Sencha Green Tea makes your metabolism faster, shield you from toxins and is able to let you have some quality time with your loved ones.
This type of green tea is drunk warm during the winter season or whenever it is cold. Another way to drink this type of green tea is over ice whenever it is the summer or if the weather is warm.
Cold teas are more popularly known as iced tea in most places. They are served with ice and could be or could not be sweetened.
Whether its the act of kindness by performing the ancient art of preparing and enjoying a cup of tea by yourself or with a loved one or the many health benefits received through each sip, we can guaranTEA that a cup of your favourite brew will brighten each day.
According to Chinese legend, tea was discovered in remote antiquity when Shennong Shi, one of the Three Emperors and the first Chinese herbal doctor, was roaming in the countryside looking for medicinal herbs.
Tea has a long and interesting history to it. In this article we look at the history of Sencha Green Tea Among the types of Japanese green tea prepared, “sencha” is distinguished from such specific types as gyokuro and bancha.
The tea ceremony chado/sado is the ritualized preparation and serving of “powdered green tea” in the presence of guests.
As the name suggests, peppermint tea is an infusion of peppermint. Peppermint tea is also known by the name of mint tea, at times. The tea is caffeine-free naturally and has different health benefits.
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There are a number of varieties of Japanese tea which are all made from an identical tea plant, Camilla Sinensis but are processed differently.
Researchers from The Tokushima School of Medicine discovered that Oolong tea increased energy expenditure by 10%, compared to the 4% increase from green tea, making Oolong slimming tea 250% more effective at boosting the metabolism than green tea.
This fresh iced tea makes a great end to a long summers day…
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