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Hot Cran Marnier Cider

By On December 12, 2011

With the winter in full swing and all of the holiday bustle upon us, a hot elixir can be just what the doctor ordered. This holiday inspired cider is sure to win… Read More

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Thanksgiving Treats: Pumpkin Muffins Infused with Chocolate Monkey

By On November 22, 2011

I know the holidays are coming when I start to see fall-inspired baking mixes such as cranberry, apple spice and of course, pumpkin. Thanksgiving is just 2 days away. Do you know… Read More

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Tea, Uninterrupted

By On November 18, 2011

Sharing of food and drink has always fascinated me primarily as social ritual. Travelling as a stranger in desolate places, I have taken special note of how refreshments and nourishment are offered… Read More

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Pumpkin Chai Cheesecake Tartlets

By On October 31, 2011

These tasty bite-sized treats will be a surefire hit at your next holiday gathering. Your guests will be begging for more…at least my guests were!!! Temperature: 350 ° F You will need:… Read More

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Fun and Easy Ways To Recycle Your Tea Leaves

By On October 19, 2011

The next time you steep a cup of tea, whether bagged or loose-leaf, save your used leaves. You can do a number of things with them.  In the spirit of recycling and… Read More

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Soap Making with Art of Tea Blends

By On October 11, 2011

It’s sometimes a challenge finding just the right gift for someone special in your life, so what’s more thoughtful than a homemade present? Whether you’re preparing for the holiday season rapidly approaching… Read More

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Iced Teas for Hot Weather

By On July 8, 2010

The Art of Tea team and I recently wrapped up from a weekend at The World Tea Expo in Las Vegas. Steve taught a three-hour class on tea blending and two of… Read More

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Finding Balance – The Tea Paradox

By On June 8, 2010

One of things I struggle with is finding time to find balance. It really is a tea paradox because once you make time for tea you realize how much more time you… Read More

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To Decaf or Not To Decaf

By On January 18, 2010

Thanks to new data from several studies, the idea that tea leaves could be decaffeinated simply by rinsing prior to brewing is now both outdated and inaccurate. At Art of Tea we… Read More

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Making a Decision

By On December 6, 2009

Things are complicated these days – Mac or PC, Blockbuster or Netflix, highlights or lowlights, yoga or pilates, the list goes on and on. To further complicate things, today’s consumers now have… Read More