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Greek Mountain Tea

Greek Mountain Tea

Dandelion Root

Dandelion Root

Taraxacum officinaleDandelion root (Taraxacum officinale) has a long history of use in herbal medicine, dating back centuries. Both Eastern and Western cultures have recognized its medicinal benefits.
Chicory Root

Chicory Root

Cichorium intybusChicory root has a long history of use in herbalism, dating back to ancient Egypt and Greece. In traditional herbal medicine, chicory root has been used to support digestion, liver health, and as a diuretic. 
Pussimbing Garden, Tiger Hill Peak

Pussimbing Garden, Tiger Hill Peak

The Pussimbing Tea Estate, located in Darjeeling's Tiger Hill Peak, has a rich history dating back to the late 19th century. Their teas are renowned for their unique fruity, wintergreen, and minty characteristics, along with vintage Muscatel flavors in the second flush.
Darjeeling First Flush Harvest 2023

Darjeeling First Flush Harvest 2023

Darjeeling is one of most celebrated tea origins in the world and is a paragon of terroir flavor expression, earning it the title the “Champagne of Tea”. The name of the region derives from Dori Ling, the very place where the Hindu deity Indra’s thunderbolt struck the ground.
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.
Silver Needles Grapefruit Mimosa

Silver Needles Grapefruit Mimosa

A fun, refreshing twist on a brunch classic.
Houjicha Chai Toast

Houjicha Chai Toast

With the toffee-like tasting notes of chai and creamy nature of butter, your favorite bread just found its match.
Yen Bai

Yen Bai

Yen Bai, located in Northern Vietnam, is known for its production of unique spices and teas.
Lao Cai, Vietnam

Lao Cai, Vietnam

Lao Cai, located in Northern Vietnam, is a region known for its rich tea production and cultural diversity. The province is nestled in the Hoang Lien Son mountain range, providing an ideal environment for tea cultivation.
Zhenghe, Fujian, China

Zhenghe, Fujian, China

The tea region of Zhenghe, also located in the Fujian province of China, holds significant importance in the production and original development of traditional white tea. Zhenghe is known as the birthplace of white tea, where the first historical production of white tea took place sometime in the 18th Century.
Shikoku Islands, Japan

Shikoku Islands, Japan

Shikoku Islands, located in southwestern Japan, is the smallest of the country's four main islands. It is known for its unique climate and agricultural practices.
Nara, Kyoto, Japan

Nara, Kyoto, Japan

The tea region of Nara in Kyoto, Japan is known for its production of matcha, a finely ground powdered green tea. Nara, located in the southern part of Kyoto Prefecture, has a long history of tea cultivation and is renowned for its high-quality teas, as well as its contribution to the art of tea ceremonies.
Kampot, Cambodia

Kampot, Cambodia

Kampot, located in southern Cambodia, is renowned for its unique characteristics as a prime region for cultivating herbs, spices, and pepper crops.
Houjicha Banana Walnut Bread

Houjicha Banana Walnut Bread

If you love eating your tea as much as drinking it then this recipe will probably appeal to you. Unlike matcha, houjicha powder is not commonly used in cakes and cookies. It’s rich and toasty flavor is a welcome addition to anything chocolaty or nutty and stands up well to the sweetness of bananas.

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