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 22 Mar, 2017  |  Written by Anupa Mueller

Spring - Flowers, Sunshine & Allergies!

Silver Tips Tea Loose Leaf Herbal Wellness Blends

In a few days we Spring Forward and gain a welcome hour of daylight.  Finally, we start saying goodbye to the grey and gloom of winter.  Daffodils and crocus appear, the grass turns from brown to green and spirits lift.  The Spring Solstice on March 20 heralds in the official start of the Spring Season and so too come the dreaded Allergies.  Long-time sufferers stock up on tissues, anti-histamines and sneeze their way through the day.  Everyone looks for natural remedies.  One such solution is honey bee pollen.

Bee Pollen is the food of the young bee and made by honeybees.  It is one of nature's nourishing superfoods and contains more amino acids than some animal proteins such as eggs or beef. Bee Pollen is often a recommended energy food by doctors and has many benefits, chief...

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 09 Mar, 2017  |  Written by Anupa Mueller

Irish Tea Recipe

With St. Patrick's Day right around the corner, thoughts of corned beef and cabbage, Guinness and Irish coffee abound. Not everyone is a coffee drinker, so here's a twist on a traditional Irish Beverage.

For this delicious drink, you will need:

8 oz. Hot Irish Breakfast Tea
1 Tbsp. Sugar
1 1/2 to 2 oz. Good Irish Whiskey
2 oz. Heavy Cream, VERY cold
Cocoa powder, if desired for garnish

It's...

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 08 Mar, 2017  |  Written by Dina Dunnings

English Breakfast, Irish Breakfast - What's the Difference?

Silver Tips Tea English Breakfast Tea

In the late 19th century, the English basically had two meals a day – a hearty breakfast with meat and bread, and then dinner.  The Duchess of Bedford, it is said, needed an in-between meal to get her through this long period between these two meals.  She began serving finger foods around 5 o’clock and thus began ‘afternoon tea’.  A few years later, an enterprising Scotsman named...

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 01 Mar, 2017  |  Written by Anupa Mueller

TeaQuila Sunrise Tea-infused Cocktail!

Long, cold winter days can make anyone feel blue....Put a new twist on a Tequila Sunrise, using a tea-infused simple syrup instead of Grenadine. Here's what you will need:

4 oz. Orange Juice
2 oz. Tequila
1/2 oz. Tea-infused Simple Syrup (see instructions below)
Fruit for Garnish

Directions for the TeaQuila Sunrise:

1.    Pour the tequila and orange juice into a highball glass filled with ice and stir.
2.    Slowly pour the tea-infused simple syrup around...

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 23 Feb, 2017  |  Written by Dina Dunnings
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