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    Tea Note Speaker - April 2011 Issue

    Editors Note
    From the Editors Desk

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    Spring is Here- Time to Clean out Your Tea Cupboard

    Nice weather is starting to break. The sun is shining and this time of year, I always clean out my tea cupboard to make room for my spring and summer teas. Of course, there are always the old stand bys that I will drink all year.

    Here are a few that I enjoy year long:

    Black tea--Anhui Keemun is grown in the eastern part of China where for centuries only green tea was produced. In the 1800’s it became apparent that the growing and weather conditions in Anhui province would produce an exxcellent quality black tea that developed into Keeman tea. Today Chinese Keeman is a celebrated tea, loved for its smoky yet fowery and fruity taste. I purchased mine at Adagio Teas

    Green tea—Citron Green again a tea from China just the scent of which is heavenly and makes me feel like I’m on my way to a warm tropical location (I live in a colder climate) The citrusy sweet taste accented by the green tea also sends me in my mind’s eye to a tropical paradise. I’m in heaven. I purchased mine at Adagio Tea

    What do you find in your cupboard that you love to drink?


    Loyal E-zine Readers Deserve the Very Best Offers

    We are thrilled to be able to offer you our very loyal readers the very best price on our newly released ebook entitled Herbal Tea Recipes.

    This book contains so much useful information that I don’t know where to start. Many people today are beginning to recognize that herbs can be an important part of their food pantry as well as their medicine cabinet.

    People are looking for and becoming more interested in natural healing methods.

    Our readers already know that tea from the Camellia Sinensis plant offers many health benefits.

    Let’s take time now to explore the benefits of herbs. I urge you to find out how the New Herbal Tea Recipes Book Unlocks the Powerful Health Benefits of Tea and Herbs. DO NOT purchase the book on that page however; come back here to get an even better price offered only to our loyal readers.

    Plus you will receive ALL the bonus publications as well. (the tea wallet is not included in this price of $14.97)


    An Allergy Fighter Herbal Tea Recipe

    Allergy season is upon us. If you want to fight allergies naturally, here is a recipe from our ebook. Enjoy!

    * See note below
    ** See note below

    Allergy Fighter Tea This is a citrus flavor with a touch of mint. It will help you to alleviate the discomforts associated with allergy season.

    1 part nettle
    1 part peppermint
    1 part spearmint
    1 part eyebright
    1 pat lemongrass leaves
    1 part calendula
    1 part red clover
    1 part lavender flowers
    1 part fennel seeds
    Pinch of stevia

    Cover with already brewed* loose leaf green tea. Steep for 10 minutes, strain and enjoy. Consistency and regular tea drinking will work the longer you drink this formula. You can find all the ingredients for this tea at Mountain Rose Herbs.

    *Black, green, and White teas are from the Camellia Sinensis plant.

    These teas cannot be over brewed or they will become increasingly bitter.

    Steep these types of tea separately for the proper amount of time, for instance 4 minutes for black, 3 minutes for green and 2 minutes for white tea. Then add the other ingredients and steep for the amount of time suggested for the recipe.

    It is also perfectly to make the recipes without black, green or white tea. In this case you would use good quality water. You will still benefit from the other ingredients for allergy relief.

    **1 part could be 1 tablespoon, 1/4 cup, 1/2 cup etc. The important thing is to keep each proportion the same. You may want to make a small batch the first time. Then make a larger batch to make sure it is on hand during the whole allergy season.



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