TIP OF THE DAY: Blue Tea

Today’s tip comes via one of our favorite artisan tea blenders, Tay Tea. It’s blue tea, an herbal tea from Thailand that made its way here a few years ago. It still remains largely under the radar, except at artisan tea shops that blend their own teas. Butterfly pea flower tea is made by steeping…
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TOP PICK OF THE WEEK: Pure Leaf Tea House Collection

The New Pure Leaf Teahouse Collection from Pepsico.   Pepsico has made iced tea more elegant with its new line of Pure Leaf bottled teas, the Tea House Collection. Debuting in select markets nationwide, the teas are certified USDA Organic—and so delicious, we can’t get enough of them! A super-premium line of the finest organic…
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PRODUCT: Lavender Tea

We wonder if the people who approved the name “Breakfast In Paris” for lavender tea have been to France. If they had, they’d know that lavender-accented foods do not abound in Paris. You’ll find them way south in Provence, where the lavender is grown. Perhaps the namers knew that, but felt that “Breakfast in Provence”…
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TIP OF THE DAY: Save Those Orange Peels

Don’t toss the peel! Photo courtesy IdaLovesGreen.com.   Some people prefer a banana, others an apple. Our go-to hand fruit is a bright, juicy orange. We eat enough of them to engender the question of how to repurpose the peel. Beyond zesting and making candied orange peel, we published a piece on what to do…
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