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Matcha Tea and Exercise
For those who hit the gym floor regularly there's lots of good pre-workout boost and post-workout recovery advice out there. Many supplements available in shops contain artificial sweeteners and flavouring agents, so if you want to go all natural, try Matcha tea to energise your body before the workout and recover from the exercise quicker. Matcha contains heaps of antioxidants, the most powerful identified compound being EGCG (epigallocatechin gallate). EGCG has been proven to have anti-inflamm..
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Finding a good Tea Shop

Tea Shops are sprouting like mushrooms these days in the UK. Tea is cool and trendy. It can be a little bit overwhelming at times – shop after shop pops out with hundreds of glass jars showing off colourful leaves. How would you know if one is any good? Here are a few things to look out for:

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Light Roast Oolong

Light Roast Oolongs represent the optimum combination of easy handling, straight forward brewing, stunning flavours and aromas and a perfect balance of the soothing and comforting effect and the uplifting kick you get from tea drinking. Roasting also neutralises some of the stimulants making these teas gently energising but easy on your stomach.

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Winter time is Wuyi time

Winter time is Wuyi time. This group of oolong teas has a wonderful warming quality, making them suitable for cold and windy weather and tea drinkers with weakened health.

We have just added more teas to our selection of Wuyi Oolongs - a stunning Shui Xian Supreme (less roasted than most other Wuyi Oolongs) and a younger generation of Da Hong Pao.

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