Tumeric, also known as Indian saffron, has been used for centuries in Ayurvedic and Chinese medicine to treat inflammatory, digestive and skin diseases, and to fight infections. In recent years, Tumeric has gained attention from Western science for its medicinal properties. Curcumin, a compound in Tumeric, helps prevent the growth of cancer cells, and helps prevent chronic diseases, such as diabetes and Alzheimers. The benefits of Tumeric and honey in tea are many! Pop into The Silva Spoon and experience our 'Golden Milk' - fresh Tumeric mixed with our very own spices, and frothed in the jug with Almond Milk and sweetened with a hint of honey.
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I found an interesting article about the taste of green tea. How does to taste to you? Many folks believe that green tea has a displeasing flavour that will be too vegetal to enjoy or get used to. Well, I won’t lie to you, some varieties do have a somewhat grassy taste, but the amazing thing is that your tongue will open up to it. It may take about 4 to 5 cups, but it happens, you adapt. And usually after that, you’ll WANT a tea with an awesome and strong vegetal taste now that the flavour has a certain “sweetness”. Just give it a chance.