TIP OF THE DAY: Green Iced Tea & Types Of Green Tea

We spent much of yesterday sipping on ice-cold green tea, with lots of fresh mint. We had an overabundance of mint from the farmers market, and couldn’t think of a better use than iced tea (mint works equally well in black, green, herbal and white teas). To add fresh mint* or other herbs to tea…
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TOP PICK OF THE WEEK: Blooming Tea, Hot Or Iced

[1] Serve blooming tea iced in a wine glass or a Collins glass (photo © LWXLJMJZC | Amazon). [2] A glass teapot is the way to showcase hot blooming tea. You can typically buy them where you buy the tea (photo © Davidson’s). [3] If you don’t have a glass pot for hot tea, unfurl…
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TIP OF THE DAY: Lemon- And Lime-Infused Iced Tea

[1] A wheel of citrus is messy to pick up and squeeze, and simply adds eye appeal to the drink. Use a wedge instead (photo © Regis Hari Bouchard | Unsplash). [2] Fresh orange juice is delicious in iced tea; but again, squeeze a wedge rather than use a wheel (photo © Twinings).   June…
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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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