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.
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.
Living a healthy lifestyle is so important! In a world full of fast food, Netflix, soda, and video games it can be difficult to make healthy choices. One easy way to introduce a new nutritious habit into your schedule is to drink tea!
This week I am choosing to spotlight one of my all-time favorite teas, Organic Chai Pu-Erh! Pu-Erh tea has a rich and malty taste. This earthy flavor pairs perfectly with chai! Cinnamon, ginger root, and cardamoms mix with the Pu-Erh to create a spicy flavor that is both refreshing and energizing.
So many friends have talked to me about, "how long to steep" different types of tea like it's a LAW. If it steeps one second too long, its RUINED, right?! Now, there are recommended steeping times for different types of teas.