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    HIBISCUS TEA BENEFITS

    HIBISCUS TEA BENEFITS

    A common use for Hibiscus is brewing tea. The hibiscus buds (called calyxes) are dried and used to make hot or cold teas. The dried hibiscus buds create a bright red infusion with a tart and slightly fruity flavour. 

    Hibiscus tea can be enjoyed sweetened, unsweetened, with added spices or fresh citrus. 

    This tea is naturally caffeine free and boasts a tonne of medicinal properties. 

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    Tea + Books Gift Guide by Le Salon Literary Discussions

    cup of tea with open books

    As the weather begins to cool off, curling up with a good book and a comforting cup of tea is an ideal way to spend an evening. Trust me, I’m a professional reader. 

    To enhance your reading teatime, below you’ll find some of the most popular book genres each paired with a Tealish blend. Just like a bookstore, there is something for everyone!

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    TEA-INFUSED CASHEW MYLK

    TEA-INFUSED CASHEW MYLK
    Making your own Nut Milks at home is easier than you think! Our current favourite is Cashew Mylk, not only does it make a frothy, creamy mylk - it requires no straining! That means no nut mylk bags, cheesecloth or mess. We've flavoured ours with tea for a naturally delicious, protein rich beverage. 

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