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    • 1.

      How To Remove Caffeine From Tea

      by Lisa Fan - 2006-12-21
      Do your teas have caffeine? Yes, all real teas have caffeine.In general, Green tea contains the least caffeine, Black tea the most due to the oxidation process, and Oolong falls in the middle range.Al...
    • 2.

      How To Brew A Cup Of Tea

      by Lisa Fan - 2007-01-02
      There are many parameters that affect the taste of tea such as the amount of leaf, water temperature, teapot used and steeping time.How much loose tea should I use to make a cup of tea? To make an 8 o...
    • 3.

      White Tea - Boosts Your Immune System And Tastes Great

      by Lee Dobbins - 2007-01-13
      You are likely becoming very confused with all different tea varieties, green tea, oolong, black, Chamomile, and so on and so forth. Now, add white tea to that list. Confusing is it not? Of course it ...
    • 4.

      The Role of the Tea Room and the Tea Supplier

      by Jon Stout - 2007-02-11
      The growth in demand for high quality loose leaf tea is spectacular and all indications are that the trend will continue for the foreseeable future. As more loose leaf tea enthusiasts consume greater ...
    • 5.

      Can Drinking Green Tea Prevent The Flu?

      by Marcus Stout - 2007-02-16
      In the U.S. alone, between 25 and 50 million people get the flu each year. 150,000 people are hospitalized and 30,000-40,000 die. So, it's clear that getting the flu is a significant health concern. ...
    • 6.

      3 Great Benefits Of White Tea

      by Lee Dobbins - 2007-02-26
      It is not just chefs but also medical researchers who are praising the benefits of white tea for your health. In fact there are many different kinds of benefit of white tea that a person can have and...
    • 7.

      Origins, Flavors and Health Benefits

      by Jack Reider - 2007-03-06
      How many times do we just want to drink tea after a heavy meal, but are then bombarded with all the various tea flavours that we get lost. This article answers that need.What you should always remembe...
    • 8.

      Tea: What is White Tea?

      by Jon Stout - 2007-03-07
      Like all teas, white tea comes from the Camellia sinensis plant. The leaves are picked and harvested before the leaves open fully, when the buds are still covered by fine white hair. This gives the te...
    • 9.

      Tea and Gift Baskets - A Perfect Combination

      by Jon Stout - 2007-03-11
      In any relationship thinking about the other person and making their day happy and memorable is what it is all about.One great way to create that moment of happiness is to send the other person a uniq...
    • 10.

      Loose leaf tea drinkers in the United States

      by Jon Stout - 2007-03-13
      Traditionally, the marketplace for loose leaf tea drinkers in the United States has been limited.Although loose leaf tea was extremely popular in colonial times, the consumption of loose leaf tea g...