Caffeine is almost ubiquitous. Coffee beans, tea leaves, kola nuts and cacao naturally contain caffeine. It’s in many beverages and even, in small amounts, in chocolate.
Most people know wine goes well with cheese or chocolate and a cold beer pairs nicely with BBQ, but what about tea and cheese?
Adding milk and sugar to your tea and coffee? You may want to think again.
Green tea is one of the most popular beverages around the world.
A minimalistic tea shop that focuses solely on hand-dripped tea brewing methods has opened in Tokyo.
Chinese New Year is just around the corner, this time falling on January 28th.
Tea is a soothing Winter drink, and it can have pretty miraculous healing properties.
As high doses of green tea extract supplements for weight loss become more popular, potential liver toxicity becomes a concern.
Tea making is a delicate process that only the truest of enthusiasts around the world appreciate.
Just when we thought we’d discovered every dreamy drawer we could ever want, Khloe Kardashian proves us wrong.
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