Posted by Leaf Bar |
On 25 Jun 2020 |
Updated on 25 Jun 2020 |
Some happy news, folks! The new season Chinese teas and some beautiful matured teas have arrived. I'm listing them them gradually but bear with me while I get decent photos of the leaves sorted.Apologies to those waiting for high mountain oolongs, there have been some delays with getting those in and it will take a little longer. I'll keep you posted...
What else to do during lockdown but drink tea by the gallon. Thank you all for supporting the shop in this uncertain time. In order to comply with social distancing advice orders are now dispatched once or twice a week to reduce my trips to the post office. Please allow additional time for deliveries as Royal Mail is under strain and deliveries also take longer from dispatch to arrival at your door. Please stay home and stay safe!..
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..
A lovely article about Leaf Bar on Somewhere Over The Teapot - a French
blog about all things tea. We met with the writer a few weeks ago at
Cambridge Market and shared delicious cups of tea and memorable tea
stories. I was so excited to meet someone who also appreciates the
unsmoked Lapsang tea!The article is in French, a good opportunity to refresh your language skills: Découverte : la marque The Leaf Bar à Cambridge ..
Generally, most green teas, green oolongs and raw puer teas are of cooling nature. These teas are suitable for warm and sunny days, times when extra energy is needed, occasions when something cooling is required. Teas of cooling nature are particularly suitable for people who naturally have increased body heat. This can be seen as very active metabolism, tendency to get hot and incapability to tolerate hot weather, as well as tendency towards skin redness and inflammation. Teas that are strongly cooling by nature are not ideal for people with weak digestion as they can cause upset stomach. It is also advisable to limit this group during pregnancy.