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Practicing Mindfulness in Simple Tea Meditation

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Practicing Mindfulness in Simple Tea Meditation

Tea meditation is simple and requires no prior knowledge of meditation practices. All you need is your desire to be in the present moment.

The meditation can be practiced for as little or as long as you want, any time of the day. It is really all up to you!

There is a tendency amongst people to get up in the morning feeling rushed to get somewhere. Why not try getting up a little earlier and dedicating the time for this simple tea meditation? (Read more)

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The Many Uses of Japanese Green Tea

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The Many Uses of Japanese Green Tea

Sometimes it is hard to look at green tea without considering its medicinal properties. In fact, Japanese green tea has many uses not all of us are aware of. After all, when tea was reaching its popularity in China and soon after brought to Japan, it wasn’t just seen as an enjoyable beverage but as a valuable medicine.  (Read more)

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How to Whisk Matcha in Traditional Fashion

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How to Whisk Matcha in Traditional Fashion

Globally, the popularity of Matcha has seen constant growth to the point where it is now considered a formal ingredient. It takes beverage form, dessert form, and all forms in between with a variety of temperatures, techniques, and tastes. But here, we'll focus on the most traditional way of preparing matcha, in it's most traditional form: served as a cup of hot tea. (Read More).

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The Importance of Clay When Drinking Tea

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The Importance of Clay When Drinking Tea

Here's some information on the most overlooked and disregarded stem in the process of tea making: the cup. Pottery is a patient, start-to-finish alchemy that places importance on the tiniest details for the perfect outcome; just like tea cultivation. Every clay has a different chemistry, and every cup has a different taste. (Read more)

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Tea Recipe: Matcha Edamame Dip

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Tea Recipe: Matcha Edamame Dip

We believe this Matcha-inspired recipe is a great addition to any party, friends gathering, a relaxing night at home, or even to your daily lunches. You can eat it as a dip, inside of a sandwich, or perhaps as a salad dressing. Very vibrant and very green. Plus, the flavor combos are endless! (Read more)

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