Tea Tales — fruit tea
Which came first, coffee or tea?
Coffee and tea, just like peanut butter and jelly, have a unique chemistry and shared history in numerous households and cafes all around the world. Wherever one goes, the other tags along pretty much every time. A question that comes to mind now is which one of the two originated first, tea or coffee? Origin of Tea-Tea was first prepared in China around 2700 BC, making it one of the world’s earliest beverages. Evidence shows that tea was consumed for a good thousand years before coffee was cultivated for the very first time. After its discovery, tea was initially consumed...
All you need to know about Oolong Tea!
Origin Oolong is a tea representing the true craftsmanship of horticulture and tea production. It is a semi-fermented tea, and hence cannot perfectly fall under the category of green tea or black tea. Its form, palate and fragrance vary depending on where it's grown and how the tea master processes it. Its origin is traced back to the lands of China and Taiwan, where it is cherished even today. Due to its texture and colour, it was earlier called “Black Dragon Tea”, however, this name was later changed to oolong. The flavour of this tea can be sweet, light, woody and...
5 Fruit-Flavoured Teas to Make Hydration Less of a Chore
With India in the midst of peak summer season, the sun is blazing, and humidity and temperatures are both climbing. Dehydration can manifest itself in a number of ways- muscle cramps, fatigue, kidney stones, or mild constipation. At a time like this, when our body loses a lot of fluid content through sweat, it’s of utmost importance to keep yourself hydrated. Some easy to follow tips to stay hydrated are- eat foods with high water content like whole fruits and vegetables, sip some water every time you sweat, have clear goals about your water intake, and lastly have fun with...