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.
"I do not like green eggs and ham. I do not like them, Sam-I-Am." Or, in this case, green rice. Strange, I'm sure it sounds. And probably looks. But you have got to give this a try. Matcha + cardamom + rice = Best meal accent ever. The zesty, sweet notes of the cardamom, along with the earthy taste of matcha impregnate this rice with a blast of 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.
"April showers bring May flowers." They also bring new teas! And not just any teas, but some Premium Loose Leaf tea as well as a plethora of Wellness Blends! These teas are most definitely to the nines – buoyant and high-class. Featuring both new as well as classic tastes, along with some new ingredients, you're going to want to sample them all. And believe me, I have!
Craving something sweet? And quite possibly, caffeinated? Even better yet, healthy? This three-ingredient nice cream will have you licking your lips! The other day, I was chatting with our artisan tea blender and he mentioned banana ice cream. You know, frozen bananas, blended up with vanilla extract?
Pink for all the right reasons <3 It's almost Valentines Day, so we are celebrating pink with our pinkiest teas! Get in on the pink sensation with these three teas: Organic Pink Tea, Organic Passion Tea, and Organic Pink Grapefruit!
All your questions? Answered. What is matcha? Matcha is a powdered green tea. It is made by grinding down the finest green tea leaves into a super fine powder. This powder can be whisked with water to make a cup of tea, or blended into smoothies and recipes for a health boost!
Hot Toddy, Hot Whiskey, Hot Wow. Hot Toddy's resonate with pleasant memories for me. My first go at it was a weekend in Ireland while I was studying in England for a semester. Long story short, after being stuck in a plane on the tarmac for hours and spending an entire day in an airport (after being very hungover, might I add), I was feeling heavy with a chest cold that weekend.
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.