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The internet has changed our world in such profound ways that we can't remember or envision a world without it. Through the outgrowth of peoples' desires to connect and build community, we have whittled down this globe of ours into microcosms of interest. As a professed foodie, the opportunities to connect are endless.
To most bar goers now, the martini is generic for vodka served up in a cocktail glass, or maybe even some flavored vodka concoction like a chocolotini or Appletini. But that's not how the martini got its start. In the late 19th century up until at least the 1960s, the martini was a gin drink.
Ever wonder how green tea ice cream is made or the green tea latte you had at Starbucks? Matcha is the key ingredient, a tea powder made from premium green tea unique to Japan. Essential to the celebrated Japanese green tea ceremony, Matcha is well- known for its health benefits and rich, intense taste. Versatile enough for any season, this tea powder is ideal in summer for making green tea ice cream, iced tea lattes and green tea smoothies.
Hello tea lovers! I am back from my trip to India and boy, what a trip it was! While visiting my family, I planned a visit to Makaibari Tea Estate, which is situated in the Darjeeling hills of northeastern India. Since 1859, Makaibari has produced noteworthy teas while conserving the rainforest in which it is located and reflecting the wonderful soul of the local community.
I've recently completed a whirlwind trip to France, training the coffee crew in the American Pavilion at the Cannes Film Festival on the ins and outs of tea. In the evenings, I would stroll the streets and became fascinated with understanding the place of tea in the French culture. Often, I saw cheerful announcements of salon de thé, (tea salon) with the likes of beer and food printed on awnings.
We would like to celebrate the many uses of Mighty Leaf tea by sharing with you photos of dresses made by two separate artists using our signature tea pouches. Inspired by the beauty of the pouches, these two artists independently designed the dresses. Susana Aragon created the dress in the photo on the left, and Shelly Smith the dress worn by the model on the right.
As mixologists, we are continually experimenting with new flavors and sensations to create simple cocktails with complex flavor profiles to share with the world. Trends play an important part in the creativity and development of new drinks. Today, we see a major movement toward healthier living and longer life. Products that focus on low-cholesterol and a healthy heart have long been prevalent on our supermarket shelves.
I'm a tea drinker who enjoys tea with a little bit of milk. Not only does it add a nice creamy texture to the tea, it also seems to take the bitter edge off, even without adding any sugar. And I'm certainly not alone - by one estimate, 98% of British tea drinkers top off with the white stuff.