If you haven't noticed already, there's an assortment of colors that tea can come in. Tea is a classic, loved in various regions around the world, and its color assortment gives it such versatility in both appearance and taste. Ranging from dark, to mid-toned, to light, it isn't difficult to find your favorite flavor.
The perfect pair. We all have heard the cheese and wine story. But what about cheese and tea? We over at Full Leaf may be a bit bias-prone toward tea, of course–that's natural when you work at a tea company–but there are so many new flavor combinations that arise using cheese and tea that it becomes a whole different experience.
A Cherry-On-Top kind of tea cocktail. But with oranges. This cocktail really is the cherry on top! If you're into old-fashioned (or even just into whiskey), you'll have a jolly old time with this Black Tea and Burnt Honey Old Fashioned. Just the right balance between cocktail, sweet, and tea, it's bound to turn that frown, upside-down.
A tea cake for the Irish. Or the non-Irish, too. Now are the months for comfort food. This warm tea loaf is truly a cozy delight! Warm, sweet, and beautifully scented, you aren't bound to be disappointed. This tea cake is the perfect pairing for (perhaps you guessed it) a cup of tea!
Quiet comfort. Raindrops on roses and whiskers on kittens... Snowflakes that stay on my nose and eyelashes... This Coconut Rose Earl Grey Latte is richly dreamy. It warms, even in the prospects of the cooling weather and winter. One sip of this dreamy delicacy and you'll know that you've gone to heaven.
The holidays are here! Find the perfect gift for everyone on your list by following our 2017 gift guide. For long time tea lovers and for those just discovering tea, we have a gift that is sure to please. Yes, tea really is the perfect gift!
A toasty drink for a pairing with some Turkey! And incredibly, a very special Turkey Day is coming very, very soon! Not only has this year sped by, but this incredible holiday is speeding towards us. With Thanksgiving fast approaching, this slow cooker tea is bound to be a delicious hit.
Vibrant in every way. I've probably mentioned this –perhaps even a few times– but autumn is my favorite season. There is something about fall in its colors, smells, etc. that has a vibrancy that seems lost in most other seasons.
Tea's origin is a story rich in Chinese philosophy; a symbiosis of myth and fact. According to Chinese legend, an Emperor was boiling tea in a garden, when a leaf from the Camellia Sinensis plant floated into his water.