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Tisanes, the “non-tea”.

Tisanes, the "non-tea". ti·sane pronounced "tiˈzan" or "tiˈzän" A tisane is any mixture of fruits, herbs, spices, seeds or any plant material other than the tea leaf Camillia sinensis. Technically, tisanes are not considered tea. "Teas" such as black tea, green tea, white tea, oolong, yellow tea, pu-erh tea are all made from variations of…
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The many benefits of Black Tea

Antioxidants are rich in black tea in the form of polyphenols! These substances block DNA damage from toxic chemicals. Tea polyphenols are different from those found in veggies and fruits and are a great additional supplement to your health. Black tea has been shown to lower the risk of getting type 2 diabetes in a…
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How long to store tea? Black tea leaves can keep for up to two years, but the flavorings (oils and added components) to tea can loose their peak flavor and freshness within 6 months.  I recommend customers store their tea in airtight containers away from light, and plan to consume their black tea within 6…
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