International Women's Day 2019 is a welcome occasion to celebrate our Ethical Tea Partnership and its successes to date. The Ethical Tea Partnership (ETP) is a non-profit organization of tea traders like alveus®...
Matcha is considered to be the best, healthiest tea and superfood par excellence. With its extremely high concentration of valuable vitamins, caffeine (tea), amino acids and cell-protecting antioxidants, Matcha is unique. And with about 20 seconds preparation time, Matcha is probably the fastest superfood in the world.
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Give yourself and your loved ones a moment of sweet reflection and try out our delicious Choc Dog cake in the cup! If the desire for some chocolate grows too big again, we have the quick solution for every sweet-eater. With this mug cake you always have the right recipe at the hand to give yourself or your loved ones a little pleasure.
In the cool winter months, you and your customers need optimal refreshment at any time of the day. alveus® offers you a wide range of premium quality organic tea blends that will create a moment to meet your needs. But first of all, there is a question: Which tea suits my moment?
The days are getting shorter, the evenings longer and the summer is slowly coming to a close. For many, this is the time of year when a daily cup of tea becomes part of everyday routine again. We have developed an exceptional tea for you and your customers specially for this unique tea moment. It combines the best aromas from the cold months and lures you into an irresistible moment of pleasure. Prepare to be enchanted by our new Cozy Moments Bio!
Recipe: Whether as a gift, pick-me-up, source of warmth or tasty ingredient – our WinterTeas are always the stars of the show during the colder half of the year! And our irresistible chai pancakes offer a way to enjoy those cold days through food as well as drink.
Recipe: Bread is a welcome guest on everyone’s breakfast table and a perfect snack between meals. But eating the same bread all the time is boring, so why not bake some yourself? Simple, quick and totally according to your own taste! With our Veggie Tea Bread, you will do not only your palate a favour, but the palates of everyone around you.
Today matcha has found its way to the world’s metropolitan cities, where it is highly prized for its many valuable nutrients and unique health benefits. It’s not just in the mornings that it can invigorate you with its high caffeine content, working like a ‘healthy espresso’ and pick-me-up. We have put together a carefully chosen selection of different matcha qualities for you and your customers. Experience the unique benefits of this little tin of green energy.
Healing, prevention and a long life The sciences of yoga and Ayurveda encompass what is likely the oldestsystem of medicine in the world that is still known today. It is believed to have been created over 5,000 years ago by Indian Rishis (Sanskrit: seer,sage) and was recorded in writing for the first time in the Vedas(sacred texts of India) circa 1500 BCE. It refers to the naturalsecret of healing, prevention of illness and a long life. This holistic system of medicine includes the use of medicinal herbs inteas and ointments. Massage, meditation andphysical exercise are other extremely effective components. Yoga can be considered a part ofAyurveda.
Recipe: In keeping with Christmas, we’ve created a delicious Chai cake featuring our ‘Soul of Sri Lanka’ charity tea. The black tea, with a bittersweet yet subtle touch of cinnamon, is the ideal match for the candied fruits which give the cake its final touch.
Winter is approaching and in the shops you can once again find the usual Christmas time trappings such as gingerbread, cinnamon biscuits etc. Whenever you think of Christmas, your head is filled at once with many different images. Candlelight, a huge table laden with food, a plate of biscuits and a lovely hot cup of tea. You could carry on dreaming like this for ever. But the spices that we use in our Christmas baking are also true secret weapons of nature. They help in a natural way to ease many different complaints and are not stuffed full of chemicals.
Christmas is a time when you take time for those dearest to you. We enjoy the company of other people and having something nice to eat with a cup of tea is part of this. We have come up with something very special for these indulgent moments. Spoil your nearest and dearest with something special.
Matcha is no ordinary green tea powder. For four weeks before being harvested the tea plants are shaded, to have the leaves grow more slowly. Discovered by chance when the plantations needed to be protected from the ash of a volcano, the procedure hugely influences the flavour of the tea. The concentration of precious nutrients such as chlorophyll and tea-polyphenol increases, and the leaf takes on a darker colour. Matcha is ground in stone or granite mills as slowly and carefully as possible. Each production step is carried out with the utmost care and attention, bringing the drink to its fullest richness.
Fresh herbs add an extra kick to tea and can be a decorative eye-catcher for guests or a cosy wellness evening. Spring is the right time of year to grow many of these popular green revitalisers. If you don't have a garden, a plant pot on your balcony or windowsill is usually more than adequate. There are however a few things to bear in mind. Some herbs like the sun, but some prefer the shade. Some like sandy soil while others like damp, nutrient-rich earth.
The fine powder glows a bright green. Matcha, Japanese for "powdered tea” and a central part of the Japanese tea ceremony, is very popular in Germany. Many know it as "Green Chai", "Matcha latte" or even as a non-alcoholic long drink.
Thirst is worse than hunger. Humans cannot survive for more than a few days without fluids. And just as an abundance of water was the catalyst that brought about the progress of humanity, a lack of this precious resource hindered development considerably. More recently, drinks have shaped the political and cultural history of humankind. Alongside coffee, Coca Cola, beer, wine and rum, tea also changed the world. It is the most popular drink in the world after water. To honour the significance of the international tea trade and all actors involved in tea production, from the plantation to the finished product, many tea-producing countries have celebrated International Tea Day every 15 December since 2005.
Why not live one's habits deliberately: when it comes to tea we are real traditionalists - and we stand to it. Tea is deeply anchored in the society, be it the English tea time or the Japanese tea ceremony. And classic tea pleasure does not necessarily have to be simple or spartan. It is worthwhile having a glimpse at the traditions of other cultures and to taste the variations arousing from a touch of cream or a dash of lemon given into the tea.
Organic and quality – these terms belong together. The reason being that those who understand and live the organic thinking will imperatively obtain quality products. The consumers today are more and more estimating products from organic and non genetically modified agriculture.