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How to Make A London Fog

How to Make A London Fog

Enjoy the bright and unique taste of our Premium Earl Grey tea added with subtle hints of lavender, vanilla, and steamed milk to make the popular London Fog latte. Here’s your easy quick guide to making a smooth, frothy, and refreshing beverage that may be served hot or iced.  Classic London Fog Tea Latte ( Earl Grey Latte) London Fog lattes are made by combining sweetened earl grey tea with some steamed milk and vanilla syrup. 1 cup (8 oz.) strongly-brewed earl grey tea. The right kind of tea, good quality Earl Grey Tea is essential, like our Premium Earl Grey. You can also use caffeinated,...

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How To Identify Quality Matcha And Mix It Yourself

How To Identify Quality Matcha And Mix It Yourself

Matcha is one of the most concentrate of antioxidants on the planet! These compounds help fend off free radicals. One antioxidant found in matcha has been shown to help support metabolism, aids healthy skin aid weight loss. It is also rich in fiber, vitamins and amino acids. How To Identify Good MatchaOrigin - JapanAroma - fresh and grassyColor- rich vibrant greenTaste - smooth without lingering bitternessSteps For Mixing Your Own Modern MatchaStep 1. Use bamboo scoop 1/2 tsp. Teahouse Organic Matcha Powder (Ceremonial grade match like our Matcha Koicha can be enjoyed on its own, while our Organic Matcha Powder...

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How to Prepare & Properly Steep Fine Organic Tea

How to Prepare & Properly Steep Fine Organic Tea

Featured Teas:Yunan Black Gold - Black Tea, Gyokuro - Green Tea, 2001 Vintage Oak Barrel Aged Pu-Erh Steeping loose leaf  tea in hot or cold water allows the unique flavors, aromas, and health-promoting compounds to be extracted from dried leaves or other dried or fresh ingredients.  It is important to brew the leaves with water that is the correct in temperature. If you use water that is too hot, you could burn the tea leaves, and using water that is too cool can make your tea seem weak and bland.  The water temperature can also influence the caffeine content in a tea....

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