August 30, 2015

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Peaches as a Symbol of Longevity and Immortality

In China, the peach  is considered a  blessed fruit, a  symbol of longevity and immortality.
According to Chinese mythology, the goddess of the palace near Xi-wang-mu, the wife of the Jade Emperor and the patron saint of Taoist sages, called The Immortals, was growing a peach tree. She revered this tree for its significance as a source of immortality.

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August 24, 2015

Reviews ›

Good Mood is the best Tea to feel good no matter what!

Good Mood Tea House Blend never fails to cheer us up.  We created this blend putting together what we love : chocolate, oranges, and tea. Roasted mate bring some deepness and toasted reach flavor.  

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August 20, 2015

Recipes ›

Kale with Genmaicha

Step up your healthy game with this unusual dish! 

Kale and Genmaicha


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August 16, 2015

Matcha › Recipes ›

Tea for Cooking: Amazing Rice

If you have some left over Jasmine Green tea, or other green unflavored tea do not throw it out.Try to use this tea as a enhancement for rice cooking.  You can use it instead of water or add to the water.

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August 13, 2015

Recipes ›

Tea Butter

I discovered the new way to enhance my breakfast by adding some new flavors.   


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August 09, 2015

Recipes ›

Blue Eyes Yogurt Muffins


1 cup of flour

6 tablespoons of sugar

1/4 teaspoon baking soda

1/4 teaspoon baking powder

0.5 cup of Blue Eyes Herbal Tea dry blend

3/4 cup yogurt

2 eggs

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August 05, 2015

How To ›

How to Make Tea Marinade

 Tea Marinade? It sounds strange but the result is delicious. For the marinade use only black unflavored teas. Ingredients:

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