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What Is Bubble Tea?

What Is Bubble Tea?

It is said that the original boba tea was made using black tea, tapioca pearls, condensed milk, and syrup or honey. Typically green or black tea is used as the base, but many different versions and varieties have been created.

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Japanese or Chinese Green Tea

Japanese or Chinese Green Tea

Japanese or Chinese Green Tea? Everyone has heard that green tea promotes wellness and calms the mind. Some even say it aids in weight loss and appetite suppression. No matter what you're using it for, green tea is a good restorative drink. It doesn’t hurt that it tastes smooth, fresh, and slightly sweet. Differences What is not so well known is that there are thousands of varieties of green tea grown in different countries. It was originally grown in China and brought to Japan by Buddhists monks. Now these two countries produce the bulk of green tea sold throughout the...

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How To Host An Afternoon Tea Party

How To Host An Afternoon Tea Party

Queen Victoria got word of this afternoon tea delight and it became widespread throughout Britain. What started as small gatherings among friends turned into large social receptions with hundreds of guests.

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Do You Take Tea Like The Brits?

Do You Take Tea Like The Brits?

If you love your cup of freshly brewed tea, whether it’s a traditional English Breakfast, a refined Earl Grey or a relaxing Chamomile, there are certain rules of etiquette in when and how to drink it! At UEndure, we thought we’d investigate how to take afternoon tea like the Brits! That’s not to say you shouldn’t carry on brewing your pot in the morning with breakfast, or make yourself a refreshing mint tea mid-morning, but there’s something thoroughly British about that afternoon cup of tea. Tea drinking is a ritual that’s been practiced in Great Britain for over a thousand...

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