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Ambessa Tea Stories: Tea For Your Face

By Ashley Beck | February 28, 2013

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Sounds a bit weird right? But if you think about it not so much. The benefits we get from tea on the inside can also be benefited from on the outside. And to go further, because our bodies absorb whatever we apply to our skin, it’s best to use products that are made from ingredients that you wouldn’t be afraid to eat. Therefore these tea masks and scrubs are made from 100% natural edible ingredients that will leave your face feeling as good as if it just had a cup of tea. Read More

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Drink Day Wednesday with Elizabetta Tekeste – Black Tea

By mahir | September 15, 2010

This week begins the first of a series focusing on teas. Each week I’ll be looking at a specific variety of tea and in doing so I welcome any great stories you want to share about your love for tea and recipes that have been collecting dust in your cupboard. Let’s fade to black!

Black Tea:

The most popular and traditional of teas in the West, black tea is a staple. From Southern- style sweet tea in the United States to the traditional ‘cuppa’ in England, black tea is all the rage with more exciting blends than ever before.  Recently it was discovered that black tea is packed with as many antioxidants as green tea making it a great alternative for people who don’t enjoy the grassy taste of green tea.

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