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Mum, dad! I’m Thirst!
Mum, dad! I’m Thirst!

The Parents Guide to Children Tea - 10 Kids Tea (Iced tea) Tips. Mom dad, I’m Thirsty! I need a drink?

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The first is the best: Shincha
The first is the best: Shincha

The first green tea, the very first harvest. Shincha, Shin Japanese for new and Cha Japanese for tea. Literally: the new tea. The new green tea tastes extremely fresh and lively, is richly complex and particularly healthy. Shincha was once a rarity reserved only for the Japanese emperor (Tenno) and the nobility. Today, the first Shincha and it‘s harvest are events that the whole of Japan expects and celebrates.

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New trend in tea: Hemp
New trend in tea: Hemp

Hemp is rediscovered. Without the intoxicating active substance THC, hemp has so many positive properties that it is called a new superfood when it is very sober. How hemp tea and hemp tea mixtures work, against what they help and why hemp tea and the hemp tea mixtures taste, everyone can experience here. Likewise, which is important with the purchase and which errors one should avoid with the preparation of hemp tea.

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45 days of GreenTox® - the result of a self-experiment
45 days of GreenTox® - the result of a self-experiment

Just in time for Ash Wednesday I started a GreenTox® cure. Without knowing what I was really getting into. What I knew was that after Christmas and Carnival I wanted a break. The offer with GreenTox® made me curious. And writing a few lines about it on Facebook every week didn't seem so difficult to me now. Here's my summary of how my looks and habits have changed and what insights I've gained.

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Ethical Tea Partnership on the International Women's Day
Ethical Tea Partnership on the International Women's Day

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®...

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5 tips for your regeneration days
5 tips for your regeneration days

After the holidays our body longs for light food, a lot of rest and gentle fitness for a good start into the new year. With these simple tricks, the first time of the year is like a little wellness holiday:

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Tea enjoyment like with the Bedouins
Tea enjoyment like with the Bedouins

In the summer heat only a warm tea helps to cool the body properly. The Bedouin desert people show how it works.

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Matcha Latte
Matcha Latte

Our delicious pick-me-up

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Matcha Ice Cubes
Matcha Ice Cubes

The healthy thirst quencher on hot days

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Delicious banana sorbet with fruit blends
Delicious banana sorbet with fruit blends

Enjoy refreshing sorbet in summery alveus® style with this recipe!

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The Power of Herbs
The Power of Herbs

In the season of coughs and colds, herbs are the secret stars. These little helpers are well-known for their soothing effects on minor complaints. A slight scratchiness in your throat? An upset stomach or just feeling generally unwell? A hot cup of tea can help.

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Precious artwork for tea indulgence
Precious artwork for tea indulgence

Hisanori Masuda is well-known far beyond the borders of his home country, Japan.

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How tea came to Thailand
How tea came to Thailand

Thailand is especially famous for its Oolong tea – which for tea connoisseurs rivals among Chinese and Taiwanese Oolongs.

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Soul of Sri Lanka Chai Cake Recipe
Soul of Sri Lanka Chai Cake Recipe

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.

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Ceramic artwork from Korea
Ceramic artwork from Korea

alveus® has something very special for its customers. The '4 Color Cup Set' is designed by the award-winning ceramic artist Son Minyoung from the South Korean town of Icheon, which is known all over the world for its outstanding ceramic artwork.

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Matcha Punch and Matcha Latte
Matcha Punch and Matcha Latte

Recipe: Here are a few wonderfully refreshing recipes for summer, and don't worry, Matcha features in all of them.

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 First flush tea from Darjeeling
First flush tea from Darjeeling

The freshest leaves of the season

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Herbalism for spring
Herbalism for spring

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.

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Matcha – a magic powder from the land of the rising sun
Matcha – a magic powder from the land of the rising sun

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.

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How tea changed the world to mark International Tea Day, 15 December
How tea changed the world to mark International Tea Day, 15 December

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.

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Classic tea pleasure
Classic tea pleasure

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.

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Black tea punch
Black tea punch

Strong sweet punch as aperitif

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Tea grog
Tea grog

Well for warming up

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Daddy frost
Daddy frost

Strong and sweet on cold winter days

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Summer evening breeze
Summer evening breeze

Fruity sweet summer mood

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Champagne tea
Champagne tea

The prickling welcome to your guests

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Matcha-Smoothie
Matcha-Smoothie

Fruttato, rinfrescante e meravigliosamente spumoso

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Bancha Gratiné
Bancha Gratiné

Ice speciality for special events

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Yellow Submarine
Yellow Submarine

Sunny as a day at the beach

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Filled pepper with matcha noodles
Filled pepper with matcha noodles

Deliciously vegetarian - nice as appetizer

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Honey salmon in black tea marinade
Honey salmon in black tea marinade

Fine salmon quickly prepared

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Chicken curry in mince tea sauce
Chicken curry in mince tea sauce

Sophisticated, but not too elaborate

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Spring fruit melange on ice
Spring fruit melange on ice

As dessert or fruity refreshment

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Matcha-cookies
Matcha-cookies

The green temptation

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Panna cotta with jasmine tea
Panna cotta with jasmine tea

The perfect dessert after a proper meal

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Muffins with fruit tea
Muffins with fruit tea

Fruit tea is perfect for refining pastry

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Walnut-tea-cake
Walnut-tea-cake

Sweetens your day

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Tea jelly
Tea jelly

Sweet spread for bread or pancakes or a side dish to meat

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Baked apples in tea bath
Baked apples in tea bath

Tastes best when served directly out of the oven

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Citrus tea
Citrus tea "verrines"

Served in a glass in French style

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Small Darjeeling cakes
Small Darjeeling cakes

A juicy and tender extra for the tea time

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Apple-tea compote
Apple-tea compote

To be served as side dish or as dessert with vanilla sauce

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Preparing tea
Preparing tea

There is more to real tea delight than just the quality of the tea leaves. The choice of the suitable equipment and the best possible storage conditions are decisive for your tea pleasure.

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Organic – controlled quality
Organic – controlled quality

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.

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Consistence and quality
Consistence and quality

The quality of the tea not only depends on a proper harvesting but is also deeply influenced by the processing that follows. Will the leaves be used as whole leaves, will they be broken or even crushed?

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