One of the popular flowers used as a tea and also in tea blends is the beautiful hibiscus flower. Many of our Cooking With Tea articles use hibiscus to add color, flavor and it’s unique benefits.
The Healthy Happy Hibiscus
The Beauty of Hibiscus Tea How can you resist something that steeps up to be so beautiful in colour?! However, Hibiscus is not just pretty – it's pretty darn good for you, too! I think we all know there are exaggerated and inaccurate facts all over the Internet –...
Rooibos and Other Herbal Adventures
A while ago I realized about how much we love Rooibos in our shop. And we sell a lot of it.
Five Best Teas for Skin
Here are five teas you need to try out that will do wonders for your skin and make it look healthy and glowy.
Tea! It’s Not Just a Drink … It’s a Memory
Freelance contribution by: Mercedes WadkinsYou know when you smell a certain scent that brings up a memory? Maybe it’s cotton candy to remind you of the fair or a perfume that grandma wore and brings back all those wonderful sensations that went along with it! Tea...
Green Tea & Rose Lemonade With Honey Hibiscus Syrup
Flavorful, refreshing and healthy iced tea blended beverage recipe
I recently came across an article about a tea which is known as "Zobo" in Nigeria and apparently "Roselle" in other regions. For Americans, it's a vibrant tisane know as Hibiscus. Earlier this year I returned to my second home in Southern Spain and much to my delight,...
Refreshing Hibiscus Tea
The flowers and leaves of the hibiscus plant are widely known to have an abundance of benefits for the skin and hair. In fact, at home in India, we often make a concoction of coconut oil simmered with hibiscus flowers and curry leaves to apply on the hair. Having...
The search for the fountain of youth, the magic herbs, the tinctures, tonics, and elixirs with supernatural and unexplained cures has been going on relentlessly for millennia. It seems many people want to live forever. Many desire immortality, and most people truly...
Tart times two
Being a long time lover of black tea, I was impressed to encounter an herbal tea that I actually liked when Celestial Seasonings introduced Red Zinger forty years ago.
Mulberry Leaf tea
When it comes to herbal or botanical “teas” (also called tisanes), many of the most striking pure-leaf botanicals without added flavorings or ingredients often go under-appreciated…