Ginger Tulsi HoneyTea is a remarkable combination of sacred Tulsi leaves and every Indian’s favourite spice – ginger. When it comes to a good cup of tea, these two herbs are like the first preference for every tea lover. Continue reading “7 Impressive Benefits of Ginger Tulsi Honey Tea”
1. What are the variations in chamomile leaves?
Ans: There are two common varieties of chamomile herb-
a. German Chamomile (Chamomilla recutita)
b. Roman or English Chamomile (Chamaemelum nobile).
Both are special for a different kind of use. While German Chamomile is mostly sold in the form of tea, one may apply Roman or English Chamomile directly to skin or hair. Continue reading “6 Frequently Answered Questions on Chamomile tea”
What if one tells that one may not need a kettle to make tea? One actually may not need hot water at all!
Cold brewing is a process where tea leaves are steeped in cold water only and refrigerated overnight. Though chilled tea may sound like blasphemy, more and more tea lovers are swapping their hot mug for a cold cuppa. Continue reading “Ice Brews Tea – Perfect Drink for Travelling”
Cranberries and apples are delicious when eaten plain, but many may not realize that they may also be savored when made into a tea. Cranberry and apple tea may be combined with other herbs for a more complex flavor or it may be served with orange peel, cardamom, and other spices for a more festive cranberry apple tea. Continue reading “Is Cranberry Apple Tea Good for You – 5 Major Reasons”