Blog — tea
Oolong tea is a semi-oxidized tea that originated in China. As soon as the tea leaves are harvested, usually in the later spring months, they are withered by hand and oxidized by sunlight. When the tea has been oxidized to a precise degree, it is pan-fired to halt any further processing. Here's how to brew it!
Use any of these or make your own blends! Caffeine-free selections: Raspberry Lavender Triple Berry Rooibos Very Berry Citrus Root Beer Rooibos Caffeinated selections: Mango Tango Black Green Dragon Lemonade Juicy Peach Black White Champagne Raspberry Blackberry Black Like lots of other people, I enjoy soda. There’s nothing like the crisp carbonation or unmistakable can crack and first sip. “Ahhhh,” you’re thinking. Ahhhh, indeed. But when it got to the point where I was rarely found without a soda can or bottle or glass in my hand, I decided it was time to reign in the habit. As a diet...