It’s difficult to come across a torpid tea-drinker, one who doesn’t have a leisurely interest to pursue while devouring the beverage sip by sip. Those who are glued to the print oeuvre can glance at a beautiful classic selection. Tastefully, this book has to do with the tradition of tea and brings into light unknown oriental practices of the East. The Book of Tea, vintage and original in its glory, was pioneered because of deep love for art and culture. The English penmanship by Okakura Kakuzo was principally addressed to the West. This 1906 book is one of the oldest in its kind, declaring the Japanese abstraction called ‘teaism” to the world. We think that your reading hour will be more alluring once you swoop into Kakuzo’s insights.
Herbal Tea is the answer to all modern day social and habitual needs. Advantage of the basic “chai” to an herbal genus is the inauguration of prosperousness and greater well-being. Naturally, storage of this essential product needs more attention than a simple ‘Let’s keep it in the kitchen’ approach. The essence of good Herbal Tea lies in its freshness, and preserving that will require minimum exposure to deterrent external factors.
Imagining life without tea will put most Indians into sleepy morning inertia. For us, it’s the answer to a frenzied day at work, morning woes and even heartbreak. Don’t we kill all sorts of social awkwardness with a warm comforting cup in our hands for company? Consequently, it’s amazing to study the history of the Tea Industry and unravel its impact on the country.
Every tea enthusiast craves for a cup of garden fresh tea. However, with time, the taste and quality of tea can deteriorate if it is exposed to moisture and heat. This creates a space for one of the most common questions that people ask – For how long can tea be stored? We, at Goodwyn Tea, decided to make our own enquiry into this agenda.
We live in a country where Tea is often considered as a drink for the elderly. By just borrowing a leaf out of our childhood days, we can easily recall the moment when father used to come home from office and mother would greet him with a cup of warm tea. The aroma of garden fresh Darjeeling tea would create a desire among us to taste this divine beverage, but as soon as a request was placed, reply would come something like this – “tea is not for kids”. However, did you know that some teas are not at all unhealthy for kids; especially when you have access to herbal tea in India!