Oolong tea: The Long and Short of What You Need to Know

Time to learn more about Oooooloong! Though green tea and black tea are the most basic types of tea, there are actually many more delicious options. Oolong may not be a well known type of tea in the United States, but it is one of the most popular tea varieties in Asia. The name oolong […]

All About Pu-erh Tea

So, it sounds kind of funny to us Westerners…but don’t knock it until you’ve tried this heavy hitting tea! You’ll be happy you did!

Oolong Vs. Green Tea: What You Need to Know

The variety of tea types that are available can be somewhat overwhelming. All teas are produced from the leaves and buds of the Camellia sinensis plant, but processing and fermentation methods create separate types of tea with distinct flavors. Different teas offer different health benefits and different tastes, so you can easily find a tea […]

Why You Need to Start Drinking Tulsi Tea

The Secrets of Tulsi…Unveiled There’s undeniable evidence that tulsi tea has improved the health of people on many levels. Studies show tulsi changes us physically, metabolically, chemically, and psychologically in a good way. One of the easiest ways to consume this therapeutic herb is by drinking tulsi tea. When Dr. Mercola did a segment on […]

Bang! All About Gunpowder Tea

It’s always good to learn about something new. Enter – Gunpowder tea. The term “Gunpowder tea” may seem scary to say, but there’s nothing to be afraid of. A major part of the term refers to how the rolled tea leaves react to hot water when steeped or brewed. The realization of the large amount […]

Genmaicha vs. Matcha: What You Need to Know

Herbal treatments are gaining popularity by those who want more natural, organic answers to their health and wellness problems. Why trust in man-made, artificial, chemical-filled products, when you can use a more pure herb directly from Mother Nature? Here is what you need to know when comparing two very popular herbal tea products: Genmaicha and […]

Gyokuro vs Matcha: What You Need to Know

Much like British and Irish people enjoy various kinds of tea, Japanese tea also has several different types, each of which have their own subtle flavor and aroma. Though the sheer variation can be an adventure, it makes a starting point overwhelming to find.