Teacups come in many shapes, colors, and sizes. Some look like small bowls, while others are ornate and opulent with graceful curvatures, feet, and handles. The material of the teacup is something you’ll want to pay close attention to protect the integrity of your tea. Where Did The Teacup Come From? Tea came to fruition […]
Simplicity attracts tea drinkers to this high-quality tea. It flies solo in the tea industry. So, what’s all of the hype with single-origin tea? Why Does A Tea Have One Origin? A quality one-origin tea is cultivated, harvested, and processed in that same origin. In the tea industry, you’ll find this tea marketed as “SOT.”
UAE consumes 1.60 lb of tea per capita per year. Over 42,000 lbs of Black tea are consumed across the UAE daily. UAE is the largest tea re-exporter worldwide, covering 60% of the global tea demand thanks to the perfect geographical location between the East and the West. History of Tea in UAE Most of
Lebanon consumes 1 lb of tea per capita per year. The favorite infusion among Lebanese is strong Ceylon tea, often spiced with cinnamon and cardamom. Lebanon is the 75th largest tea exporter worldwide, boasting its own variant of Black tea with rose and blossom. History of Tea in Lebanon Lebanese tea culture dates back centuries
Moroccan people drink 2.7 lb of tea per capita per year. Their favorite and traditional infusion is mint tea. History of Moroccan Tea There is a belief that tea was first introduced to Morocco in the 12th century by Phoenicians while others say that the nomadic Berber tribes imported it from Asia even before that.
British people drink 4.28 lb of tea per capita per year. They are the globally most known nation for tea consumption although the Turks drink even more tea. Before the 1700s no one was drinking tea in the UK while in the 1800s everyone was hooked to it. History of British Tea Tea was introduced
Cozy on up to get a better, close up look at what’s in your teacup. We reveal some pertinent info about your tea that you don’t want to miss! Is Tea Good Or Bad For Health? There’s a barrage of information coming from all angles about whether or not tea is considered a healthy drink.
How would you like to take a journey through a world of beautiful and delicate utensils that serve as a bridge to various cultures and one’s inner self? In looking past the exterior of pieces that retain our tea, we find the unexpected! What Is Teaware? Teaware consists of those items needed to brew and
What do you do on those days when stress is high, work is unrelenting, the kids are screaming, or you feel a nasty cold coming on? Relief and recovery are only a teacup away! This is a read you don’t want to miss because you will find it highly beneficial. What Are “Moods?” We are