The story of Dark Buckwheat Tea is one of intrigue and romance, as it originates from the unpolluted high mountains of southwestern China, home to the fascinating Yi people, whose hearty livelihood is steeped in simplicity and pristine health. The Yi ‘s long relationship with the many varietals of Buckwheat has spanned for thousands of years, as they have incorporated the buckwheat plant into their daily life of farming, eating, trading…and drinking it’s impressively savory brew, which recently has been proven to be a nutritional powerhouse.Read More›
In the world of tea, there are so many varieties to choose from – and so little of the wisdom of teas is known by the public.
Chamomile and Mint for example, although delicious, are not actually tea.
Technically tea only comes from the camellia sinensis plant, so chamomile and mint would technically be herbal teas, which we commonly use to mean any plant that is boiled in water and then consumed.Read More›