A history of the honeybush tea

A history of the honeybush tea

Have you ever heard of Rooibos tea? Honeybush tea is a similar concept to Rooibos. Neither are derived from the Camellia Sinensis plant, but both plants are used as their own tea. Those teas that are not derived from the original tea plant are known as tisanes. Each...
Taking care of your Cast iron Teapot

Taking care of your Cast iron Teapot

The benefits of using an iron teapot are that they are extremely durable and will last for generations. They have an excellent ability to retain heat. They are a symbol of strength and unity, as they are made specifically from purified cast iron. Taking care of your...

Part 3: Benefits of Matcha

Benefits of Matcha – part three of the Matcha series. We have already spoken about what Matcha is in part one and how to prepare Matcha in part two. The fact of the matter is that Matcha is not just a tasty drink used for traditional and nontraditional purposes....
The origin of tea and tea bags

The origin of tea and tea bags

Tea bags and tea. When you think of these, what is the first thing you think about? Perhaps you first thought about Britain, as tea is often seen as a British drink, probably for the last 350 or so years. The story of tea, however, began long before the East India...