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Here is the answer to yesterday’s TEA QUIZ: "Where do "Formosa" teas come from?"
Answer: D. Taiwan.
"Formosa" was the colonial name given by the Portuguese to the island of Taiwan. "Formosa" means beautiful and the name is still used today to designate some teas originating from Taiwan. Find out what some of these teas are here: http://www.therighttea.com/types-of-tea.html
What is your type of tea? There are several varieties of tea, more than you can imagine. Here we will guide you through the most common and known types of tea.
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TEA TIP OF THE DAY: Did you know there are two varieties of chamomile? Roman chamomile and German chamomile. Both are calming in nature and make a wonderfully floral herbal tea. Find out more about the benefits of this tea here: http://www.therighttea.com/chamomile-tea.html
Chamomile tea is one of the best known and loved of all herbal teas. Whenever you feel ill have a nice cup of this herbal tea.
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TEA TIP OF THE DAY: A cup of marigold tea may be sweetened with honey, making it a wonderful tonic that may help keep your heart happy.
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Here is the answer to yesterday’s TEA QUIZ: True or False: You can drink as much as you want of an herbal tea.
Answer: False. Some herbal teas should be taken for short periods of time and you should always respect the recommended dosage. Find out what other herbal tea myths exist here:
http://www.therighttea.com/herbal-tea-myth.html
Today we take a deeper look at ten herbal tea myths! Sometimes, it is just things we hear or never thought to ask.
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New Year Tea Tip:
Having people over for a New Year's party and don't know what to serve the kids? Don't worry, there is still plenty of time. Squeeze lemon and orange juice into ice cubes trays, freeze them. Make a pitcher of tea and place the juicy ice cubes for extra flavor. Cut up pieces of fruit into the tea, too.
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TEA QUIZ: Where do "Formosa" teas come from?
A. Japan
B. India
C. Brazil
D. Taiwan
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TEA TIP OF THE DAY: Chaparral tea is full of antioxidants and may be used as a blood cleanser fighting fungus, bacteria and viruses helping to prevent infection. However, you should be careful, this tea should only be taken under medical supervision as it may cause liver damage, if it is not used carefully.
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TEA TIP OF THE DAY: Korean tea culture receives great influence from its two neighboring countries: China and Japan. From China, Koreans took cultivation and processing techniques along with the love of loose leaf tea. From Japan, Korea received the influence of its tea ceremony, although it practices a much more relaxed version in its way. Learn more about Korean tea here: http://www.therighttea.com/korean-tea.html
Korean tea encompasses a great variety of teas, from real tea derived from the camellia sinensis to herbal teas made from a multitude of other herbs and fruits.
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TEA TIP OF THE DAY: Some teas are picked more than once throughout the year. Each harvest is called a “flush”. This first flush takes place in early spring; the second is in early summer; a third in late summer and a fourth flush is an autumnal flush.
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TEA TIP OF THE DAY: Have you heard of “specialty teas”? This name refers to fine teas with unique and exceptional qualities. Tea leaves are whole to best reveal their flavor and aroma. Specialty teas are sold in loose leaf tea and not in tea bags.
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True or False: You can drink as much as you want of an herbal tea.
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TEA TIP OF THE DAY: Did you know that today Kenya is one of the top exporters of tea in the world? Throughout history tea cultivation spread from Asia to other parts of the world: from Russia to New Zealand, Ecuador and Uganda and many other countries.
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