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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July 16, 2014

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How to Make White Tea

The most delicate Chinese teas are White teas. The tea leaves are  oxidized only about 5%  and have very little caffeine.White tea at Culinary Teas


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How to Make Iced Rooibos Tea

Rooibos Tea is so good iced. It is caffeine free, full of vitamin C and has two flavonoids

(quercetin and luteolin) that fights cancer.

 To make an Iced Rooibos

1) Double the amount of tea used for the brew.

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July 10, 2014

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What our customers say about Cream of Earl Grey

Culinary Teas customers love our Cream Earl Grey
"The best ever... So creamy and delicious. The taste lingers on your tongue, as well. A delightful experience!"

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How to Make Sun Tea -- especially Oolong!

Sun Tea is a great way to celebrate the summer!   Any variety of Oolong tea will make a good glass of sun tea. Cool water slowly draws flavor from the leaves. This is the opposite of hot water infusion, which rapidly pushes flavor out of the leaves.

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July 03, 2014

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How to Make Popsicles with Tea -- Teasicles!

Children will love them! Our fruit and herbal blends are wonderful brews for making popsicles.  Paradise Peach Herbal ,  Apricot Supreme or Orange Grove Vanilla. Use double the recommended amount of tea. 

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July 01, 2014

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How to Make an Arnold Palmer

Arnold PalmerAn Arnold Palmer is so refreshing!  Of course, at Culinary Teas we believe the best way to make this drink is with premium iced tea and ...

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