It's summertime and a refreshing glass of iced tea sounds like the perfect treat on a hot day. What makes a good iced tea and where can you get it? Even better, how do you make it yourself? Iced tea means something very different depending on where you get it, what form it comes in, and how you prepare it.
1. Pick a tea based on the time of day and what effects you want, 2. Make time for your tea, 3. Re-infuse the leaves, and 4. Share your tea.
The native ecosystem of a tea plant’s growing region is composed of other plants and insects. These other plants and insects also influence tea terroir and the flavor of the tea.
Alcohol-free spirits and bars exist all over the United States and are growing as the sober curious movement gains traction, especially among millennials. These spaces can have a number of benefits for people who want to live alcohol-free permanently or just experiment with it. Not only does this allow people to have a place to socialize without relying on alcoholic beverages, but it also allows for bartenders and chefs to craft more creative drinks independent of boozy ingredients.
In recent years, there have been some very stealthy researchers and business owners who have been snatching up tea's caffeine and putting it in different products. Tea By C is unmasking two in this blog that we think are actually pretty clever.