Around 159 million Americans drink tea every day and this number is predicted to rise. The Tea Association of the USA, for instance, found that premium tea bag sales grew by 18% in 2020 alone, fueled in no small part by a growing interest in stress-relieving beverages. Tea is also the buzzword in the health food sector because it is part of the growing plant-based movement. If you love nothing more than the fragrant aroma of steam rising from your tea kettle, make sure you stay on top of your game by sipping on the following trends.

 

Tea Drops, a organic whole leaf tea shaped into fun drops, collaborated with Japanese juggernaut Sanrio for a Hello Kitty-themed tea line. This is the tea company’s first majorly branded partnership since its launch six years ago.

 

Be it coffee, tea or alcohol, your drink of choice has an impact on the environment. Luckily, there are some beverage companies, like BOS Brands, that value sustainability, making it possible for your tea habit to benefit the planet.

 

Tea is replacing coffee in the classic Espresso Martini. How on earth is it possible? With BOSpresso®, an organic rooibos espresso from BOS Brands!

 

Flowers can make almost anything look better, including your home and a fitted suit. However, men and women alike who enjoy receiving bouquets may overlook its other uses for flowers. Many cultures use flowers in cooking, including our own, as either a garnish or as hors d’oeuvres. You can even improve the look of various drinks with petals, or whole flowers.

 

Hot summer days require cold, refreshing beverages, do you agree? They are perfect to combine with ice cream, frozen yogurt or light snacks. During summer, it is a real challenge to find a drink that is light, easy to digest, but refreshing and healthy for the body. Some drinks are served at room temperature, and our advice is to avoid them for the summer, but rather drink them in winter. These include whisky or rum, which can sometimes be too difficult to digest due to their high percentage of alcohol. Keep reading to find out which drinks you can drink if you want to beat the heat! Pro tip: keep the water intake high when temperature is on the rise!

 

Green teas are immensely popular right now. But are you confused by the differences between the various types? Take matcha and green tea – are they the same? Do these teas have distinct health benefits? And should you choose matcha or green tea for your optimum wellbeing?

 

Drinks tend to be the trickiest sources of sugar and calories in your diet. Despite some drinks with seemingly a healthy and nutritious presentation, you’ll never know how much sugar they had in them, which may largely affect any diet you’re observing. In particular, freshly pressed fruit juices, coffee drinks, even your favorite refreshing sodas contain large amounts of sugar, increasing your likelihood of gaining fat and make it difficult for your body to get into ketosis. 

 

There are two types of people in the world – those who partake in the use of marijuana and those who are too scared to come to the party. Tea lovers see the world in a similar way. There are those who love cooking with tea and freaks who have no reason to be alive. 

 

Ginger is know for its many health benefits and is often used as a natural remedy. Ginger is loaded with loads of vitamins and minerals including magnesium and amino acids which aid blood flow and decrease the chances of cardiovascular diseases.