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Meet Dirty Earl

Meet Dirty Earl

Have you heard before of Dirty Chai or tried it before? Dirty Chai is a popular drink commonly served in cafes. It consists of a shot of espresso mixed into chai latte (Prana Chai).  Today we tried a variation of it - Dirty Earl. We added an espresso shot into our Earl Grey Latte made with our Nespresso Machine. You would have thought it'd be a weird combination, Earl Grey and coffee, you'd be pleasantly surprised! The bergamot notes linger nicely while savoring the roasting coffee notes! Our yin-yang version! What you will need Nespresso Machine (Needless to say) 1x Earl Grey Tea Pod 1x Coffee...

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How to Make Your Own Earl Grey Tea Latte at Home with a Nespresso Machine

How to Make Your Own Earl Grey Tea Latte at Home with a Nespresso Machine

The easiest, most fuss-free, and quickest Earl Grey tea latte home-'recipe' ever!

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Sri Lanka - Ceylon Tea (Part 1)

Sri Lanka - Ceylon Tea (Part 1)

Interesting read about Sri Lanka - Ceylon Tea (Part 1)

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Behind The Scene (BTS): Create Your Own Blend

Behind The Scene (BTS): Create Your Own Blend

In case you were wondering how your unique tea or herbal blend is created before it is being sent out, we've taken a few photos to share alittle about the process! - Step 1: You decide on your base - tea or herbal as well as the botanicals! You give it a name and share any particular blending notes you'd like your tea lady to take note e.g. you'd like it to be more floral or less spices etc. It's your blend, you decide! Go ahead and place your order. Step 2: Your tea lady received your order along with...

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Botanical Spotlight: all you need to know about Chamomile

Botanical Spotlight: all you need to know about Chamomile

Chamomile that belongs to the family of Asteraceae, is one of the most sought-after medicinal plants in the world. It's grown across Asia, Europe, and America, and was as well, introduced into India during the Mughal period.  The dried flower of chamomile contains important phytochemicals such as terpenoids and flavonoids, which are secondary metabolites that help in fighting off various ailments. Since time immemorial, chamomile has been used for its antioxidant, mildly astringent, anti-inflammatory, and healing properties.  Chamomile can be consumed as a herbal tea and presently, has now become a common and perfect ingredient for many herbal tea blends....

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