How to Make Cold Brew Oolong Tea

The cold brewing method is much slower, smoother, and gentler. Cold water slowly draws flavor from the leaves. This is the opposite of hot water infusion,
Oolong sun tea in a glass which rapidly pushes flavor out of the leaves

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January 29, 2016

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Anytime You Crave Sugar, Chocolate or Ice Cream, Replace It with a Cup of Tea

Tea has  L-Theamine, Caffeine and Catechins,  ingredients which  work  together to help to increase your metabolism, decrease appetite, improve your mood  and stabilize blood sugar.   When you are craving for something sugary,

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December 06, 2015

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Five Decaf Teas to Sip on Christmas Eve

Bourbon Vanilla Rooibos tea - Vanilla is one of our most popular flavors. It was only natural that we use this with Rooibos. Rooibos gives the vanilla flavoring a jazzy depth.

Orange Spice Decaf  has a smooth delicious character with superb orange flavor that is enhanced with spicy cinnamon note.

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Apple Cider Tea

2 1/2 teaspoon black unflavored loose tea

2 1/2 cup waterapple cider tea

1/4 cup sugar, honey or maple syrup

1 cup of orange juice ( 2 oranges ) 

5 cups of apple cider 

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September 09, 2015

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August 05, 2015

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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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July 02, 2015

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How to Make an Arnold Palmer

An 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 top Iced tea in a glass with cherry on topquality lemonade.  First, make your iced tea:   We recommend a classic iced tea for this like our Cape Cod Iced Tea or Organic Texas Iced Tea.  

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