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  • Coconut Milk Rooibos Chai Coconut Milk Rooibos Chai

    Coconut Milk Rooibos Chai
    Strongly recommend this recipe if you like creamy coconut flavour mixed with spices. Combination of coconut and chai spices are amazing !
    How to make:
    * Ingredients
    2-3 teaspoons of Rooibos Chai
    3/5 cup boiling water
    1 tablespoons agave nectar (or sugar)
    1/2 cup coconut milk, well-stirred
    Ice Cream (or ice cube)
    * Method
    Steep Zen Tea Rooibos Chai in hot [...]

  • Health Benefit of Tumeric Ginger Health Benefit of Tumeric Ginger

    Below articles are from http://www.turmerictea.net/ , and it shows most of health benefits of Tumeric Ginger tea ( http://zentealife.com/tea/type/herb-fruit/herb-tumeric-organic.html) we carry.
    Turmeric and ginger are two herbs much appreciated for their anti-oxidant and anti-inflammatory quality. These two herbs are considered to be wonder herbs in the Ayurvadic pharmacopoeia. They are used together and separately for a [...]

  • Tea quiz and free samples!

    Free TEA sample for Vancouverites!
    We will send you 3 free tea samples every week. We believe tea helps people to relieve their body and soul. We hope to spread the benefits of tea in the Metro Vancouver area.
    Who can apply?
    1.    Residents who live in Metro Vancouver area. 2. Tea drinkers or those who intend to [...]

  • Iced Rooibos Chai Latte

    Iced Rooibos chai Latte

    Chai is not only good for winter but also excellent in Summer. I made iced rooibos chai latte and really great in summer! I would like to share my recipes.
    3 teaspoon of rooibos chai(or massala chai)
    Half cup of milk
    3-5 ice cubes
    Syrup (vanilla, or sugar)
    ♡how to make♡
    1. Make 2/3 cup of chai tea [...]

  • How to Meditate While Drinking Tea

    Try this simple step by step process to discover a wonderful way to start the day.
    1. Start the day slowly. Jumping out of the bed to start the day is very common, but we'd never expect our car to rev up cold, so why expect yourself to do this? Take it easy.
    Observe how a cat [...]

  • Hojicha Cookies

    Sunday morning, I made one of my favorite cookies - Hojicha cookies. Mellow roasted nut flavour of Hojicha(roasted Japanese green tea) goes well with cookies amazingly! They are very nice with a hot cup of tea(English breakfast, Assam, Ceylon, Earl Grey, Strawberry cream black). Strongly recommend this recipes if you like some special flavour of [...]

  • How to make Masala Chai

    There is no end to the diversity of recipes for making your own chai. Brewing chai is fun and allows you to experiment until you get it 'just right' for your personal taste.
    Chai is basically black tea brewed with selected spices and milk. Each ingredient adds subtle flavor changes and brewing methods vary widely. In [...]

  • Brief Korean Tea Culture and History

    Like its Pacific Rim neighbors, Japan, China, and Indochina, Korea is also a tea-drinking country with a rich ceremonial tea culture. Also like them, Korea owes its tea heritage to the enthusiasm and devotion of Buddhist monks who traveled the globe spreading the opportunity for enlightenment and the special alertness that tea contributes to the [...]

  • Chinese Tea Basics

    Anyone who has any interest at all in tea recognize the fascinating links between modern tea drinking and Ancient china. Tea is deeply woven into the history and culture of China. The beverage is considered one of the seven necessities of Chinese life, along with firewood, rice, oil, salt, soy sauce and vinegar. Recognized from [...]

  • Drinking tea may help prevent chronic illnesses

    Research has long shown the antioxidant properties and health benefits of drinking tea, but new findings suggest that tea may also have significant preventative properties against chronic disease.
    Recent findings were discussed Wednesday at the Fifth International Scientific Symposium on Tea and Human Health in Washington, D.C.
    "If there's anything that can confidently be communicated to the public [...]

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