Here is a list of the 29 best tea blog posts from Life Is Better With Tea as voted by all of you.
As this year draws to a close, I look back and review the year at Life Is Better With Tea and pick some of the most popular tea blog posts. Since I've only been running this blog for two years, I've taken into account all of the tea blog posts since I started.
My goal is for you to have a better tea drinking experience with the help of this tea blog.
Best Tea Recipes
Explore the many possibilities of cooking with tea.
- Best Peach Iced Tea Recipe -A simple southern peach iced tea recipe that’s not too sweet and perfectly peachy.
- Beyond Healthy Blueberry Iced Tea -Blueberry tea couldn’t be any healthier or more refreshing than when it’s iced.
- Chamomile Tea with Honey -This golden herb is a favorite for promoting calm and relieving anxiety.
- Chocolate Tea Cake Recipe - Chocolate tea cake recipe so delicious and moist you’ll be amazed.
- Decadent Chocolate Sorbet -This deliciously decadent chocolate banana tea sorbet is a taste of pure enchantment.
- Easy Homemade Chai Latte Recipe -You’ll never go back to store-bought chai lattes with this authentic recipe!
- Espresso Green Tea Latte with Almond Milk -Almond milk with matcha green tea and espresso. Kind of like a cappuccino but better.
- Matcha Green Tea Breakfast Drink -Matcha green tea can be cold brewed for an instant breakfast drink.
- Moroccan Mint Tea: A Simple Recipe -Moroccan mint tea is a blend of Chinese gunpowder green tea with fresh mint to create the famously delicious Moroccan mint tea
- Secret To The Best London Fog Tea Latte -The secret to making an amazing London Fog tea latte is in the bergamot
Best Posts to Learn About Tea
The more you learn about tea the more you will enjoy it.
- 6 Tea Types: A Beginner’s Guide –This guide explains the six major tea types as well as a guide to herbal and flavored tea.
- 7 Best Tea Books To Make You An Expert -Best tea books to make you an expert, here are my personal selections.
- 8 Best Ways to Travel with Tea –Here's how to Enjoy great tea easily, whether you’re an overnighter, away for the week, or at work for the day.
- 10 Best Online Tea Shops -I’ve discovered over 700 online tea shops and brands! How do you know which ones are reputable?
- 40 Tea Quotes To Help You Be a Better Person – Sometimes all you need is a cup of tea and some inspirational words.
- Best Afternoon Tea in London -Best afternoon tea in London is a review of the book “London’s Afternoon Teas: A Guide to the Most Exquisite Tea Venues in London.”
- Brewing Tea: The Ultimate Guide -Brewing tea, a guide for beginners, and experienced tea brewers alike.
- Darjeeling Tea: The Champagne of India -Darjeeling tea has a delicate and fruity essence to it, quite like champagne.
- How to Drink Green Tea Every -How to drink green tea every day and get the most benefits. Learn about the most famous Chinese and Japanese green teas.
- How to Make the Best Cold Brew Tea -Cold brew tea is a major trend in tea right now. Find out what all the fuss is about.
- Japanese Cast Iron -The Japanese cast iron teapot is an amazing little teapot with ancient roots dating back to the 1600s!
- Tea Lover’s Guide to English Breakfast -English Breakfast Tea is one of the most popular teas in the world. What makes this blend so special?
- Tea Lover’s Guide to Indian -Indian tea has three major tea-producing regions –Darjeeling, Assam, and Nilgiri. Much like the wines of France, tea in India is named after the region in which it is grown.
- Top 5 Best Black Tea Selections -Can’t decide which black tea to choose? Here are some of my best black tea choices, offering a hearty rich deep flavor.
- What Is Black Dragon Pearl Tea? -Black Dragon Pearl Tea is a rare tightly hand-rolled black tea from the Yunnan province of China.
- What is Specialty Tea? - Specialty tea is high-grade loose-leaf tea from small tea estates. It is the segment of the tea industry that produces premium tea usually from single tea gardens.
Best Tea Cocktails
- Easy Sangria Recipe with Sweet Tea -Made with red wine soaked in fruit, this recipe is made even more flavorful and thirst-quenching with the addition of sweet tea, lemonade, and Limoncello.
- Enchanting Earl Grey Tea - This is a simple and sophisticated Earl Grey Tea cocktail made with Grand Marnier garnished with an orange slice.
- Hot Tea Toddy to Warm Winters Chill -A hot tea toddy is a simple natural remedy for warming up and easing cold symptoms.
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In India, no other beverage stirs as much emotion as the beloved 'tea' popularly known as 'chai.' From serving as a beverage to beat the chilly winter or to welcome guests, tea is undoubtedly the most popular beverage in India after water. As loved as it is, it also boasts a mesmerizing and colorful history in India. From the British's discovery of tea in India to the establishment of the thriving tea industry in modern-day India, here is everything you need to know about the story of tea in India.
How Did Tea Travel To India?
Generally, it is believed those centuries ago, tea was transported to India by the Silk Caravans that traveled all the way from China to Europe. Native Indians sometimes used tea leaves in their diet, but it was utilized for its medicinal properties for the most part. Tea was used for various purposes, such as making soup, vegetable dishes, and cooking before it eventually got transformed into 'chai.'
The British Legacy
The British were the first ones who formally introduced tea to the Indians. After discovering that Indian soil was fertile for tea, the British decided to cultivate it in India to overthrow the Chinese monopoly over tea production. The Assam valley and the Darjeeling mountains were chosen as the early sites for planting tea seeds. Over the next 14 years, after many unsuccessful attempts, India started to produce tea that was just as good as the tea made in China or better. Eventually, India became the second-largest tea exporter-only behind China.
The Indian Tea Industry Today
Even after the British left, the tea industry in India continued to evolve and eventually became the juggernaut it is today. There are more than 40,000 tea gardens across Assam, more than 60,000 in the Nilgiris, and about 85 in Darjeeling. In 2019 alone, India produced more than 1000 million kgs, making it the second-largest producer globally. In April of 2021, India’s estimated tea production was 73.44 million kgs.
With India’s diversity, tea drinking has also transformed in various ways. In India, chai is made with different ingredients in different regions. From masala to ayurvedic tea, chai intimately reflects the diversity of India. From humble chai tea shops to huge conglomerates selling the finest of Indian tea, Tea has captured the hearts and minds of Indians.
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