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Chamomint

Chamomint

Hangover Helper

Hangover Helper

Snooty Tea Review: Tea Setter Round 2

Snooty Tea Review: Tea Setter Round 2

Snooty Tea Review: Tea Setter Round 1

Snooty Tea Review: Tea Setter Round 1

Lemon verbena or mint ice tea, with fresh stevia

This makes a nice, light and refreshing ice tea that’s only slightly sweet. No sugar! 4-6 fresh stevia leaves 8-10 mint or lemon verbena leaves 12-16oz water Directions: Take 8oz of the water, and throw in the leaves. Heat for 2-3 minutes until steeped. Continue to steep in fridge until chilled. Add ice and remaining water (the tea will be very light in color). Comment on this post and others you love.
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Posted by Jen deHaan.

HOMEMADE NEPALI CHAI TEA

This past week’s weather has been all over the place. Wednesday it was in the mid-90’s and we were all asked by the power company to conserve energy. Yesterday it was a high of 70. Seriously all over the place. But if you are having a cool day, there are few things as nice as wearing a cozy sweater or cardigan, and drinking a steaming cup of tea. I have never been a fan of Chai tea before. I have always found them just too sweet and cloying. I am not sure why I never though of it but, if you make your own, you can control the amount of sugar. So too sweet is no longer a problem! Yeah… My epiphany came while my sister was in Uganda. She had a journalism fellowship with 1000 Shillings and I was stalking their website looking for any news of her or by her. They have just opened up a program working with women in Nepal, and posted this recipe on their blog for Nepali Chai Tea. I loved it. I have made it several times experimenting with some of the ingredients but it is always tasty, and yes, I do cut back on the sugar. Now I just have to get a traditional steel cup to have a more authentic experience. Nepali Chai Tea From 1000 Shillings 1 tbsp black tea leaves (or 2 -3 tea bags) - use Darjeeling when possible 1 2/3 cups boiling water 1/2 cup heated milk 1/8-1/4 cup sugar (I often use 1 - 2 tsp cause I am like that) 2 whole cloves 3 cardamon pods, cracked open (my favorite part - smack them with the flat part of a big knife!) 1/2 cinnamon stick a grind of fresh black pepper Boil your water and steep the tea for a solid 10 minutes. We want this strong! Add the milk, sugar, and spices. Simmer for another 10 minutes to blend all the flavors together. Strain and serve it up. You should get one large mug or two normal-sized servings out of this. Happy cool weather! Comment on this post and others you love.
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Posted by Adrienne O.

Changing perceptions of #tea one flight at a time

Changing perceptions of #tea one flight at a time

Pu-Erh Tea Basics

Pu-Erh Tea Basics

5 Unexpected Decep-tea-cons

We’ve learned that recognizing impos-tea-rs takes little more than Common Trucking Sense.

http://snooteablog.com/2013/09/03/5-unexpected-decep-tea-cons/

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Posted by Natasha N.

5 Unexpected Decep-tea-cons We’ve learned that recognizing impos-tea-rs takes little more than Common Trucking Sense. http://snooteablog.com/2013/09/03/5-unexpected-decep-tea-cons/ Comment on this post and others you love.
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Posted by Natasha N.

10 More Ways to Mul-tea-task

10 More Ways to Mul-tea-task

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