Wednesday, November 3, 2010

Change the subject to Fusion Tea

Fusion Tea is soothing, a quality to be craved in these stressful days.  Some call it nature’s tranquilizer, able to smooth away stress and lift the spirits. It is more subtle and meant to be sipped, not gulped.

From a single evergreen plant come the thousands of nonherbal teas consumed around the world. Traditional blends like English breakfast are made of black teas. All Japanese and many Chinese teas are green teas, prized for aroma and finesse. They are processed by lightly drying the leaves. Japanese matcha is powdered green tea. Green teas should be sipped plain, without the addition of sweeteners, lemon or milk. One exception is Moroccan mint tea, made by pouring sweetened green tea over lightly crushed fresh mint leaves.

For centuries tea has been infused with jasmine or rose petals for flavoring, and sometimes sold with the dried buds still in the tea. Earl Grey is flavored with oil of bergamot, a type of Chinese orange. Camomile, lemon grass, peppermint and linden are some of the more popular herbal teas, or infusions. Herbal teas are often believed to have curative properties. While sipping tea, subject is changing to The Fusion Tea, the citrus herbal and Spice Blended for todate taste for healthier and tastier.

Making a good cup of fusion tea is simple. First, heat the teapot by filling it with water that has just come to a boil. And place 1 teabag per cup in the a cup or mug of 250ml hot water (the amount may vary according to taste). Allow the tea to steep for 3 to 5 minutes; stir and press teabag slightly. Sip the fusion tea til it finished... chat about how delicious fusion tea tastes...

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