Our Turmeric Blends are a Hit!

Last week we introduced three new Turmeric Tea Blends: Organic Turmeric Citrus Zest, Organic Turmeric Relief, and Organic Turmeric Chai. The response has been overwhelmingly positive.

Turmeric Teas at Silver Tips Tea

That first week alone, Turmeric Teas accounted for 23% of all online sales. That's significant! We attribute this to our customers' good taste and desire for healthy living (not to mention our low introductory prices)!

The three Turmeric Blends are still on sale, and will remain so until the end of the month. If you haven't done so yet, try them today. For those close to our Tea Room in Tarrytown, they're available there too.


 26 Apr, 2017  |  Written by David Napolitano

Turmeric - Full of Health

Silver Tips Tea Online Loose Leaf Store Turmeric Blends

Turmeric is what gives Indian food and curries their characteristic, well-known vermilion/yellow color.  It is a spice and has been used in India for thousands of years. Apart from its common use in food, it is widely used in India as a poultice to reduce inflammation.  It's also used with honey as a face mask. And now we blend it into Tea!

What is Turmeric?  It is a perennial herbaceous plant from the ginger family. It's native to southern Asia and usually used in its dried powder form. Its chief use is in cooking and secondarily used as a dye.  Its root contains a yellow-colored chemical called curcumin.  Although its benefits have been known in Asia for centuries, recently it has taken on new acclaim in the West as a disease-preventing agent with over 6,000 articles and studies referencing its...


 14 Apr, 2017  |  Written by Anupa Mueller

Matcha Made the List!

Specialty Food Magazine's Spring issue was just released with a list of the Food Service Buzzwords for 2017, and Matcha made the list. Get some now in special 2 oz canisters. They go great with whatever sophisticated soda is.


 12 Apr, 2017  |  Written by David Napolitano

Celebrating Ceylon Tea

Ceylon tea comes from the island republic of Sri Lanka which is in the Bay of Bengal below the southeastern tip of India.  Sri Lanka was formerly a British crown colony and it kept this name almost a quarter century after its independence.  In 1972, the country changed its name to Sri Lanka and after heated debate, it was decided that abandoning the name "Ceylon Tea" would be devastating to its thriving tea industry. So a priceless brand was saved.


The famous Lion symbol of Ceylon Tea comes with specific burdens of use.  First, any tea bearing the Lion Logo must be grown, manufactured & packed in Sri Lanka.  Even a blend that is 95% Sri Lankan cannot be described as Ceylon Tea.  Overseas, 100% tea from Sri Lanka may be called Ceylon Tea but not bear the famous Lion...


 31 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...


 09 Mar, 2017  |  Written by Anupa Mueller


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