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Tea Bag

  1. A tea bag is a small bag or pouch that holds tea leaves to brew a single cup of tea.
  2. A tea bag is a small bag that holds loose tea leaves.
  3. A tea bag is a small, porous paper, silk or nylon bag containing tea leaves for brewing tea .


  1. Samovar was not only a feature of home comfort, the symbol of Russian hospitality, but also a kind of a mascot.
  2. The Samovar is a traditional Russian device for tea brewing.
  3. A samovar is a cauldron not a teapot, some samovars have a mini tea pot on top.
  4. A samovar was essential to the brewing of tea and they began appearing at this time in a great variety of shapes and sizes.
  5. The samovar is a a metal urn in which water is kept boiling for tea.
  6. The samovar is a combination hot water heater and teapot.
  7. The samovar was a staple in homes, restaurants and offices.
  8. Samovar is a blend of slightly smoked China and India teas.


  1. Tea is sorted into various grades.


  1. A teapot is a vessel used for steeping tea leaves or a herbal mix in near-boiling water .

Tea Ceremony

  1. A tea ceremony is a ritualised form of making tea.
  2. A tea ceremony is an Asian ritualised form of making tea.

Camellia Sinensis

  1. CAMELLIA SINENSIS - The botanical name for the tea plant.
  2. Camellia Sinensis are sub-tropical plants prefer hot and humid conditions.
  3. Camellia Sinensis is a beautiful shrub and performs well in most gardens besides it's "tea making" attributes.
  4. Camellia sinensis is a Far East native evergreen favors tropical to subtropical climate, moisture, and high altitude.
  5. Camellia sinensis is a evergreen plant from which black, green and red teas derive their leaves.


  1. Mint is a necessary ingredient in Touareg tea, a popular tea in northern Africa and Arabian countries.
  2. Mint is a good decongestant and helps loosen up the phlegm produced in bronchitis, therefore clearing the respiratiory system.
  3. Mint is a great detoxifier and therefore works like magic on a body upset from food allergies.
  4. Mint is a necessary ingredient in Touareg tea, a popular tea in northern African and Arab countries.
  5. Mint is one of the most widely used herbs in culinary traditions throughout the world.

Black Tea

  1. Black Tea - The most widely consumed teas, black teas are full-flavored and characterized by a tannic, woody astringency with subtle, flowery nuances.

Green Tea

  1. Green Tea is a beverage made from the unfermented dried leaves of the tea plant, Camellia Sinensis.
  2. Green Tea is a common beverage choice in China and Japan, but not in the rest of the world.
  3. Green Tea is a life saving, life enhancing and life giving drink that goes un noticed buy many.

Milk Tea

  1. Milk tea is a mixture of milk, sugar and tea.
  2. Milk tea is part of the daily life of many Hong Kongers, and is popular among the masses in Hong Kong.
  3. Milk tea is part of the daily life of many Hong Kongers.

Herbal Tea

  1. Herbal Tea: A beverage that is not made from the tea plant, but from a variety of dried berries and other fruits, herbs and flowers.
  2. Herbal Tea: An infusion that is not made from the tea plant, but a tea nonetheless.
  3. Herbal tea is a good alternative.

Gunpowder Tea

  1. Gunpowder tea is a Chinese green tea in which leaves are rolled into tiny pellets.
  2. Gunpowder Tea: A green Chinese tea which is rolled into a small, pellet-size ball and then dried.
  3. Gunpowder tea is a form of green Chinese tea produced in Zhejiang Province of China in which each leaf has been rolled into a small round pellet.

Yellow Tea

  1. Yellow tea is a category of tea that is not well known outside of China.
  2. Yellow tea is a distinct variety of tea, but is closely related to green tea.
  3. Yellow tea is a rare variety of tea which is slowly gaining recognition in Western countries.
  4. Yellow tea is a rare variety of tea, and not much research has been done on its health benefits.
  5. Yellow tea is a style of tea unto itself, to call it a white tea is rather misleading, but then GenerationTea is not the most knowledgable of sources.

Thai Tea

  1. Thai Tea is a cold drink that is sweet and is topped with cream.
  2. Thai Tea is a sweet tea beverage that is now in syrup form.
  3. Thai tea is a blend of several kind of tea and thai spices.

Tea Caddy

  1. A tea caddy is a special container that people put green tea powder in.
  2. A tea caddy is a box, jar, canister or other receptacle for tea.
  3. A tea caddy is a special container that people put tea in.

Assam Tea

  1. Assam Tea - To the North-East of India, through which flows the mighty Brahmaputra river.
  2. Assam Tea is a beloved drink for many people all over the world.
  3. Assam Tea is a black tea named after the region of its production Assam, India.
  4. Assam Tea is a full bodied robust and malty tea that has an excellent color in the liquor.
  5. Assam Tea is a strong full bodied tea with good colour which is best drunk with milk and has a wonderful --- Malty --- character.

Bancha Tea

  1. Bancha Tea is a wonderful Japanese green tea.
  2. Bancha Tea is the tender, first picked tea leaves of spring.
  3. Bancha tea is a Japanese green tea.


  1. Around North America, the word "chai" is utilized to refer just about alone to the India n "chai" (or "masala chai") drinkable.
  2. Chai is a beverage that is more popular in India than coffee is in the US. In India, chai is available from street vendors called chaiwallahs.
  3. Chai is a centuries-old beverage which has played an important role in many cultures.

Chinese Tea

  1. Chinese Tea is A Way of LifeA cup of tea in the morning sets the pace of the day.
  2. Chinese Tea was and still is drunk unsweetened and without milk.
  3. Chinese tea is a beverage, Chinese tea is a pass time, Chinese tea is a culture.
  4. Chinese tea is a kind of culture.
  5. Chinese tea is a way of life.

Instant Teas

  1. Instant teas are available that can be used to prepare iced tea with cold water.


  1. Hojicha is a Japanese green tea that has been rendered brown by roasting the leaves on charcoal.
  2. Hojicha is a delicious every day tea.
  3. Hojicha is a fragrant and refreshing tea that lends itself to being the perfect accompaniment to any occasion.
  4. Hojicha is a japanese green tea that is mainly bancha which is lightly roasted, giving it a nutty flavor.
  5. Hojicha is a must try.

Earl Grey Tea

  1. Earl Grey Tea is a carefully selected blend of fine Oriental teas and oil of bergamot, which gives the tea its famous delicate flavor and scent.
  2. Earl Grey Tea is a blend of Keemun and Darjeeling teas flavored with oil of bee balm.
  3. Earl Grey Tea is a blend using Black China Keemun and pure Darjeeling tea flavoured with Bergamot.

Keemun Tea

  1. KEEMUN TEA - a very fragrant tea from China is claimed to be superior to Indias darjeeling teas.
  2. Keemun tea is a Chinese black tea with a fruity, wine-like taste.
  3. Keemun tea is a famous Chinese variety.
  4. Keemun tea is one of the most famous Chinese teas.
  5. Keemun tea was the original English Breakfast tea, with a heritage back to the styles of tea that the English drank regularly in the 1800s.

Labrador Tea

  1. Labrador Tea is an important medicine plant to aboriginal people.
  2. Labrador Tea is a low growing shrub, up to 80 cm tall, with many branches.
  3. Labrador Tea is a satisfactory alternative.
  4. Labrador Tea is a small shrub.
  5. Labrador tea is a Canadian infusion brewed from an arctic evergreen ericaceous shrub.

Nilgiri Tea

  1. Nilgiri Tea - The Nilgiris (or Blue Mountains) are a range of mountains in the southern parts of India.
  2. Nilgiri Tea is a light bouquet flavoured tea blend.
  3. Nilgiri tea is a black tea produced from the Nilgiri region, in southern India.
  4. Nilgiri tea is a combination of fragrance and briskness that makes Nilgiri tea a truly unique tea found nowhere else in the world.
  5. Nilgiri tea is a dar, intensely aromatic, fragrant and flavorful tea grown in the Southern portion of the Western Ghats Mountains in southern India.

Oolong Tea

  1. Oolong Tea is a Tea Type that falls between black and green Tea.
  2. Oolong Tea is a category of tea with much variety.
  3. Oolong Tea is a partially oxidized tea and has flavor characteristics of both green and black teas.
  4. Oolong Tea is a semi-fermented variety, representing a mid-range of the qualities of black and green teas, and displaying a certain balance and harmony.
  5. Oolong Tea is a type of semi-fermented tea.

Rooibos Tea

  1. Rooibos tea is a completely natural and unique product from the Cedarberg Mountain area of the Western Cape Province, in the Republic of South Africa.
  2. Rooibos tea is a distinctive red color and its taste is also unique with a sweet and slightly nutty flavor.
  3. Rooibos tea is a distinctive red colour and its taste is also unique with a very sweet and slightly nutty flavour.
  4. Rooibos tea is a good source of vitamins and minerals.
  5. Rooibos tea is a natural herb unique to the South African Cedarberg Mountains.

Sweet Tea

  1. Sweet Tea is the Southern version of the "regular" iced tea most Americans are familiar with.
  2. Sweet tea is a refreshing drink that is enjoyed by many.
  3. Sweet tea is a specific form of iced tea where the sweetening agent (sugar, simple syrup or sugar substitute) is added to hot tea once it is brewed.
  4. Sweet tea is a staple in most Southern refrigerators.
  5. Sweet tea is a type of iced tea which is sweetened while it is brewing, rather than after it is iced.

Tea Houses

  1. Tea houses are houses or parlors centered around drinking tea.
  2. Tea houses are independent structures in which an environment conducive to quiet contemplation and the ritual of the tea ceremony is created.
  3. Tea houses are quite simply houses or parlors centered around drinking tea.
  4. Tea houses are very small.
  5. Tea houses were built based upon chaseki architecture, a design akin to forest cottages.

White Tea

  1. The less mature leaves are covered with fine silver hairs that give them a white appearance, hence the name "white tea".
  2. The term "white tea" refers to the whitish cast of the tea that comes from the silky white hairs on the tightly closed leaf buds of the tea.
  3. WHITE TEA - A rare tea produced from full-grown buds of "Big White" tea bush, not rolled or fermented; only steamed.
  4. WHITE TEA - A rare tea produced from full-grown buds of “Big White” tea bush, not rolled or fermented; only steamed and fermented.
  5. WHITE TEA - A very rare tea that is produced from adult buds of "Big White" tea bush.

White Teas

  1. White Teas are made from medium-leaf tea bush varietals that yield silvery-white sprouts and leaves.
  2. White Teas are very low in caffeine and contain high concentrations of antioxidant polyphenols (tea catechins) and L-Theanine Amino Acid.
  3. White teas are a bit different from the green and black teas most people are familiar with.

Tea Cosy

  1. The tea cosy is a common every day object that probably doesn't seem very interesting.
  2. Tea Cosy is a magnet for The Hill's creative types who like to shun anything overly corporate.
  3. A tea cosy is a fabric cover (similar to an oven mitt) which is placed over a teapot in order to prevent heat loss.

Tea Brands

  1. PG Tips, one of the world’s great tea brands, is offering 3 new green teas.


  1. Teapots are available in ceramic, glass, clay, stainless steel, bone china, etc.
  2. Teapots are one of the most popular collectibles, maybe because there are so many different kinds and types of them.
  3. Teapots are used to brew tea, not to heat water.

Adagio Teas

  1. Adagio Teas is a great place to start sampling a huge variety of teas.
  2. Adagio Teas is a leading destination for all tea purchases.
  3. Adagio Teas is a very reputable compnay that also sells blooming tea $10 for ten blooms.


  1. Aroma: A somewhat enticing aroma.
  2. Aroma: A very enticing aroma.
  3. Aroma: A very enticing, strong jasmine aroma.
  4. Aroma: Also known as the nose, the odor of the brewed leaf and the resulting liquor.


  1. Bags are semi-non-biodegradable additions to the biodegradable tea leaves.
  2. Bags are usually a sign of low quality, since they can hold broken leaves or leaf dust, says David Gregersen, tea-cellar manager at the Park Hyatt.
  3. The bags are placed in a heat-sealed envelope which is then placed into a cellophane-wrapped box.
  4. The bags were first made of silk, then muslin, then paper.

Bai Hao Yinzhen Tea

  1. Bai Hao Yinzhen Tea - A Chinese white tea, this is considered the very finest grade of white tea available.
  2. Bai Hao Yinzhen Tea - A Chinese white tea, this is considered the very finest grade of white tea.

Bai Mu Dan Tea

  1. Bai Mu Dan Tea - The second highest grade of white tea, this variety is usually called White Peony tea, and is also grown exclusively in China.
  2. Bai Mu Dan Tea is a white tea that is grown in the high mountains of Fujian province.


  1. Bigelow is an Equal Opportunity Employer dedicated to providing our employees with a challenging and positive environment in which to work.
  2. Bigelow is the recognized leader in the specialty tea category thoughout North America serving over 3 Billion teabags annually.

Bigelow Tea Company

  1. The Bigelow Tea company then partnered up with Bill to purchase the plantation at auction in 2003.
  2. While customers are sipping Bigelow tea, the information is pouring in for managers at The Bigelow Tea Company.


  1. Blend: A mixture of teas from several different origins to achieve a certain flavor profile.
  2. Blend - A combination of two or more kinds of teas which produces a better or different taste than any of the teas separately.
  3. Blend: A combination of different types of teas mixed together to maintain flavor consistency from season to season.
  4. The blend was the biggest hit.


  1. Bohea is a tea producing area of China.
  2. Bohea is an inferior kind of black tea.
  3. Bohea is the variety of tea that grows on the mist-covered Mount Wuyi.
  4. Bohea was a term used for black tea in the 18th century tea trade.

Brooke Bond

  1. Brooke Bond is a major tea-retailing brand in United Kingdom.
  2. Brooke Bond is a part of Unilever.
  3. Brooke Bond is a very strong brand and we plan to re-launch it.
  4. Brooke Bond was a brand-name tea retailer in the United Kingdom.

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