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If you’ve ever traveled to Japan, you’ve probably had Royal Milk Tea, a delicious tea drink made with tea, milk, and sugar. But you don’t have to travel across the…

Popping boba tea is a special kind of boba tea that features popping boba. Instead of the black tapioca pearls that make up regular boba, popping boba features small spheres…

Sleepytime Tea is one of the most popular brands of bedtime teas that are used medicinally as a sleep aid. Drinking herbal tea to help with sleep is considered safer…

There are many beverages that dentists recommend you avoid after having a wisdom tooth removal, but tea is actually recommended as one of the first drinks you should consider after…

Many people on a gluten-free diet know that black, white, and green teas are gluten-free, but what about “Truly Tea” tea-flavored hard seltzers? Hard seltzers can also sometimes be a…

Mugwort tea sounds a little like an ingredient in a witch’s cauldron. However, this earthy herbal tea is useful on multiple levels as a nutritional supplement. As a mild psychoactive…

Tea traditionally is associated with helping keep you alert since many types contain caffeine. If you don’t react well to caffeine or you’d prefer a tea that winds you down…

If you’ve ever heard someone refer to a soursop or custard apple in reference to tea, you might be wondering what kind of fruit they’re talking about. This tangy herbal…

Earl Grey tea owes its unique flavor to bergamot, a type of citrus extract. This citrus flavor was originally used to help mask the flavor of lower-quality teas made from…

If you’ve ever had an abscessed tooth, you might have heard about a home remedy involving teabags. A common cure that is recommended for tooth pain until you can see…