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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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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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Hidden treasures of nature
Hidden treasures of nature

The special tea enjoyment of our NEXT LEVEL RARITIES is created from compositions of rarities from all over the world and finest organic oils. The ingredients used for this are of the best organic quality. But where does our tea come from? Find the answer here!

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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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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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 First flush tea from Darjeeling
First flush tea from Darjeeling

The freshest leaves of the season

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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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