August 27, 2014

Health › Reviews ›

Kukicha Twig tea: a uniquely Japanese invention

Japanese teas are always a surprise. Kukicha is one of those surprises. Nothing is wasted in the processing of this precious drink. It is a uniquely Japanese
invention. Kuki means twig cha means tea. The tea is made from twigs, leaves, and stalks cut from Sencha production.

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August 25, 2014

Tea History ›

"Chado" or the Way of Tea in Japan

In Japan tea culture came from China and was brought by the monks who studied Zen Buddhism in China.  Tea helped them to stay calm and alert during meditations.  But only in the 12th Century did tea become an important part of Japanese culture.

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August 21, 2014

Health ›

Health Benefits of Tea for Teeth and Gums

Do you know that black tea aid is great for maintaining the health of your teeth and gums? The polyphenols in black tea help to fight off mouth infection and strep throat. The effects are heightened with a combination of natural tannins, caffeine, and catechin. 

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August 18, 2014

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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August 14, 2014

Health › News ›

Introducing: Tea Trios at Culinary Teas

Each one of these carefully curated Trios comes with three 4 ounce pouches of loose leaf tea.  Sending a gift?  Choose the option with a Perfect 1 Cup Mesh Pincer Spoon.  

Focus: The Focus Trio contains Elderberry Energy, Morning Miracle, and Green Yerba Mate Teas.

provides delicious flavor, vitality, and energy. A full strength cup of Morning Miracle enables you to get up and go! A few cups can Elderberry Energy, a customer favorite, 

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Darjeeling Grades

Indian teas are graded according to their state of leaves: whole, broken and crushed. 
Whole leaves give more aromatic and full bodies liquor, broken leaves tea result in robust, darker and less complex tea. In Darjeeling the most important is the number of buds ( pekoes). The more buds it contains the more letters appears in the name. In our collection we have finest Darjeelings of superior grades.        

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How to Make Your Own Tea Bags

If you love a special high-quality loose tea we offer at Culinary Teas, how can you make your own tea bags for your mobile lifestyle?  Simply put your tea in your own tea bags!  We have two options:

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