My wife is a tea aficionado, and through her love of tea, I've grown to understand and love the stuff myself. Although my earlier efforts were to drown it in sugar and cream, now I understand what a good cup of Jasmine with just a little bit of sugar is all about. Now I have many favorite teas, and I'd like to share my love of it with you by sharing this site.
Here you will be able to browse the following sections: Resources, What is Tea, Tea's Origin, World of Tea, Preparation, Health Benefits, Article Archives, and Links.
What is Tea? Well if you check out the "What is Tea" section, they can answer that question promptly. There you will learn all about tea from its technical definition to its simple definition. From the four kinds: Black, Green, White, and Oolong.
World of Tea - This section gives you a map where you can explore the different kinds of tea from different places all over the world. If you click on the location you can see in detail what kind of tea that location produces.
Preparation - Do you know how to make a proper cup of tea? Well it's not heating water in the microwave and stuffing a tea bag in, that's for sure. Learn all about how one makes a cup of tea, and how long you should let it steep.
Health Benefits - well we all sorta know that drinking tea has health benefits, but what exactly does it do for our bodies? Find out in this section.
I also want to recommend the "Article Archive" where you will find some great articles on tea. They were very interesting and diverse.
Hey anyone want a cuppa tea?
Click this link to visit the Planet Tea website: http://www.planet-tea.com/index.htm.
When you buy your herbal tea, you will be tempted to store it in the refrigerator like coffee.
Tea should not be stored in a humid environment.
If you store it in a tightly sealed airtight container in your pantry, it will remain fresher without absorbing scents and flavors from other foods around it.
Tea should be used no more than one year from the purchase date.