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    This Gin and Tonic Tea Will Impress Your Drunkest Friend

    Fortnum & Mason, a company that’s been around since 1707, has a new take on tea and a new take on… gin and tonic?! Now, before we go any further, it’s worth pointing out that this tea doesn’t have a single drop of alcohol in it. It’s made from green tea along with a blend […] More

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    You’ll Fawn Over This Teacup When It Touches The Saucer

    Do you know what anamorphosis is? It’s a distorted image, at first glance, but when looking at it from a particular angle or using a mirror or lens, it shows up normal. It’s easier to show it than to explain it: There are tons of cool examples of anamorphosis out there (here’s a gallery with […] More

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    Liverpool Is Officially The Tea Capital of the UK

    If you take the name “Liverpool” literally, it sounds like the description of perhaps the most disgusting type of tea you could ever imagine… a pool of steeping liver? No thanks. Thankfully, the name of this city has absolutely¬†nothing to do with the way their like to enjoy their tea. And they certainly do enjoy […] More

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    We Got An Early Taste of a New Premium Matcha You Can’t Buy Yet

    We recently featured a new brand of matcha tea called Material Matcha Uji who are up to some very cool things over in Japan, where they’ve spent years learning nearly-lost techniques for making matcha tea from scratch, techniques that could one day become lost due to processes being taken over by machines (and robots. evil, […] More

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    What’s The Deal With Tazo Tea, Teavana, and Starbucks?

    For most people, this is probabally old news, but I hadn’t noticed this until recently. Starbucks has made some big moves into the world of tea over the years, including Tazo Tea along with Teavana. Starbucks went with Teavana for their stores over Tazo, with the Tazo Tea brand still being available in grocery stores […] More

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    Thoughts on Tea as a Replacement for Coffee?

    If you follow Tea Perspective regularly, you’ll know that we mostly cover all things tea related, but we also veer into the world of coffee fairly often as well. This is kind of a rambling post and it’s not very meaty, just some quick thoughts (heads up.) While there are people who will only drink […] More

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    Yerba Mate Benefits 101: A Quick Crash Course

    Did you know that there is a beverage that possesses the health advantages of tea, the feeling of euphoria that comes from eating chocolate, and the strength of black coffee? The drink is known as yerba mate tea. The tea is made from healthy and naturally caffeinated leaves of the holly tree which are abundantly […] More

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    Jam in Tea

    Talking about jam in tea is not just a discussion about a less common sweetener for the centuries-old hot beverage; the topic is a gateway into the history of several interesting and little known aspects of tea drinking itself! Making life a little sweeter with jam in tea Using a fruit jam or preserve is […] More

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    Joe Rogan Tears Into “Bulletproof Coffee” For Making False Claims

    So this whole “bulletproof” thing has been around for a few years now, and for much, much longer than that if you look at the idea of putting fats and oil into coffee, and not just the current name for this trend. Adding ghee, butter, or coconut oil (or a combination of them) has been […] More

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    Why Would Anybody Drink Agrimony Tea?

    Agrimony (Agrimonia eupatoria) is a hardy, perennial flowering plant or shrub that is part of the rose family. There are over a dozen different species of Agrimony which are found throughout Asia, Europe, the UK, and North America and in parts of Africa. These plants are found growing in the wild and are also cultivated […] More

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    This Country’s Tea Harvest Is In Serious Danger Due To Contaminated Water

    In the¬†Himalayan foothills, there was a ton of rain mid to late august, which has lead to dolomite contamination of water, which flows towards the foothills from mines that are being run illegally in Bhutan, as per the India Times. Dolomite is a mineral that can form into sedimentary rocks. In and of itself, this […] More

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