Loose Tea on the Go

Are you a tea lover who wishes they could take their lovely tea stash along with them when they leave the house? There are many ways to be able to take your loose tea with you for convenient brewing outside of the home. There are three ways that make traveling with loose tea easy and …

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Tea Cozies Keep the Party Going

"Never trust a man who, when left alone with a tea cosy, doesn't try it on!" -- Bill Connolly Nothing keeps a party going like a warm pot of tea. Conversely, nothing stops a party like a cold pot of tea. It was this realization that led to the invention and popularity of the tea …

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Yerba Mate 101

Yerba mate is not tea, at least not in the strictest sense of the word. But in North America it’s often lumped in with tea due to the fact that it’s a leafy substance that’s something like tea and because it’s steeped in water and typically served hot. But all of these finer distinctions are …

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Confessions of a Tea-Drinking Southern Belle

I heard a woman on the radio the other day speak of drinking an ice tea. I imagine many listeners out across radio-land thought that she had misspoken. She had not. Her use of the term branded her as a Southerner. It is ice tea, never mind the grammatically correct iced tea. I have had …

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