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Tea lover? Here's how to brew the perfect cup of black, green, white, oolong, tisane or blended tea.

Tea lover? Here's how to brew the perfect cup of black, green, white, oolong, tisane or blended tea.

Kombucha lovers try Versailles Green Tea -Marigold,Ginger, and Mint Oolong Tea 2oz. $ 16.50 Ingredients: green tea, mint, ginger root, lemon grass, marigold flowers, and natural flavorings. Shop at www.gardenuity.com/IDigGardening Kathy Weise Shaffer

Kombucha lovers try Versailles Green Tea -Marigold,Ginger, and Mint Oolong Tea 2oz. $ 16.50 Ingredients: green tea, mint, ginger root, lemon grass, marigold flowers, and natural flavorings. Shop at www.gardenuity.com/IDigGardening Kathy Weise Shaffer

Tresco Black Tea - Goji, Orange, and Cranberry; 2 oz with Gift $16.50 Gardenuity.com/JMurphy

Tresco Black Tea - Goji, Orange, and Cranberry; 2 oz with Gift $16.50 Gardenuity.com/JMurphy

Wu Yi Oolong @ Physical Graffitea

Wu Yi Oolong @ Physical Graffitea

Cooking with Tea: A Daring Cooks Challenge

Cooking with Tea: A Daring Cooks Challenge

Oolong tea is good for digestion

Oolong tea is good for digestion

Huntington Herbal Tea - Rose, Lavender, and Spearmint This refreshing herbal tea combines rose petals, lavender, and spearmint. Presented in a  resealable pouch of loose tea for superior freshness.  Infusing guidelines: measure 1 tsp per 6 to 8 oz serving of water and place into your tea steeping basket, filter, or brewer. For ...

Huntington Herbal Tea - Rose, Lavender, and Spearmint This refreshing herbal tea combines rose petals, lavender, and spearmint. Presented in a resealable pouch of loose tea for superior freshness. Infusing guidelines: measure 1 tsp per 6 to 8 oz serving of water and place into your tea steeping basket, filter, or brewer. For ...

Medicine for Body and Soul. All You need to Know about Oolong Tea

Medicine for Body and Soul. All You need to Know about Oolong Tea

From left to Right: Red Robe Oolong, Formosa Oolong, and Silk Oolong.  All these teas are from China.  The Formosa Oolong is oxidized (sweating) longer and is therefore darker and has a riper, more fruity taste.

From left to Right: Red Robe Oolong, Formosa Oolong, and Silk Oolong. All these teas are from China. The Formosa Oolong is oxidized (sweating) longer and is therefore darker and has a riper, more fruity taste.

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