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Is Oolong tea good for you?

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Health Benefits of Oolong Tea

Oolong tea, also known as wu long, is made from the same leaves, buds and stems of the Camellia sinensis plant that is also used to make green and black tea. It undergoes semi-fermentation, that is – fermentation stops upon the change of color of the leaves, thereby making a difference among the three. Though not a runaway favorite of tea drinkers,  sipping a hot cup of oolong tea always brings a pleasant experience with its earthy, fruity flavor that falls in between green tea and black tea; add to that its fragrant and tasty aroma that makes it a very inviting drink to have.

For over 400 years now, the Chinese have been drinking oolong tea for its medicinal health benefits and calming effect. It is rich in polyphenolic compounds and contains a full list of antioxidants: catechins, thearubigin & theaflavin.

Many studies support the popular notion that oolong tea improves many health conditions, including lowered risk of heart diseases, reduced cholesterol levels, strengthened immune system, obesity and skin treatments, stress reliever and strong bones formation.

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a great looking blend of oolong tea

Oolong tea keeps the heart in good shape due to a number of different functions. In 2010, a published report in the “Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health” presented that oolong tea lowered the risk of death from cardiovascular disease based on a study of about 1,000 participants who drank one to six cups of oolong tea per week. This study supports other findings that oolong tea maintains cholesterol at healthy levels by thinning excess common body fat found in the bloodstream and lessens the progression of atherosclerosis. Also, experts point to scientific evidence that say regular drinkers are 50-60% less likely to have hypertension.

Another well-known benefit of oolong tea is the anti-oxidant properties of the polyphenolic compound it contains, which scavenge free radicals in our body that are likely to cause harm and even develop to various cancer forms if left unmanaged. Regular drinking of 2 or more cups of oolong tea releases anti-oxidants that inhibits the growth of cancer and decreases the risk of developing ovarian cancer, stomach and skin cancer.

The same compound, polyphenol, is said to effectively control fat metabolism thus reducing obesity. A study reported at the 60th Annual Meeting of the Japanese Society of Nutrition and Food Science presented a successful study using mice wherein despite being given high-fat and high-sugar diets, mice given polyphenol still exhibited reduced weight and body fat.

In some experiments, it has been found that oolong tea is a good skin treatment. Patients who presented eczema skin disorders observed significant improvements in less than a week of drinking 3 cups of oolong tea, thrice a day. In another study, patients with atopic dermatitis who drank 10g of oolong tea daily reported remarkable improvement of their skin condition after a month and total healing after six months.

Additionally, the Osaka Institute for Health Care Science in Japan conducted a stress level test on experimental mice that were made to ingest oolong tea and results revealed a great improvement in of about 10% to 18% in stress levels, with polyphenol believed to be the major stress buster.

Oolong tea also contains certain chemicals, theophylline and theobromine, which act similar to caffeine in promoting mental alertness and improving thinking skills.

Regular drinkers of oolong tea enjoy healthy teeth and bones because of its bacteria-prevention properties. Studies have shown that oolong tea blocks the action of streptococci, the bacteria that causes tooth decay. Its anti-oxidants promote healthy bone formation and structure of the human bod, as well.

Oolong tea is also a rich source of important vitamins and minerals such as calcium, manganese, carotin, copper, selenium, potassium and vitamins A, B, C, D, E and K, and folic acids.

The tons of health benefits that can be derived from oolong tea are more than enough reason to incorporate this warm and delicious drink in your regular beverage consumption. Consume in amounts ranging from 1-10 cups daily to enjoy all the health benefits of oolong tea and notice the remarkable improvement that your body will experience.

It is important to note that the above mentioned reports are only based on the reports of others with nothing encountered or being reported directly from us, however I can tell you that the Oolong we have here Oolong Tea will put a smile on your face J

Is tea really better than Coffee?

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Is Tea Better Than Coffee?

Tea and coffee are both well known as the favorite drinks of people today. One can savor the delicious taste and aroma of these drinks everywhere in various forms. They can be consumed anytime and can be served hot and cold. However, they are derived from different plants, have very different tastes and processing. When thinking about tea vs coffee, we will have to look at the many different ( and very subjective ) ways that we can look at how or why one drink is better than the other?

I might be a little biased whey I say that tea is better than coffee so let me share a couple reasons why I really think so here;

A better value

Coffee and tea differ in price but this depends on the source. However, many teas like, green, white, black, oolongs, and pu’ers are re-steeped several times with the use of the same leaves, thus, costing much lesser per cup than coffee. The used leaves of teas can be also applied as fertilizers for vegetables, flowers, and other crops. Although coffee can be used in a similar function with reusibility I find that used tea leaves, or tisanes, offer a lot nicer of a smell than coffee grounds. Economically as well, I have experienced really tasty lower quality teas ( at a lot cheaper price) than the terrible coffee I have had on the lower end of the pricing. For example, a cheap teabag around 5 cents will taste better than the terrible 99 cent coffees you can get at some gas stations around. Overall I find that tea is cheap once you get your cup, teapot and strainer all setup. Then the cost of continuing to enjoy tea drops a lot lower when compared to coffee.

The preparation of tea is simple

In coffee, to get the best flavor, the beans are ground before brewing and it uses a coffee machine with a single use filter. For tea, the leaves do not require preparation, filters or perhaps costly gizmos to extract the best flavor. You can easily drop the individual tea bag in hot drinking water, strain, and then pour. Although you can argue that making perfect tea is actually pretty intense as far as water preparation and temperature the same thing applies to coffees as well. It really comes down to the reality that if all things are equal with water quality and water temperature, you only need a cup to make perfect tea. With coffee you need a grinder, strainer or a lot of other things. Tea leaves can be removed a lot easier I have found versus ground coffee.

Eco friendly

The coffee filters are used only once then thrown away. However, this is not applicable for tea. Tea companies are engaged with Eco friendly processes, fair trade and organic projects. The baking process of tea emits gasses but in lesser degrees compared to processing of coffee. This is because tea processing uses the length of time and lower temperatures. Finally, the tea is heavier compared than coffee does require lesser fossil fuel based on cup to export and ship to other parts of the world.

A good natural pain reliever

Tea usually used as pain reliever when you are sick and in pain. For instance, if you have stomach cramps, your mom usually gets a tea and let you drink. This is how effective and wonderful this delicious beverage is. Don’t go for a cup of coffee if you have stuffed nose and stomach cramps since this can worsen the condition.

At the end of the day whether you like tea better or coffee better it will be pretty hard to sway you as most times people are on either team coffee or team tea. However, if you are one of those rare people that are in between then there are a couple of things that might sway your decision to fully join Team Tea!

The first thing that you will want to look at is the quality of your tea, as this is a huge thing that is often overlooked. For the longest time I knew I liked tea, but only had tea bags. Even the higher end tea bags I have found don’t compare to loose leaf tea when you really get down to it. For years I thought that good tea is good tea, but the real magic actually happens outside of the bag.

The biggest thing that you are missing out on when you are in the bag is the ability to have more water flowing through, and in turn really opening up the tea leaves to allow the water to flow around them.  If you are in this boat take a look over at How to brew tea infographic for more information as to get the best out of your brew.

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a nice cup of tea getting ready to be brewed

Once again, if you are looking how to brew black tea correctly just take a look over at that post for all the info you need to cross over to the tea Team :)

Loose Green Tea

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One of the greatest things that you can enjoy in a day is a nice cup of green tea in the middle of the day. You might be asking yourself why I say in the middle of the day and I will tell you why I feel that this is the best time of the day to sink into a warm cup of green tea.

The reason that I like my green tea in the middle of the day is simple, and that is because it falls in line with how my days usually are. I start my day a bit tired, groggy and turn to a nice strong cup of black tea to wake me up. Something like a hearty brew of blackberry black tea to really give me a nice kick of caffeine, and a nice aroma to awaken my senses. Even the smell of a strong black tea is enough to get some of that sleep out of my eyes, just take a look at that blackberry tea and tell me you aren’t feeling a bit more awake :

Earl morning tea for the sleepy guys and gals.

So now that we know what I like to start my day off with lets go on to the next part of my day, which I then turn to loose leaf green tea for. The reason I turn to the green tea is simple, and that is because in the middle of the day I look at it as almost my time to start winding down. The simple reality is that usually it is my mornings that I really need to be focused and alert with. So once I have drank around 4 cups of black tea, I am usually set and my energy is flowing. So this is where I start to wind it down, as it is not instantaneous, I often find that the black tea in the morning will provide me with enough caffeine and power to last all day, but I still want to drink something tasty. This is why I go to green tea, as there is less caffeine and a more calming effect. My go to green tea has got to be Tangy Gunpowder Green tea as this tea has really changed how I look at this type of tea.

My tangy gunpowder tea really mellows my mood out, and its smokiness gives me a bit of relaxtion. It lets me think about what I have done so far today and what else I have to do. I really find that Green tea, and especially Tangy Gunpowder Green tea , gives me a lot of focus so this is why I switch to it in the middle of the day. Usually the craziness of rush requests have diminished and now I can plan the rest of the day out and go forward with my thoughts. Take a look at the gunpowder tea and tell me it doesn’t look amazing: 

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gunpowder green tea pellets

To wind down my day I really just like to switch it up and go with a nice herbal tea, or for you purists Tisane ;) , as I find that the soothing and rich flavors that an all herbal mix can provide is really something unique. Although most will migrate over to chamomile as it is often said that it has calming properties, I find that anything warm with a pleasant taste generally calms me. That is unless it is scalding hot haha.  For this mix my go to herbal brews are as follow:

Lemongrass soothes the stomach and is popular in many herbal remedies.


Without the caffeine and with a unique taste honeybush is a great brew to try before bed.

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A great fruit mix will relax your body before bed. Great for winding down.

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a perfect fruit blend

An amazing mix of fruit including apple bits to give a nice tart warm flavor before bed.

So there you have it, my entire breakdown of when I have my teas and why I like them at those times. Overall the tea experience is your own journey so find out works best for you, and if you want to learn more about green teas I would really suggest reading these posts as they have a lot of information about green tea and how to prepare it:
Benefits of green tea

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the perfect cup of green tea

How to make green tea

Rooibos info

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What is Rooibos and why should I even think about it when I think of what my next cuppa tea is going to be? If you have, or maybe if you haven’t had that thought before, then don’t worry as you are not alone. Rooibos is making a strong surge in popularity in the brewed drink arena and for good reason. Listed below are some cool facts about roobios, a bit of info about the drink itself and other things about this new bush making a lot of noise in the traditionally quieter mid day tea world.

Rooibos and caffeine

The first thing that we will get right to the point about is the rooibos caffeine discussion as this is a very popular one that often comes up. I will say it right now that Rooibos does not have any caffeine in it. If you don’t believe me, then check the almighty Wikipedia here: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rooibos with the specific quote being “Rooibos is becoming more popular in Western countries, particularly among health-conscious consumers, due to its high level of antioxidants such as aspalathin and nothofagin, its lack of caffeine” This is why many women will turn to rooibos when they are pregnant. To find out more info about rooibos and pregnancy just take a look at these posts we have put up in the past:

Rooibos and its benefits

So now that we have gotten that out of the way we can talk about why it is good that roobios does not have any caffeine in it. The first, and what I think is the best thing about roobios, is that you can have it at any time of the day or night. I love a strong black tea but sometimes just before bed it just doesn’t suite the situation very well. This is where roobios comes in to save the day as I can enjoy it an hour, 15 minutes, or 45 minutes before I want to go to bed without any worry of staying up once that caffeine boost kicks in.

Rooibos and pregnancy

Another reason that roobios has really started to gain traction in the rest of the world is due to its appeal to pregnant woman. I was unaware but during pregnancy caffeine intake is supposed to be on the lower side as complications can occur, so a lot of woman have been choosing roobios when they are pregnant. That’s why you can check out our article here for the info you need tea for two?

Rooibos and its lack of caffeine

So now that we know the coolest thing about roobios, and its lack of caffeine, let’s get some more info on the drink that comes from brewing up roobios. The drink is typically a nice red color, which is the result of processed roobios being steeped with hot water. Recently there has been new blends including green roobios, which like its green tea counterpart, is a less processed version of the plant. In this article we will focus on the red variant and maybe in the future talk about green roobios a bit more in depth. This is why tea and pregnancy are things that you must keep an eye out for.


The drink that is brewed up is a nice red color with a natural taste to it. I am not going to imply that it is a drink that tastes like dirt; however you will notice a distinct flavor that reminds me of a less processed black tea leaf. The flavor is rawer and more open, which is something that really doesn’t give a very good idea of how it tastes. I think that for you to get a full appreciation of roobios you must really try it for yourself. If you don’t you will never know what you are missing out on!

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rooibos in a cup

Overall roobios is a great addition to any tea collection, even though it is not a true tea itself. It is a great pre drink or iced option whenever you need to take a break from your usual favorites. Make sure you check out our other great article if you are looking for more info drinking tea while you are pregnant

Time of the year

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It has been an up and down roller coaster here at the TeaCupany and just wanted to say thank you to everyone who has made this year a success. For those who have ordered the tea of the month club , I hope that you are enjoying the monthly mailings. For those who order tea, I hope you enjoy them as well.
I started out on this journey so that I could send people tea at the best rates possible and allow people to try out as many teas as they could with the lowest amount of money possible. This all started after I bought a bag of tea to try and it was maybe 200 grams for $25.  That moment I realized there must be a better way to get tea, and a better way for others to get tea as well. This is where the TeaCupany first started.

Tea of the month club

This year we have passed our first 100 tea of the month club members and it is really a milestone. I never thought that this would be the case but just want to thank everyone for their continued support. There have been growing pains, and moving pains, and pains of all sort but tea really does help with pretty much all pains.
It is the holiday season and I just wanted everyone to know how grateful I am for your continued support and visiting the site. We will have more blog posts and more updates this year as we take a new view on the posting of topics.

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a nice herbal tisane brewing

Happy holidays to everyone no matter what you are celebrating. This new year will be bigger and better than ever at the TeaCupany so have a great holiday season and watch out for those feets of strength…..

Lose weight by drinking tea

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How to Lose Weight with Tea| Natural Way to Get that Super Body Just by Drinking Tea!

Nowadays, lots of heavy advertisements on synthetic drugs and meds are out via online, through the counter or on your door steps, promising to help you get that lean, slim and sexy figure everybody desires.

There are exercises, pills, diets and many habits that are practiced by many, just to lose weight and get the perfect shape they want. But, do you know that there is still another way of effortlessly losing weight that requires just sitting back, relaxing and drinking? Yes there is. That is through enjoying a nice cup of tea.

Drinking tea may not be common to everyone. But do you know that next to water, tea ranks second to give you the most overall health benefits? Based on the researches made by dieticians, nutritionists and other health experts, drinking tea is advantageous in such a way that it can burn fats and calories in your body. This is the reason why most of the popular diet pills used teas as an ingredient.

Aside from burning your fats, teas can also boost your metabolism, lose your weight, boost your energy level, reduce body’s cholesterol, improves body endurance, detoxify and suppress your appetite.

How Does Tea Help Lose Weight?

The love to eat lots of food is perhaps a universal character to us all. We just love to eat! This is the fact that we cannot deny especially during events that foodies are overflowing. In such situations, we cannot control ourselves from eating too much and in return many fats and sugars get accumulated in our body which is then synthesized into an essential substance called triglyceride. This is the main constituent of natural fats and oils in our body. The process of synthesis acts in the small intestines and the liver then the triglyceride will be transported into the other parts of our body through the bloodstream.

How does it work?

Triglyceride, in reality, is a helpful substance because it provides energy for our body to function properly. Nevertheless, do you know that an excessive amount of this substance in our system can also pose harm to our health? Yes. Too much amount of triglyceride can turn into fat and make a person obese. Sound scary isn’t it?

Due to this fact, drinking tea is really beneficial especially to those who love eating fatty and sweet foods and yet cares a lot about their figures. Teas in any form can oppose excess triglyceride in one’s body because it has polyphenols that activate a certain enzyme. This enzyme will then dissolve the excess triglyceride in your body.

These teas are proven helpful to get that perfect and healthy shape you’ve always wanted!

  • Green tea- helps build body’s metabolism
  • Star anise tea- promotes good digestion
  • Oolong tea- guards against obesity
  • Peppermint tea- controls the effect of what you eat
  • Rose tea- prevents constipation

Though drinking tea do not promise a fast slimming effect like those artificial drugs and fad diets we often see, drinking it regularly means reduced body fats. If you love to maintain and have that slim, healthy figure but don’t want to undergo artificial ways then try drinking tea. You can actually see it’s even better!

Things to remember when making tea!

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Most important things to think about when making tea!
1. What type of tea do you feel like right now?
2. What is the temperature that I should get the water up to?
3. How clean is the water and equipment I am using to make the tea?
4. How long should I let tea steep?
5. Has there been enough water circulation when making the tea?
6. Do I have to share?
7. Where did all the tea go?
8. Where can I get more tea

Rooibos and caffeine – the truth about it :)

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Rooibos is the new kid on the block for tisanes. You will notice that I make this clarification first and foremost, that rooibos is a tisane as it is not really a tea. If you are not familiar with this term then just take a quick gander over here to find out what is a tisane . Now going forward I will actually be referring to it as a tea… blasphemy you say. No not really, if people want to read it knowing that it is truly not a tea but a tisane then that is cool. I just don’t want to come off as one of those people in tea shops that correct you every time you ask for a chamomile tea and then they have to say actaulllyyyyy it is a tisane….  So if you know that rooibos is a tisane, cool, if not now you do. If you don’t care either way then keep on reading to find out the truth about rooibos and caffeine !

Rooibos and Caffeine

Unlike most teas, rooibos has no caffeine in it. It may be news to you, but you should know that rooibos caffeine is not merely news, it is good news. It is good and safe for everybody, for people of all ages and in all conditions. There are many rooibos health benefits to the brew and in this article we will just quickly go over the lack of caffeine and leave the additional discussion for a later day!

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a nice tea pot

It is more appropriate to state that rooibos is not a tea, but a tisane (an herbal infusion) since it does not come from the tea plant. Instead, this beverage comes from the rooibos plant. Rooibos is a shrub that grows only in the land of Cape Town, South Africa. Today, rooibos is gaining popularity around the world due to its unique qualities and benefits. It is also known as red tea because of the color of its leaves and the color of the resulting beverage. Rooibos is available in loose leaf packages or in teabags. It can be served hot or cold. Bottled rooibos are also available and are best served ice cold.

Caffeine during Pregnancy

Studies show that ingesting caffeine during pregnancy especially during the first three months of gestation has been linked to possible issues. Thais is why many turn to rooibos during pregnancy as there is no caffeine in the drink at all. Caffeine is present in beverages such as coffee, tea, and energy drinks. Rooibos has zero caffeine in it. Therefore, pregnant women can safely drink rooibos. Drinking rooibos has a relaxing effect for mothers and has a mild, sweet taste that can be enjoyed anytime.

Rooibos health benefits

Traditionally, rooibos has been used to treat infant colic. It is also used to alleviate constipation and remedy stomach problems such as nausea and vomiting. Rooibos can be safely taken by children, even infants. Since it has no caffeine, it does not cause palpitations and stomach irritation. Caffeine, when taken by children, can potentially cause hyperactivity which may later on cause children to develop fatigue and decreased attention span.

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red rooibos

If caffeinated drinks can make you become alert, rooibos does the opposite. It helps you to be calm and feel relaxed. Drinking rooibos before bedtime can help you have a good night’s sleep. It could also save you from sleep disturbances and insomnia.


Moreover, coffees and teas contain tannins, chemical that block the absorption of iron. Rooibos contains very low tannins, in negligible amounts, even. Thus, rooibos can be safely drunk without having to worry about iron-deficiency anemia.

Now you’ve heard the good news about rooibos. Start making it a part of your lifestyle and share it to people who can potentially benefit from this information. Spread the good news!

And if you are ever wondering how to say rooibos don’t worry as I wrote a whole article for it so just take a read if it tickles your fancy.

Here are some of our top selling rooibos mixes so just take a look

Make iced tea from loose leaf tea

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It’s plain and simple, iced tea from loose leaf just tastes better. It has a fuller flavor and tastes fresher. And, it’s really easy to make. Making iced tea from loose leaf is almost the same as making hot tea, you just need to use double the amount of loose tea used in a hot brew. Below are two ways of making iced tea, a hot method and a cold method.

Play around and create your own favorite summer blends with different fruit, black, herbal, rooibos or green teas. Also add your choice of seasonal fruit, such as oranges, lemons, apples, or berries. You can let the natural sweetness of tea and the fruits shine or sweeten it to taste with sugar. I prefer to use Agave Nectar. Enjoy a cup of summer!

Berry Colada

• 2 tablespoons Perfect Pina Colada
• 3 tablespoons of Berry Party
• 6 cups of water
• 2 cups of ice
• 1 apple diced
• 1 lemon sliced
• Agave Nectar (or your choice of Sweetener)


Hot Method:
Infuse tea leaves in boiling water for 3-5 minutes. Be careful not to overstep when using black or green teas. Add Agave Nectar or other sweetener to the tea while hot to ensure it quickly dissolves.

Let it cool in the fridge for an hour or so then pour tea over a glass of ice and enjoy.

Cold Method:
Infuse tea leaves in cold water and keep refrigerated overnight. The leaves are brewed slowly and gently. Steeping loose tea in cold water ensures that the tea doesn’t become bitter. This method is ideal if you are making iced tea using green or black tea leaves. We have gone over the best way to cold press tea so make sure you check out that article if you wonder if it is worth it.

Drinking Earl grey is HealTEA

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People nowadays are becoming more and more health conscious. Many are really mindful for what kind of food should they take or choose in order to have a healthy lifestyle. Many are getting aware for the foods that they should include on their balance diet. There are a lot of foods (including beverages) that you can name to be included on your healthy diet. Let say, tea . Tea is just one of the healthy beverages that you can add on your list. People are choosing this kind of beverage to achieve numerous health benefits and not to mention the taste choices it can actually give. If you don’t know what is earl grey tea then just keep reading and by the end of the article you will understand all the aspects of this classic tea.

How to prepare the earl grey tea

You can have tea by simply boiling pure or mixed herbal plants and blended scent and aroma of different kind of sweeteners to add to the taste. Having herbal plants as your base, you can already have a healthy drink. You can have tea in many forms. It is a time-consuming effort if we list them all but I can give you one. And I can say that one tea is enough to set an example to prove that drinking at least a cup of tea is healthy and ideal for an individual’s dietary.

Why is it called Earl Grey Tea

Earl grey is named after the British Prime Minister of Britain who received a gift from an official in China. The rest of the story becomes rumors and somehow legendary for others. Earl Grey Tea is a kind of black tea that contains half per cent of caffeine that a usual cup of coffee has. This tea derived from West Country becomes prominent around the world because of the sour orange that made its taste a zesty one. The sour orange that I am talking about is what we call or others commonly know as Bergamot Orange, a green lemon-like citrus fruit that grows in Southern Italy and Southern France during winter season. It is not actually harvested for juice consumption but for medical purposes. Bergamot Orange is found to be a cure for some illness. The oil extracted from it also adds citrusy flavor to the Earl Grey Tea making it more admirable to drink.

What makes Earl Grey special?

Since the Bergamot oil is said to be used as a medicine, it brings our body a lot of benefits. Some people uses Bergamot oil in treating psoriasis by applying it directly on skin and others used it as “aromatherapy” to trim down nervousness during radiation treatment. In manufacturing products, Bergamot Orange is commonly used as citrus lotions, creams, soaps, perfumes and the likes. If you are looking for the creaminess in at the other way check out our Creamy earl grey as it has our classic earl grey flavor with the subtle hints of cream included!

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steeping a nice cup of tea

Combining black tea and bergamot oil is one of the healthier ways for people who are avoiding too much caffeine they get from coffee. Earl Grey tea has side effects when taken too much. However, if you are looking for a healthy tea cup, keep your eyes on the limit when taking a gulp of Earl Grey Tea. A healthy lifestyle still depends on how you manage yourself with the foods you choose to eat. If you are looking for a nice switch on the classic earl grey teas take a look at these two amazing versions :lavender earl grey tea and earl grey green

The lavender earl grey is truly a beautiful smelling and looking tea:

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loose leaf earl grey tea

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