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5 Reasons Why You Should Be Drinking Tea 0

It's no secret that drinking tea has its health benefits. People have been drinking tea for over 4,000 years originating in China. There are four standard types of tea, which include green, black, white and oolong. This are the four real teas. Make sure you are drinking one of these 4 types of teas to benefit your health. In this article we will give you 5 reasons why you should be drinking tea. 

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5 Health Benefits of Drinking Genmaicha Tea 0

Genmaicha is a Japanese green tea with brown rice kernels. Once brewed, this tea has a light yellow hue and is quite mild to drink. The taste is nutty and has a subtle aroma of roasted rice, which helps balance the bitterness. If drank often, this tea has some very beneficial health benefits. 

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Top 5 Bubble Milk Tea Toppings 0

Bubble Milk Tea is growing in popularity here in the states. Bubble Tea is a refreshing drink from Taiwan, made up of many  ingredients such as Tea, Milk, Juice, Assorted Flavorings, Fresh Fruit, and much more. They can be shaken or blended, hot or cold, with our without toppings. Bubble Tea has an immense number of possibilities! 

Adding toppings to Bubble Tea is half the fun. Most people only have their bubble milk tea with only tapioca (pearls). It's time to give some variety to your bubble tea. Adding different toppings to your drink is a great way to explore new flavors and textures. This holiday try something new. We present our top 5 have to try bubble milk tea toppings:

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Tea From All Around the World 0

Tea is a worldwide phenomena. Most every country in the world has a specialized traditional tea. We will dive into a few countries around the world and learn their methodologies behind their well crafted tea.

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What is Oolong Tea and What are the Benefits? 0

Oolong tea is a traditional Chinese tea. This traditional tea is created using a unique process that gives that tea it’s special quality. The tea has a unique tasting flavor that differs from green and black teas. Oolong falls between a green and black tea and is considered the most beneficial.

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