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Things we’ve found for you about tea…
Rooibos: Rooibos and honeybush are both plants from South Africa with similar flavors and properties. Despite their similarities, they are not the same plant. They are both used to make naturally caffeine-free herbal tea, and they are high in polyphenols.
Tea Benefits: Tea is high in antioxidants. Green tea is particularly high in catechins and polyphenols. Black tea is high in theaflavins and thearubigins. Oolong tea, as usual, is caught somewhere in between green tea and black tea.
Formosa Oolong Tea: Formosa! Really, to be honest, it’s just an old name for Taiwan. But it’s a nice oolong. Smells like fruit, autumn leaves, fig, and watermelon.
Lapsang Souchong: This is the most delicious discovery I’ve had since Hatch chilis. Crushed and sprinkled on anything savory (think cheese sandwiches, soup, stew, or pizza) is the best thing ever. This black tea imparts a smoky flavor that is totally delicious in savory foods.
Yerba Mate Benefits: Yerba Mate has lots of health benefits.
Tea Benefits: Any green or black tea. I found this article today: “Drink five cups of tea a day…”
Lapsang Souchong Tea: telsaan’s “toasted marshmallow” recipe
Tea Benefits: Here’s an article about caffeine and catechins burning fat for a short while after consuming them. Caffeine and catechins are in tea.
Tea Benefits: Why college students should drink tea.
Iced Tea: Iced tea is great for picnics and cookouts! Method 1: Brew your tea the same way you would for hot tea, then chill. Method 2: Brew your tea hot with half as much water (or twice as much tea), then add ice. Method 3: Brew your tea in cold water overnight in the fridge; use the same amounts of water and tea leaves as you would for hot tea. Sweeten to taste.
25g of tea is almost one ounce. It should produce 16-24 servings depending on how strong you steep it and the type of tea.