When I am feeling a little stressed and need a pick me up, I brew a cup of tea. I have been drinking tea since I was very young, which seems like a long time ago, but it’s not. I wrote “Tea – One Cup at a Time” under my pen name “Liz Cooke”. I am sharing my book here because tea can help you make it through a long day at work and relax you when you arrive home. Grab Your copy and make a great cup of tea!
Tea – One Cup at a Time: A – Z Tea Brewing Guide with Drink Recipes – Master the Art of Making a Great Cup of Tea
Look Inside: Chapter 1 – Get to Know Tea
If you are stressed and need a calming relaxation moment or a “pick me up”…drink a cup of tea. If you are drinking all of those sugary drinks full of ingredients you can’t pronounce…Switch to Tea.
Take the Journey…
Stressed? Start Drinking Tea
Tea can help you relax, pick you up, calm you down, provide you a jolt without the jitters and you can drink tea hot or cold alone or with all or a few of your friends. Enjoy!
Get started reading this book if you are a beginner at tea brewing or you need more information to enhance your tea drinking experience. This simplistic concise handy book will guide you on understanding tea basics, buying tea, selecting quality water and complete steps to brewing a great cup of tea. You will also find tea drink recipes to enjoy.
Tea drinking is healthy. Most consider tea making an exact science, but it is not. With a few basic instructions, tea making is “your experience” about how you enjoy the tea.
Did You Know?
1. 3 billion cups of tea are consumed daily worldwide – 1.4 million pounds.
2. Tea easily quenches your thirst and keeps you hydrated as well as water
3. 5 out of 6 North Americans drink tea.
4. It takes 4 to 10 years for a tea plant to bear seed and 3 years to harvest.
5. A pound of tea can makes 180 cups of brewed tea. It’s inexpensive.
6. 98% of tea drinkers take milk in tea; only 30% take sugar in tea.
7. India is the largest tea producer.
Enjoy and relax with your favorite cup of tea.