In celebrating a year of taking to you about tea; we are giving away the following VIVA Tea Strainer and 100g tea to the first 5 individuals who follow the below instruction on this post.
Rooibos tea is both an indigenous plant and proudly South African product that has been used for thousands of years as a herbal remedy and as a beverage for the cultures across South Africa.
The preparation of Matcha is the focus of Japanese tea ceremonies and it has long been associated with Zen rituals.
Ginger is among the healthiest spices, it is loaded with nutrients that have powerful benefits for your body and brain. It has been used to help digestion, reduce nausea and help fight the flu and common cold, to name a few.
We all have the traditional ceramic teapots with 6 cups that we receive as house warming or wedding gifts but these are not the types of teapots we are talking about today. We are talking about tea pots to brew your loose leaf tea.
The one thing I researched on extensively during my pregnancy was tea and the health benefits for expecting mums. I had stocked up on every tea mentioned in the same line as pregnancy & breastfeeding and today I’m going to share the knowledge with you.
It is common to see Rooibos consumed as tea but is it tea? Please allow me to be scientific just for the purpose of this blog. Rooibos is actually a herbal infusion and is not classified as tea. Rooibos is not TEA? Technically it’s not.
Because white tea is carefully harvested and processed, it contains far more antioxidants than any other form of tea, even the highly popular green variety.
When embarking on a detox, what you eat is also important. Green tea should be incorporated into a healthy meal plan and exercise regime.
Tis the season for INDULGENCE: family time, fun in the sun, shopping, picnics, long lazy lunches, extra cold drinks and delicious ICE TEAS !!!