#NationalTeaDay is the perfect excuse to put on a brew and savour its delights – and it’s TODAY.
Premium tea is replacing wine as the tipple of choice for businessmen as long boozy lunches become a thing of the past.
For centuries, poppy seed tea has been used for its narcotic, analgesic, antidiarrheal, or euphoric effects, or as a substitute for opiates. What are the risks associated with this herbal beverage?
Coffee drinking could be overtaking the office tea round as workers search for a caffeine jolt, but the hunt for a clean tea mug still continues in many offices.
Coffee is no good for you – that’s the received wisdom, at least.
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.
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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.