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How to Make Valentine's Day Tea

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You have probably already done your loose leaf tea shopping and if you haven't bought the perfect tea for the love-celebrating occasion, we might have a few ideas for you.

The Fastest Way of Making Iced Green Tea

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There are numerous ways and suggestions for brewing the perfect cup of iced green tea. But, do you know which is the fastest way?

Five DON'Ts if you want to enjoy your tea

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Drinking tea can sometimes get quite complicated. From the simplest ways of brewing to whole ceremonies, some of the rules of tea drinking should be obeyed at all times.

How to get addicted to tea

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Occasional tea drinkers are commonly complaining about the inability to completely get addicted to tea. So, how to get addicted?

CreativiTEA: 5 Unique Ways to Use Tea

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Tired of regular brewing? Use tea in a more creative way.
Like lovers, some teas are bitter, some are sweet. Learn how to get the best results for each type.

How Long Can I Wait Between Re-Steeping My Tea?

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Here are 4 guidelines to make sure your tea is in the best condition between steeps for re-steeping tea such as Oolong and Silver Needle.

What to do with leftover tea?

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What to do with left over tea, such as composting, making iced tea, and adding tea leaves to plants.

How to Properly Store Loose Leaf Tea

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Here is how to properly store loose leaf tea and blooming tea so as to last you the longest time possible.
Learn how to throw an awesome kid's tea party.

Used Tea Leaves to Freshen Refrigerator

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Use your old tea leaves as an odor eater for the refrigerator.