November 19, 2022 3 min read
Tea cocktails… yum!
Inflation - Too much talk! But that's not it!
1. DRINK LIKE A GODDESS
In mythology, a goddess is a female god. Aphrodite, for example, is the Greek goddess of love and beauty. Many religions have female deities or goddesses, including the ancient Romans and Greeks, traditional African religions, and Hinduism. Some well-known goddesses include Juno, Gaia, and Lakshmi. If you know a woman who seems as beautiful, powerful, or amazing as a god, you can also call her a goddess. Don’t just keep it to yourself, let her know she is GODDESS!
Green Goddess: Smooth, sweet fresh watermelon notes fill the cup. Light cucumber finish. Very nice tea, not heavy.
The equilateral triangle is an exceptional geometrical shape. Supported by three equal sides it offers support and strength in perfect symmetry. Why are we talking about triangles? We'd like to draw a parallel with Green Goddess Green Tea. In a similar way, this blend of green tea, cucumber slices and melon flavouring offers three supportive sides: 1: Multiple health benefits. 2: High thirst-quenching ability. 3: Exceptional flavour.
2. GET HIGH – on Antioxidants
Polynesian migrants, after travelling vast swathes of the Pacific in large canoes, are believed to have landed on the island sometime around 400 CE, bringing many of their customs and cultural artifacts with them. This island is know as Easter Island. Ocean legend has it that among other things, hibiscus flowers made the trip. For centuries the islanders lived in peace and harmony, erecting the giant statues for which the island is famous.
For centuries, people have used hibiscus seeds, flowers, leaves and stems in food and traditional medicine. Today, you can find hibiscus-flavoured jams, jellies, sauces, syrups and teas throughout the world. The hibiscus is rich in antioxidants such as beta-carotene, vitamin C and anthocyanin. Antioxidants destroy harmful molecules known as free radicals within your body. Free radicals cause damage to cells that contribute to diseases such as cancer, heart disease and diabetes. While your body uses its own antioxidants to fight free radical damage, antioxidant-rich foods may also play a role in preventing disease.
It is believed that the first instance of the mixing of dried hibiscus petals and pomegranate took place in the harbour of Hanga Roa, the capital of Rapa Nui, otherwise known as Easter Island.
The superb cup offers a sweet, bright nose, with supple notes of honey, herbs and berries offset by grassy notes of moss from the green tea and a smooth palate cleanser of a finish. Put simply - a fabulous cup worthy of a tall tale or two of its own.
Whether or not the legend can be believed, what is certain is that the tart combination of the flower and fruit is a winner.
3. TRAINING - Different Strokes
No, not the 70s/80s sitcom. But does that ever bring back some cool memories - "What you talking about Willis!" Yes we went there! Who would image horse training to be such a cool job! Spending hours in the beautiful warm oceanic waters with one of nature's most beautiful animal! This has nothing to do with tea, but we just thought it was pretty awesome! Also a quick reminder to get some exercise in your daily routine. Have a fantastic day!
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