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  • Tips and Tricks For the Perfect GreenTox® Cleanse

    There’s a wealth of knowledge about GreenToxing®, but there’s no need for it to get complicated. If you think you need to devote a lot of time to ...
  • 5 Tips For Your Regeneration Days

    After the holidays our body longs for light food, a lot of rest and gentle fitness for a good start into the new year. With these simple tricks, th...
  • Matcha, the Japanese Tea that Took Over the World

    It’s become a staple for Instagrammers, yoga teachers and hip teenagers, matcha has become hugely popular in the west. But is it a simple trend ...
  • Madeleines with honey, lavender & dark chocolate

    Besides macarons, I would say that madeleines are quintessentially French cakes which are light and airy and dipped in lovely rich dark chocolate....
  • A Guide to the Japanese Tea Ceremony Experience in Tokyo

    A woman demonstrates a Japanese tea ceremony | © Federico Magonio / Alamy Stock Photo   Governed by a set of ancient and – for outsiders – seeming...
  • Matcha Cheesecake

    If you want a soft mousse cheesecake that looks as good as it tastes, then keep reading! The gradient technique is easier achieved than you think a...
  • What is Kukicha?

    Kukicha is also called, Bōcha, due to stick-like shape and In English, known as the “stem tea” or “twig tea.” It is cultivated from the same plant ...
  • Preparing Matcha

    The preparation of Matcha is a ritual in itself: The Matcha powder is stirred in a little cold water with a bamboo brush until it becomes foamy. T...
  • How To Brew a Perfect Cup of Tea

    After you chose a high quality tea for yourself, here are few tips how to transform it to a perfect cup of tea you can enjoy every day, over and ov...
  • Do you know when tea was discovered?

    According to legend, tea is said to have been discovered in China by someone named Shennong Shi sometime around 2,500 BC. To the Chinese people, S...
  • Serving Chinese tea to elders & guests shows respect...

    Chinese tea embodies the spirit of respect, which is why in Chinese culture, serving tea to a guest or an elder is deemed as an expression of a per...
  • What is Rooibos Tea?

    Rooibos tea, also known as red bush tea and African red tea, is a herbal tea made using the leaves of the Aspalathus linearis plant. Rooibos mean...