Tea Time

Posted by Ann Marie on 3/31/2014 to Inspirations
The ever-delightful practice of having afternoon tea originated from the time of Britain’s royal duchess of Bedford, Anna. Anna enjoyed drinking tea and eating light refreshments during the afternoon at a time when the British were known to only eat breakfast and dinner.  Because it was such a novelty that was met with significantly excellent reception, the Duchess transformed the occasion into a social event by inviting friends, thereby creating a charming custom now known and practiced by Brits everywhere: the afternoon tea.

Get Real Health Benefits from Black, White and Green Tea

Posted by Ann Marie on 3/12/2014 to European Gifts
Tea has been used for thousands of years in different parts of the world particularly in the East, but it is only now that it’s getting the attention it deserves. Tea is now considered as a healthy alternative to coffee. According to some studies, tea drinking can help you manage diabetes and heart disease, help in weight loss efforts and even boost mental alertness. The benefits of tea drinking are obvious, and these can be yours as soon as you start taking your tea.

Benefits of White Tea

Posted by Ann Marie on 3/4/2014 to European Gifts
Tea is a comforting and refreshing beverage that also has many benefits. Not only is it warming and soothing, but it can also reduce stress, improve your digestion or give you a number of other health benefits, depending on the type of tea that you drink.
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