Surprising Benefits Hidden in a Cup of Tea

“There is a great deal of poetry and fine sentiment in a chest of tea”
Ralph Waldo Emerson
Hi all, hope your weekend was grand. Mine was dotted with a number of mini-celebrations in honor of a friend’s upcoming wedding. After a weekend full of running around and enjoying all that L.A. has to offer, we capped off Sunday with a much calmer and positively feminine event: a high tea ceremony complete with frilly hats. Feeling like we were caught up in an episode of Downton Abbey, we drowned ourselves in nostalgia and ten different types of tea. If you haven’t treated yourself to a cup lately, I highly recommend it.
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Did you know that each cup contains a collection of essential ingredients for a better life? See below to find out what’s hiding in your next cup:
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Humilitea
Possibilitea
Qualitea
Solidaritea
Abilitea
Equalitea
Individualitea
Serenitea
Insanitea
Confidentialitea
Vitalitea
Creativitea
Claritea
Longevitea
Familiaritea
Humanitea
Puritea
Levitea
Immunitea
Digestabilitea
Electricitea
Sensualitea
and
Festivitea
– Adapted from: Letters to a Young Zentrepenur – The Republic of Tea
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4 thoughts on “Surprising Benefits Hidden in a Cup of Tea

  1. Treamendous post. The cup that cheers but does not inebriate, unless you add a tot. The best tea in my opinion is transport cafe tea, served in a mug, and strong enough to stand a spoon up in.

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