#MyTeaMoments

By July 21, 2014 Art of Tea News
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    All over, people are drinking Art of Tea. Show us how you enjoy your tea by using the hashtag #MyTeaMoments, and every month we will showcase a handful of our favorites. It could be the art of your brewing process, enjoying a hot cup while reading your morning paper, or sipping iced tea with your friends. We want to see how you celebrate your tea moments. Check out some of our favorites from the last month.
    My Tea Moments

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      Hibiscus Cooler Popsicles

      By July 14, 2014 Cocktails, Mocktails & More
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        Looking for a treat to cool down with? Look no further. These Hibiscus Cooler iced tea popsicles are the way to go. Bright, tasty and refreshing, both you and your guests can enjoy these tempting delights. Even better, they have no added sugar and are a fun way to “drink” your iced tea. All you need are the ingredients below, and a little bit of time for the popsicles to harden. Enjoy!
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        Ingredients:
        • Water
        • Fresh berries
        • Lemon juice (optional)
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        Directions:
        • Follow brewing directions as specified on the back of your Art of Tea Hibiscus Cooler box. Add 2 qt pouch to pitcher and fill with water. Place in fridge and let sit for 8-10 hours.
        • Add lemon juice/sweetener to taste (optional)
        • Add berries to your popsicle molds and fill with iced tea
        • Place in freezer until water freezes (4-7 hrs)
        • Pull out from freezer and enjoy!
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        Show us how you are enjoying your Hibiscus Cooler Popsicles by tagging #MyTeaMoments. Your instagram could be featured on our blog! Happy Summer!
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          Tea-Infused Cocktail Party

          By July 3, 2014 Cocktails, Mocktails & More, Gifts, Holidays & Events, Staff Chronicles, Videos
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            We worked with a team of mixologists to develop 6 new, tea-infused cocktails that are sure to delight you. Developing new drinks can be thirsty work, so we invited some friends over to help us taste test our new concoctions and before we knew it we were having a great time!

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              Art of Summer

              By June 30, 2014 Health & Lifestyle
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                With summer in full swing, we surveyed everyone at Art of Tea headquarters to bring you the ultimate summer playlist, perfect for a BBQ, a drive down the coast or, sipping iced tea with friends. Enjoy!
                Art of Tea Summer Music Playlist

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                  In The News

                  By June 24, 2014 Art of Tea News
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                    At Art of Tea, we have been busy lately! We are honored to present a variety of articles that we have been featured in, including a behind the scenes interview with our founder and CEO Steve Schwartz with Acclaimed Food Critic S Irene Virbila from the LA Times. See the entire list below.
                     
                    6. ABC Radio Online: National Iced Tea Month
                    7. ABC Radio Online: Health Benefits of Tea
                    8. Kirbie’s Cravings: Iced Tea Sangria
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                      4th of July Essentials

                      By June 23, 2014 Health & Lifestyle
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                        With the 4th of July right around the corner, many of you are gearing up to host a big BBQ bash. We have created a handy iced tea and BBQ food pairing guide, to help compliment the flavors of your favorite summer food. Happy Fourth and enjoy the fireworks!

                        Fourth of July

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                          Unlikely Iced Tea: Darjeeling vs. Ancient Forest

                          By June 16, 2014 Brewing Tea, History and Culture of Tea, Staff Chronicles, Tea Profiles
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                            Darjeeling, “the champagne of teas”, is notoriously easy to start a love affair with. It could be that this delicate rarity captures exactly what is appealing and pleasurable about tea. Like champagne, Darjeeling takes the name of its region and can’t be produced anywhere else. This region happens to be in the remote, rolling hills of West Bengal, where only the most delicate leaves are picked and tossed by hand.

                            The 1st and 2nd crops of spring (or “flushes”) are highly sought after and tend to be expensive. And then there’s this: our second flush Biodynamic Darjeeling. Hailing from the Makaibari estate, it is best steeped at the (relatively) low temperature of 180°F.

                            You can also brew it in the fridge (8+ hours) for a refined and cooling iced tea. The result is a pale amber, just as distinctive in taste as in color. It is round, rich, astringent, and leaves a noticeable dryness. Darjeeling iced tea may be uncommon, but it is definitely worthwhile!

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                            There are many black teas that compare well with Darjeeling, and I don’t believe in such thing as a “control” when it comes to trying tea. So, I wanted something different and settled on Art of Tea’s Ancient Forest. Each leaf is hand-picked from ancient trees in the Blue Mountains of Yunnan province, China.

                            Once steeped (in the exact same conditions as the Darjeeling), it becomes clear that these two teas have little in common. Much darker in color, the Ancient Forest releases a smoky aroma. Full and bold, this better resembles iced tea as we know it (albeit much more earthy than anything you’ll find at your local supermarket).

                            Why not brew enough iced tea to last days whilst exploring your palate? As more-than-worthy alternatives, Assam Gold and Classic Black steep immaculately into cold, summery beverages!

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                              Road Trip Essentials Guide

                              By June 16, 2014 Health & Lifestyle
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                                Road Trip Essentials

                                Planning on going on a road trip this summer? We’ve gathered some road trip necessities before you head out on your adventure. Don’t forget to pack lots of food and your Art of Tea Iced Tea!

                                 

                                1. Art of Tea Iced Tea
                                2. Art of Tea 2 Qt. Iced Tea Maker
                                3. Jawbone Jambox
                                4. TOMS sunglasses
                                5. Herschel backpack
                                8. An LL Bean blanket

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                                  June Tea of the Month

                                  By June 13, 2014 Tea Profiles
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                                    June Tea of the Month
                                    Happy June! Now that the sun more consistently, cool down with our Summer Peach Iced tea. With our easy to brew bags, it is the perfect addition to any summer brunch or BBQ.

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                                      Homemade Iced Tea Cubes

                                      By June 9, 2014 Cocktails, Mocktails & More, Cooking with Tea, Tea Profiles
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                                        Summer Peach Iced Tea Cubes 2

                                        Summer Peach Iced Tea cubes are the ideal way to keep your drink cold on a hot afternoon, while avoiding the dilution that comes with normal ice cubes.

                                        Simply add our Summer Peach loose leaf tea to hot water (206⁰F). We recommend 1 teaspoon of tea per 8oz cup of water. Let steep for 3-5 minutes, then pour over an ice cube tray and freeze overnight.

                                        These cubes are the perfect addition to a freshly brewed batch of Summer Peach Iced Tea. Once melted, you can even refreeze the unused portion back into cubes.

                                        Or, for a chilling twist on a classic summer beverage, fill a glass with Summer Peach Iced Tea cubes and pour sweetened lemonade on top. Let sit for a few minutes, stir, and enjoy your Arnold Palmer!

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