Many of us Brits love a cup of tea, and the production of the nation’s favourite drink is so important that the United Nations has designated May 21 as International Tea Day.


A cup of piping hot tea can lift one’s spirit any day. For many people, it’s the answer to any issue they may face. And in one movie, the excellent Ralph Fiennes even uttered, ‘It [black tea] offers a soothing balm when facing some hard home truths.’ 


As a student, staying energetic is essential to focus and work. However, the high levels of sugar and caffeine in most energy drinks can cause collapse later on. Instead, this article provides a list of student recovery drinks that do not require much time or money to prepare and are good for them.


A great way to bust out that snooty outfit you’ve been saving for a grand occasion is to indulge in a gorgeously sophisticated High Tea. Think scones, sarmies, and all things dainty, bite-sized, and delicious. Should you find yourself in Cape Town, here are 5 top places to go and enjoy a scrumptious High Tea.


CBD infused tea is quickly becoming one of the most popular beverages on the market. From its calming effects to its delicious taste, there are plenty of reasons why people are turning to CBD-infused teas as a way to relax and unwind. 


Rooibos can be a great ingredient for a morning energy boosting smoothie, regardless of the fact that it contains no caffeine. Brighten up your day with this Rooibos smoothie with Banana.


Rooibos tea may be an acquired taste for some, but many learn to love it in no time. With many proven benefits and zero caffeine, rooibos is a great replacement for pure teas. To get the most benefits, you should be enjoying the tea you are drinking. Thankfully, rooibos is an extremely versatile tea and you can use it in many ways. Use it as an herbal infusion when cooking or add some rooibos to your morning smoothie.


If you’re looking for a refreshing drink to help cool you down this summer, bubble tea (milk tea) might be the thing. Bubble tea includes black or green tea, milk, and tapioca pearls. The pearls are chewy and sweet and give the drink its name. 


Quench your thirst the Pandoran way! This is the Pandora-inspired drink that visitors to the Tokyo Disney Resort will be able to sample during the opening week of Avatar, Way of Water. One of the exotic flavours included in this otherworldly drink is none other than South African favourite, Rooibos. Patrons are in for a real treat as the drink can also be lit up to reflect the wonder of Pandora.


Leading scientists in the field of tea research recently met virtually at the Sixth International Scientific Symposium on Tea and Human Health to discuss the current state of knowledge and the gaps in understanding about the benefits of tea. Researchers discussed many topics at the symposium, which included the potential beneficial effects of tea on cardiovascular health, cognitive function, and the prevention of cancer.