Recipes: Enjoy Tea with Osmanthus Taste

Sweet osmanthus, also known as Osmanthus Fragrans, is a Chinese flower that’s often used in the Chinese kitchen to prepare desserts.┬áThe flowers are super fragrant and release a buttery sweet apricot scent. In this post we’re going to introduce you some classic blends with osmanthus that you should try out at home! Before we move… Continue reading Recipes: Enjoy Tea with Osmanthus Taste

Green Tea and Black Tea Caffeine

When it comes to comparing tea with coffee or comparing different tea categories, the most discussed topic is caffeine content. While it’s safe to assume that any tea should have significantly less caffeine than coffee, this is more difficult for caffeine levels between tea types. Based on general consensus we can assume the amount of… Continue reading Green Tea and Black Tea Caffeine

New Antibacterial Coating made from Green Tea and Salt

Researchers at Northwestern University have found a new bacterial coating made from Green Tea and Salt. They discovered new ways of utilizing the properties of naturally occurring polyphenols found in green tea, red wine and dark chocolate in this study. By dissolving polyphenol powders in water with a small amount of salt instantly they found… Continue reading New Antibacterial Coating made from Green Tea and Salt

13 Things To Do With Your Leftover Green Tea Leaves

Green Tea is pretty great. It has tons of health benefits, clears you mind, and tastes great too. Of course, you drink it loose because that’s how you get a better taste profile, but in the end you have all of these tea leaves you can either throw away or find something better to do… Continue reading 13 Things To Do With Your Leftover Green Tea Leaves