The Tea Maestro
The medieval Suffolk village of Lavenham has more than 300 half-timbered homes and now you can own one of their most photographed buildings — if you don’t mind slanting floors and you can afford the £525,000 price tag. Everyl Madell once ran the popular Munnings Tea Room on the first floor. Unfortunately, the longtime establishment… Read more
Thomas Jefferson was an early “foodie” and his great passion for food and drink included Chinese teas, both black and green. According to the archives of Monticello, Jefferson’s financial records and correspondence show consistent purchases of tea and provide valuable information about the kinds and amounts of tea he and his family drank. The few… Read more
We’re all looking for that magic bullet — that super food which will melt off pounds, make us look ten years younger and keep your heart beating like an atomic clock. I hate to disappoint you, but there is no such panacea. However, thanks to over 1000 ongoing clinical studies across the globe, tea has… Read more
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