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14 Dec, 2011

The Japanese Tea Ceremony

Posted by: Green Tea Nutrition Devotee In: History

Japan holds green tea so preciously that serving it became a ceremony that will take years to master. They hold this practice for too long already, that the Japanese tea ceremony is known to date back about hundred years already. Through the passing of times, the tea ceremony includes 4 ceremonies that are highly upheld […]

12 Dec, 2011

The Beginning of Iced Tea

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An iced tea is not your ordinary drink! Interestingly, the first iced tea started by accident during a hot day at the celebration of World’s Fair. In the year 1904, a man named Richard Blechynden added ice to his hot tea to make it more enjoyable. After which, a new craze was born. Obviously, some […]

02 Dec, 2011

The Different Kinds of Japanese Green Tea

Posted by: Green Tea Nutrition Devotee In: History

Green tea came from China; Japanese priests brought it to Japan however about 800 years ago. Through time, the tea became a part of the Japanese culture. They learned to appreciate and cherish the taste of this tea, along with its medical benefits. These people believe that the tea can have a good effect to […]

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28 Nov, 2011

The Green Tea Farm

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08 Sep, 2008

Green Tea History: Ten Virtues of Tea

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Green Tea’s nutritional value is rooted in the tea’s history. In the 12th century, Zen Monk Eisai brought tea seeds from China to Japan and also relayed the 10 virtues of tea. Regular green tea drinkers will be able to relate to these virtues. Here are the 10 Virtues of tea: Tea has the blessing […]


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