Mandarin Orange Stuffed with Puerh
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1w ago
Whether it is mandarin oranges or tangerines, citrus fruits have played a large role in Chinese medicine for centuries. So it is no surprise to find a practice of stuffing tea into these dried fruits. History Starting back around the Song Dynasty (900-1269CE), citrus fruit was used to treat sore throats, nausea, and congestion. The […] The post Mandarin Orange Stuffed with Puerh appeared first on Dominion Tea ..read more
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History of Mulling Spices
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3M ago
Across a multitude of years and cultures, the consumption of mulled wine is long synonymous with winter, evocative of cold nights, holiday gatherings, and good cheer. Brewed by steeping a variety of herbs and spices into (most often) a red wine base, this festive beverage has a long and storied history that is well worth […] The post History of Mulling Spices appeared first on Dominion Tea ..read more
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History of the Hot Toddy
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5M ago
Autumn will be here soon, and we at Dominion Tea can’t help but feel excited! Crisp weather, colorful leaves – and, of course, the return of some of our favorite cozy flavors. And while so many of the seasonal beverages are tasty, we wanted to shine a special spotlight on one delicious remedy, the unsung […] The post History of the Hot Toddy appeared first on Dominion Tea ..read more
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Easy and Festive Matcha Butter Cream Frosting
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1y ago
Looking for a quick and easy way to brighten up your holiday bakes this year? As always, we’ve got a tea to help! Not only does this matcha buttercream boost a gorgeous natural green color, its sweet complexity compliments a wide variety of flavors. We especially love pairing it with gingerbread or dark chocolate cookies, but it would also do […] The post Easy and Festive Matcha Butter Cream Frosting appeared first on Dominion Tea ..read more
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Dragon’s Moon Soup
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1y ago
Chilly autumn days call for some of our favorite cozy things! Warming hot teas, delicious soups… which gave us an idea. Why choose one tasty thing when you can have both? This hearty vegan soup makes perfect use of our favorite fall herbs and veggies, swapping out a traditional broth base for a concentrated black tea infusion to give it extra body and character. Savory, rich, and […] The post Dragon’s Moon Soup appeared first on Dominion Tea ..read more
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Barmbrack – Traditional Irish Tea Bread
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1y ago
When it comes to sweet treats and fun traditions, you really can’t beat Halloween. Although there are some staple goodies when it comes to the season – caramel apples, s’mores, and candy, to name a few – sometimes the most interesting rituals are ones that point back to much older origins. One such custom is the making of barmbrack, a traditional Irish tea […] The post Barmbrack – Traditional Irish Tea Bread appeared first on Dominion Tea ..read more
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Witch’s Brew 2021: Making Your Own Tea Blends
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1y ago
For Halloween, let’s brew up some unique tea blends using existing teas. Over the next four weeks, we will walk you through the craft of blending tea while creating four new blends to enjoy. So grab your measuring spoons, cup and infuser and join us on our blending adventure. 1st Recipe: Toasted Marshmallow Our first […] The post Witch’s Brew 2021: Making Your Own Tea Blends appeared first on Dominion Tea ..read more
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Tea Pairings for a Late Summer Harvest
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1y ago
When it comes to fresh produce, there’s no season more abundant than late summer. If you spent your spring planting and weeding, you may find your home garden filled to bursting, while local farmer’s markets are more bountiful than ever.  With such a wonderful recent harvest, we’ve been having fun experimenting here at Dominion Tea, pairing up some of our favorite teas […] The post Tea Pairings for a Late Summer Harvest appeared first on Dominion Tea ..read more
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Japanese Philosophy of Tea: Wabi-sabi
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1y ago
Formalized in the 16th century by practitioner Sen no Rikyū, the practice of the Japanese tea ceremony, called chadō (“the way of tea”), is one of the most famous aspects of Japanese tea culture. Key to chadō is the concept of wabi-sabi, an essential component of Zen Buddhist philosophy. Wabi-sabi Defined Wabi-sabi is based on […] The post Japanese Philosophy of Tea: Wabi-sabi appeared first on Dominion Tea ..read more
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Floral Tea: History of Brewing Flowers
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1y ago
With Valentine’s Day just around the corner, we’ve been getting into the spirit by brewing up some of our favorite floral tea blends. From classics like Jasmine Green and Lotus Blossom to newer favorites like The Rose Garden, there are teas for lovers of almost every kind of flower you can imagine. And as it […] The post Floral Tea: History of Brewing Flowers appeared first on Dominion Tea ..read more
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