, tea and art often go hand in hand. Whether it’s anticipating getting home after a busy day to sip your favorite leaves while […]

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    The 16 Most Interesting and Unique Tea Cups We’ve Ever Seen

    We scoured the globe for the most unique and interesting tea cups. After compiling the most interesting, we wanted to share these unique pieces of art with you; our readers. Tea means different things to different people, but one thing is certain, tea is a way of life and it is beautiful! Which is these […]

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    Our Perfect-Every-Time Chai Tea Latte Recipe

    Chai is a type of tea originating in India. It is a spiced black tea with added milk and a sweetener, but it is also much more. Each family had its own recipe and so it is not uncommon to have both sweet and spicy chai from different regions in India. For sweet chai, you […]

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    Drinking Tea Can Improve Colon Health

    There are several things that drinking tea does for the body, and improving your colon health is definitely one of them. Certain teas like green tea have high antioxidant and anti-inflammatory powers, which serve to cleanse the body of free radicals that cause cancer and accelerate the proliferation of cells. Other tea mixes simply help […]

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    Green Tea Finds Its Way Into The Snack Aisle With Green Tea Kit-Kats

    Chocolate should not be tampered with, but the Japanese are well known for doing great things with teas, so making a green tea chocolate bar would be a great idea. Nestle seems to think so, and now available in Japan and in other areas is the matcha Kit Kat bar. Launched in 2010, them matcha […]

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    Health Benefits of Cinnamon

    Cinnamon is one the better known spices used in cooking and baking. Research has clearly indicated that cinnamon is not only delicious but also healthy. Cinnamon has both nutritional and medicinal value that we will outline in this article. Blood Sugar Regulation. Research has shown that cassia cinnamon has the ability to lower the blood sugar levels […]

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    Rishi Ruby Black Tea Review

    Ruby black tea by Rishi Tea, Sheer Decadence This loose leaf black tea states it has strong exotic notes of wintergreen, camphor, allspice and tropical fruits. A wonderful flavor profile if it lives up to its claim. Black tea’s have richer flavors due to the oxidation process, allowing the consumer to explore the brews nuances […]

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    Make Green Tea Iced Tea The Easy Way

    Green tea is not just a refreshing served either hot or cold, it’s also well known for it’s health giving properties. Tea, it is commonly agreed, is an excellent antioxidant, helping to clear the body of contaminants and also linked with health benefits relating to preventing cancer and heart disease. As part of a healthy […]

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    Matcha Green Tea Benefits – Enjoy This Ancient Beverage

    Matcha green tea possesses higher nutritional benefits that regular green tea due to the fact that you consume the entire leaf when you drink matcha tea, not just a steeped brew. This higher concentration means that consuming a single cup of matcha green tea is like drinking 10 cups of an average green tea blend. […]

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    Caffeine In Green Tea VS Coffee

    For a long time, there has been a misconception among groups of people that green tea doesn’t contain any caffeine. We have talked about this at length in the past, but it still comes up sometimes. Green tea doesn’t have caffeine? This isn’t true, however, green tea does contain lower caffeine levels than coffee, and […]

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    How Effective Is Green Tea Acne Treatment?

    As you probably know… … there are many health benefits to drinking green tea, as well as many other types of tea, too. With renowned antioxidant properties that are present within it, green tea is an excellent healthy addition to a well-rounded healthy lifestyle. Indeed, it has been shown in studies that green tea’s antioxidant […]

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    Silver Needle White Tea Health Benefits and More

    In spite of tea’s position as the most popular beverage in the world, few of the world’s people realize just how healthy tea is. As a matter of fact, the health benefits from drinking tea range from aiding in digestion, to helping prevent stroke and heart disease, to aiding in cancer prevention, and even growing […]

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    A Look At The Different Types of Green Tea

    Living a healthy lifestyle with green tea, and many other types of tea for that matter, is a great way to approach health and nutrition in general. Green tea isn’t one form of tea. It is many forms of tea under one umbrella. Green Tea Types Let’s focus on four different types of green tea. […]

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    Is There Caffeine In Green Tea?

    This page will answer the question “Is There Caffeine in Green Tea?” and a whole lot more. Green Tea has made a mark in the media lately as the wonder tea that offers a range of solutions for a number of ailments.You have probabally seen different types of green tea featured on various healthy-living television […]

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    Loose Leaf Green Tea

    Green tea’s subtle yet complex flavors are well worth the process of brewing the perfect cup of tea. This begins with a high quality, fresh green tea in loose leaf form. The difference between a tea bag and a loose leaf tea is most easily measured with green tea’s. Green tea bags often contain low quality […]

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    TeaTop Review – Every Tea Bag’s Best Friend!

    Here is a nifty little tool for all you tea bag people out there! It’s called the Teatop, a lovely little piece of European design. Tea Perspective was lucky enough to get our hands on a couple of these mailed straight to us from Italy. Yes we are loose tea drinkers primarily, but its worth […]

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    What is Oolong Tea?

    Besides being the tea with the funny name, what exactly makes an Oolong tea? Like all “tea”, Oolong comes from the Camilla sinensis plant, the determining factor in making an Oolong, is the right amount of fermentation and preparation. So lets go a bit deeper and answer, “what is Oolong tea?”.   Oxidation Oolong tea leaves are […]

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    Yummiest Low Calorie Green Tea Latte Recipe using Matcha

    Here’s our green tea latte recipe, designed to be as easy on the calories as possible, and therefor also easy on the waist line! This recipe takes certain liberties to cut the calories, feel free to many any substitutions that you would like, there’s not a whole lot to this recipe, it’s simple and easy […]

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    The Facts About Decaffeinated Green Tea

    Decaffeinated tea is a popular alternative for tea drinkers who don’t want that extra caffeine content. While tea contains far less caffeine than a cup of coffee, it is still present. A moderate amount of caffeine each day is perfectly safe, too much can be a bad thing though. The general rule is if you […]

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    Green Tea Ice Cream Recipe With Matcha

    Here’s a recipe for green tea ice cream that you can make easily at home. It’s got some sugar in it, so it’s not the healthiest recipe we’ve featured on the site, but it’s alright to have a sweet tooth sometimes and it is ice cream after all, it’s meant to be enjoyed! This recipe […]

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    How Tea Can Help Solve Coffee Addiction

    There are certain aspects to drink coffee that most coffee drinks will agree upon as being among their favorite reasons for drinking coffee… Justifying our Coffee Addiction if you will. The taste The caffeine jolt they need to start the day The social aspects The ritual of it all  Coffee Addiction The problem is that […]

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    How Much Is Too Much Green Tea?

    If you’re anything like us, you love green tea. Not only is it arguably one of the more delicious types of tea, but it’s also credited with all sorts of health benefits for its high anti-oxidant content, to help with weight loss, and countless other benefits that we won’t get into here, but that we […]

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    Green Tea Matcha Recipe For Shiitake Wine Sauce

    There are hundreds of recipes that you can use to create a wide-variety of green tea matcha dishes, tea isn’t just for drinking! Here’s one that will warm your soul, your tummy, and leave you going back for a second helping. Maybe a third. No judgement. What is Soul Food? Soul food is a cuisine that’s […]

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    Make Your Own Green Tea Moisturizer

    Who doesn’t want better skin? What if we told you that green tea moisturizer can help to moisturize, and improve the health and appearance of your skin? It doesn’t have to cost much, either. There are plenty of products available on the market, but we’re not going to be looking at those, we’re going to […]

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    Easiest Iced Green Tea Recipes: Sweetened And Unsweetened

    If you have spent even a moment on this site, you’ll know we’re all about tea, obviously. We love tea, we love drinking tea, and most of all we love sharing tea information with the internet, so that everyone else can share in our passion for this miracle beverage. In Canada, we have long winters […]

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    Does White Tea Have Caffeine

    We hear this question all the time, so once and for-all does white tea have caffeine? The answer is yes, it does. However, it does have the lowest amount of caffeine compared to other tea types. The average cup of white tea contains anywhere from 6-25 mg of caffeine, where a comparable black tea contains 23-110 mg. […]

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    Make Green Tea Cookies Using Matcha Powder

    Give your classic shortbread cookies a healthful kick toward greener pastures. This shortbread cookie recipe includes matcha green tea powder, giving the cookies a distinct green color, fun for the kids and a fun way to give your dessert plate some color. Get creative with these green tea cookies. While its well known cookies are […]

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    Recipe For Vegan Banana Bread and The Best Teas To Serve With It

    Who doesn’t love the smell of fresh banana bread filling their house, the soft spongy bread with gooey little chocolate chips. This is a baking staple, so why not make a banana bread that fills you with pride every time you share a piece with company over a cup of tea. This Vegan Banana Bread […]

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    Oolong Tea Benefits

    It’s becoming more and more well known that drinking tea has countless health benefits, and this is something that makes us very excited. Along with the health benefits, which are substantial on their own, there exist many more benefits to drinking tea, and we’re going to be taking a look at many of them. Not […]

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    Sweet Tea: How To Make It Like Miss Kay and Uncle Si

    Miss Kay’s sweet tea is a smash hit on A&E’s Duck Dynasty, often prompting the question “What is in Miss Kay’s tea recipe?” It seems every scene in the show someone is enjoying a tall fresh glass of this famous drink. Miss Kay hasn’t given up her secret as of yet, but we’re going to take our best […]

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    Stay Cool with Iced Tea

    Is iced tea still healthy for you? A popular question, and the short answer is yes. This is concerning a brewed tea that has simply been cooled down and put over ice. You will have the same benefits as if you drinking a regular hot cup of tea. Lasts for days in the fridge and […]

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    Upcycling Treasures for Tea Time

    Tea drinkers are as unique as the thousands of different blends that fill their cups, but I’ve noticed that people who appreciate the importance of tea time often have good taste in other areas of their lives, as well. Whether it’s a knack for design, an eye for style, or just an appreciation for good […]

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    DAVIDsTEA Dragonwell Green Tea Review

    Try Dragonwell by David’s Tea for a majestic cup of tea. Here is a quick review about one of our favorite tea’s here at Tea Perspective, Dragonwell. This meticulously hand crafted tea is part legend and part a piece of history. This being said, the bar is set quite high. Lets dive in to this […]

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    Choosing The Right Tea For The Occasion

    There are so many different types of teas to enjoy from all around the world, sometimes it can be hard choosing the right one. On this page, we’re going to look at some popular tea-times and go over some of our personal suggestions that you might like to try, as well as explaining why. When […]

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    Conscious Teas Razzle Grass Tea Review

    Razzle Grass Tea from Conscious Teas, A Tea Broth with Depth Tea Perspective was delighted to receive a sampling of tea’s from Conscious Tea’s, a designer tea shop based out of Missouri. Packaged minimalistically, it clearly lays out the specific ingredients of each tea blend and offers a small description of each blend as well. […]