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Amy Chaplin's Favorite Hibiscus Winter Drinks

Amy Chaplin's Favorite Hibiscus Winter Drinks

Hibiscus has a surprisingly tart flavor which is met well with the earthy sweet flavors of maple syrup. It stands up well to spices and roots like star anise, cinnamon and ginger and you could add a couple of cloves if you wanted a more pronounced “mulled wine” flavor. Whichever way you decide to serve it—everyone will love it including kids and your sober curious friends.
Jasmine Blossom

Jasmine Blossom

JasminumJasmine has a historical background dating back centuries. This flowering plant is native to tropical and subtropical regions, with its origins believed to be in the Middle East or South Asia.
Comparing Vietnamese Cassia with Ceylon Cinnamon

Comparing Vietnamese Cassia with Ceylon Cinnamon

The History of Earl Grey

The History of Earl Grey

Earl Grey tea is one of the most recognized and widely drunk tea blends in the world. Its distinct flavor comes from the addition of oil extracted from the rind of the bergamot orange, a fragrant citrus fruit.
Lana del Fog

Lana del Fog

This cozy, zero proof latte “Lana del Fog” packs all the best qualities of a London Fog - developed by our partners at Discourse Coffee in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
matcha-rose-latte

Matcha Rose Latte

Matcha, white tea rose, and milk combine in this creamy, cozy beverage that’s perfect hot or cold.
Greek Mountain Tea

Greek Mountain Tea

The Sideritis plant is an original wild herb that is generally known as "Tsai Tou Vounou" in Greek (Tea of the Mountain). The many varieties of Sideritis “Greek Mountain Tea” are some of the most precious and revered medicinal plants in Greek history. The plant's name comes from the Greek word "sideros," meaning iron, thanks to the ancient folk tales of the Sideritis plant’s healing effect on wounds caused by iron weapons. 
Apartment 5B

Apartment 5B

A refreshing and tropical zero proof cocktail with flavors of juicy berries, tart hibiscus and zesty lime.
Pu’er Tea: The Tea of Teas

Pu’er Tea: The Tea of Teas

Collected by connoisseurs, Pu’er Tea is geographically indicated and exclusively produced in Yunnan and the original birthplace of human’s interaction and enjoyment of tea consumption. Pu’er Tea is a special type of tea that is usually sold in compressed cakes or bricks that are cellared, aged and appreciated for its vintage and unique attributes that are similar to fine wine. All Pu’er is made with Sun-dried green tea that is slightly oxidized and fermented according to recipes that shape the incomparable and collectible characteristics of Pu’er tea. 
The Story of Ancient Tea in Thailand and the Old Tea Trees Found in Doi Wawee

The Story of Ancient Tea in Thailand and the Old Tea Trees Found in Doi Wawee

Tea cultivation and tea eating culture spread to northern Thailand during the 11th and 12th centuries, if not earlier. There are some assumptions about the first appearance of ancient tea trees in the northern region of Thailand.
Chili'n Mango

Chili'n Mango

An exotic blend of turmeric, mango, and plum.
Boost Up

Boost Up

An energizing tea cocktail highlighting elderberry and ginger, both known as adaptogenic herbs.
Thai Fashioned

Thai Fashioned

An Southeast Asian-inspired variation with holy basil, guava, and a variety of spices.
Peach Melange

Peach Melange

Peach and Grenadine syrups combine for an enticing blend of fruity flavors.
Muscatel Rose

Muscatel Rose

A blend of white grape flavors and floral notes reminiscent of dessert wine.

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