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you’ve recently switched to a plant-based diet, finding tasty vegan recipes to replace your staple meals can make things seem a little bit more manageable. Our vegan take on the classic breakfast omelette uses aquafaba (drained chickpea water) in place of eggs – but don’t worry about waste, you can use the leftover chickpeas to make more tasty vegan food. Simply stir them through a veggie curry for dinner, or whizz them up to make houmous and serve with crudités for a healthy snack. Adding courgette will help to aid digestion, as well as providing a good source of vitamin A, which supports your vision and immune system. Meanwhile, the pepper provides lycopene, which is believed to lower the risk of developing some cancers. And as well as boosting flavour, a regular intake of garlic can help improve your cholesterol levels, reducing your risk of heart disease. Now, anyone for a spot of brekkie?

Serves 2

2 tsp olive oil

1 onion, finely sliced

2 garlic cloves, crushed

1 romano pepper, finely sliced

1 courgette, cut into matchsticks

Drained water from 1 x 400g tin chickpeas

150g soft spelt flour

1 tsp mustard powder

¼ tsp turmeric

¼ tsp cayenne pepper

1 tbsp dill, roughly chopped

1 tbsp parsley, roughly chopped

1 Heat 1 tsp of olive oil in a non-stick pan and fry the onion for 5 minutes until it is soft. Add the crushed garlic with a pinch of salt and pepper, and fry for another 5 minutes.

2 Stir in the courgette and sliced pepper and fry for a further 10 minutes, until soft.

3 In a small bowl, w88 make the ‘egg’ by whisking the chickpea water until soft peaks form, then sprinkle over the spelt flour, mustard powder and spices, and gently fold in.

4 Add the fried vegetables and herbs to the ‘egg’ mixture. Then season with the mustard powder, turmeric and cayenne pepper before transferring it back to the frying pan. Fry on medium-high for 4-5 minutes on each side until crispy and golden. The omelette will be quite fragile when flipping so it may be helpful to flip it onto a plate and then slide back into the pan.

5 Once cooked, cut into slices and serve with a green salad.


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There are many different ways to enjoy the almost endless variety of teas available. Here are nine ideas for making the most of your teatime.

1. On the Road

If you’re going to use that cup holder, you should consider a refreshing cup of tea in place of that same-old-same-old morning coffee and, certainly, instead of syrupy afternoon soft drinks. Experiment with different teas (hot or iced) on your daily commute — it won’t make the trip any shorter, but it will be more enjoyable.

2. With Your Kids

Kids are always up for a party — and that can includes tea parties, too. Avoid caffeine with a kid-friendly tea like chamomile, and be sure you make enough for any extra dolls or teddy bears that might show up. With older kids, an invitation to a cup of tea and a snack can be a great conversation starter.

3. Outside

Whether it’s a pick-me-up cup of black or oolong tea or a kick-back-and-relax honeybush tea, the natural ambiance of the outdoors can be the perfect complement to your brew. Sit in a quiet place where you can be alone with your thoughts, or plop yourself down in a bustling spot to people watch — either way, a little sun and fresh air will make a good cup of tea even better.

4. With the Queen

Okay, w88 this one’s going to be tough for everyone besides William and Harry. But even if you can’t have tea with the Queen herself, you can have a British Afternoon Tea — traditionally served between four and five in the afternoon. The daily event usually calls for black tea served with milk (never cream).

5. At Mom’s House

After all she’s done for you, you really should spend more time with your mother. Maybe you can invite yourself over for a cup of tea. If you bring the tea and brew it, she’ll probably think that all the trouble you gave her when you were a kid was worth it. Moms are like that.

6. With Friends

You know this one already. Food and drink shared with those you care about is always a sure-fire winner. Catch up with an old friend over a cup of tea and a sweet treat. (Serve his or her favorite tea for an extra-nice touch.) Or invite the whole gang and celebrate — or create — a special event with a full-fledged herbal tea party!

7. At Home

There’s nothing like the comforts of home when returning from time away at a job, travel or even a hectic day of errands. For many of us, one of those comforts is a hot, delicious cup of tea. Make it a ritual to brew a cup of your favorite tea when you walk in the door. Then, cup in hand, take some time to appreciate being home.

8. Sipping an Old Favorite

Anyone who has found a tea they really enjoy, and found exactly how they like it brewed, truly knows how comforting tea can be. Brewing and sipping a favorite tea or tea blend is a familiar and pleasant ritual that you can enjoy whether you’re recharging or winding down. It’s a no-calorie, good-for-you comfort food!

9. Trying Something New

We’re not going to use the word “adventure” here — it is, after all, tea. But it’s fair to say you might enjoy discovering something “different” and even “surprising” by looking into the types of teas available and trying some you haven’t had before. Try the range of black to white teas, chai tea, and herbal teas to see what you like best.


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W88 Introdution

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There are many different ways to enjoy the almost endless variety of teas available. Here are nine ideas for making the most of your teatime.

1. On the Road

If you’re going to use that cup holder, you should consider a refreshing cup of tea in place of that same-old-same-old morning coffee and, certainly, instead of syrupy afternoon soft drinks. Experiment with different teas (hot or iced) on your daily commute — it won’t make the trip any shorter, but it will be more enjoyable.

2. With Your Kids

Kids are always up for a party — and that can includes tea parties, too. Avoid caffeine with a kid-friendly tea like chamomile, and be sure you make enough for any extra dolls or teddy bears that might show up. With older kids, w88 an invitation to a cup of tea and a snack can be a great conversation starter.

3. Outside

Whether it’s a pick-me-up cup of black or oolong tea or a kick-back-and-relax honeybush tea, the natural ambiance of the outdoors can be the perfect complement to your brew. Sit in a quiet place where you can be alone with your thoughts, or plop yourself down in a bustling spot to people watch — either way, a little sun and fresh air will make a good cup of tea even better.

4. With the Queen

Okay, this one’s going to be tough for everyone besides William and Harry. But even if you can’t have tea with the Queen herself, you can have a British Afternoon Tea — traditionally served between four and five in the afternoon. The daily event usually calls for black tea served with milk (never cream).

5. At Mom’s House

After all she’s done for you, you really should spend more time with your mother. Maybe you can invite yourself over for a cup of tea. If you bring the tea and brew it, she’ll probably think that all the trouble you gave her when you were a kid was worth it. Moms are like that.

6. With Friends

You know this one already. Food and drink shared with those you care about is always a sure-fire winner. Catch up with an old friend over a cup of tea and a sweet treat. (Serve his or her favorite tea for an extra-nice touch.) Or invite the whole gang and celebrate — or create — a special event with a full-fledged herbal tea party!

7. At Home

There’s nothing like the comforts of home when returning from time away at a job, travel or even a hectic day of errands. For many of us, one of those comforts is a hot, delicious cup of tea. Make it a ritual to brew a cup of your favorite tea when you walk in the door. Then, cup in hand, take some time to appreciate being home.

8. Sipping an Old Favorite

Anyone who has found a tea they really enjoy, and found exactly how they like it brewed, truly knows how comforting tea can be. Brewing and sipping a favorite tea or tea blend is a familiar and pleasant ritual that you can enjoy whether you’re recharging or winding down. It’s a no-calorie, good-for-you comfort food!

9. Trying Something New

We’re not going to use the word “adventure” here — it is, after all, tea. But it’s fair to say you might enjoy discovering something “different” and even “surprising” by looking into the types of teas available and trying some you haven’t had before. Try the range of black to white teas, chai tea, and herbal teas to see what you like best.


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W88 Introdution

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Category : W88

There are many different ways to enjoy the almost endless variety of teas available. Here are nine ideas for making the most of your teatime.

1. On the Road

If you’re going to use that cup holder, you should consider a refreshing cup of tea in place of that same-old-same-old morning coffee and, certainly, instead of syrupy afternoon soft drinks. Experiment with different teas (hot or iced) on your daily commute — it won’t make the trip any shorter, but it will be more enjoyable.

2. With Your Kids

Kids are always up for a party — and that can includes tea parties, too. Avoid caffeine with a kid-friendly tea like chamomile, and be sure you make enough for any extra dolls or teddy bears that might show up. With older kids, an invitation to a cup of tea and a snack can be a great conversation starter.

3. Outside

Whether it’s a pick-me-up cup of black or oolong tea or a kick-back-and-relax honeybush tea, the natural ambiance of the outdoors can be the perfect complement to your brew. Sit in a quiet place where you can be alone with your thoughts, or plop yourself down in a bustling spot to people watch — either way, a little sun and fresh air will make a good cup of tea even better.

4. With the Queen

Okay, this one’s going to be tough for everyone besides William and Harry. But even if you can’t have tea with the Queen herself, you can have a British Afternoon Tea — traditionally served between four and five in the afternoon. The daily event usually calls for black tea served with milk (never cream).

5. At Mom’s House

After all she’s done for you, you really should spend more time with your mother. Maybe you can invite yourself over for a cup of tea. If you bring the tea and brew it, she’ll probably think that all the trouble you gave her when you were a kid was worth it. Moms are like that.

6. With Friends

You know this one already. Food and drink shared with those you care about is always a sure-fire winner. Catch up with an old friend over a cup of tea and a sweet treat. (Serve his or her favorite tea for an extra-nice touch.) Or invite the whole gang and celebrate — or create — a special event with a full-fledged herbal tea party!

7. At Home

There’s nothing like the comforts of home when returning from time away at a job, travel or even a hectic day of errands. For many of us, one of those comforts is a hot, delicious cup of tea. Make it a ritual to brew a cup of your favorite tea when you walk in the door. Then, cup in hand, take some time to appreciate being home.

8. Sipping an Old Favorite

Anyone who has found a tea they really enjoy, and found exactly how they like it brewed, truly knows how comforting tea can be. Brewing and w88 sipping a favorite tea or tea blend is a familiar and pleasant ritual that you can enjoy whether you’re recharging or winding down. It’s a no-calorie, good-for-you comfort food!

9. Trying Something New

We’re not going to use the word “adventure” here — it is, after all, tea. But it’s fair to say you might enjoy discovering something “different” and even “surprising” by looking into the types of teas available and trying some you haven’t had before. Try the range of black to white teas, chai tea, and herbal teas to see what you like best.


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W88 Introdution

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Category : W88

There are many different ways to enjoy the almost endless variety of teas available. Here are nine ideas for making the most of your teatime.

1. On the Road

If you’re going to use that cup holder, you should consider a refreshing cup of tea in place of that same-old-same-old morning coffee and, certainly, instead of syrupy afternoon soft drinks. Experiment with different teas (hot or iced) on your daily commute — it won’t make the trip any shorter, but it will be more enjoyable.

2. With Your Kids

Kids are always up for a party — and that can includes tea parties, too. Avoid caffeine with a kid-friendly tea like chamomile, and be sure you make enough for any extra dolls or teddy bears that might show up. With older kids, an invitation to a cup of tea and a snack can be a great conversation starter.

3. Outside

Whether it’s a pick-me-up cup of black or oolong tea or a kick-back-and-relax honeybush tea, the natural ambiance of the outdoors can be the perfect complement to your brew. Sit in a quiet place where you can be alone with your thoughts, or plop yourself down in a bustling spot to people watch — either way, a little sun and fresh air will make a good cup of tea even better.

4. With the Queen

Okay, this one’s going to be tough for everyone besides William and Harry. But even if you can’t have tea with the Queen herself, you can have a British Afternoon Tea — traditionally served between four and five in the afternoon. The daily event usually calls for black tea served with milk (never cream).

5. At Mom’s House

After all she’s done for you, you really should spend more time with your mother. Maybe you can invite yourself over for a cup of tea. If you bring the tea and brew it, she’ll probably think that all the trouble you gave her when you were a kid was worth it. Moms are like that.

6. With Friends

You know this one already. Food and drink shared with those you care about is always a sure-fire winner. Catch up with an old friend over a cup of tea and a sweet treat. (Serve his or her favorite tea for an extra-nice touch.) Or invite the whole gang and celebrate — or create — a special event with a full-fledged herbal tea party!

7. At Home

There’s nothing like the comforts of home when returning from time away at a job, travel or even a hectic day of errands. For many of us, one of those comforts is a hot, delicious cup of tea. Make it a ritual to brew a cup of your favorite tea when you walk in the door. Then, cup in hand, take some time to appreciate being home.

8. Sipping an Old Favorite

Anyone who has found a tea they really enjoy, and found exactly how they like it brewed, truly knows how comforting tea can be. Brewing and sipping a favorite tea or w88 tea blend is a familiar and pleasant ritual that you can enjoy whether you’re recharging or winding down. It’s a no-calorie, good-for-you comfort food!

9. Trying Something New

We’re not going to use the word “adventure” here — it is, after all, tea. But it’s fair to say you might enjoy discovering something “different” and even “surprising” by looking into the types of teas available and trying some you haven’t had before. Try the range of black to white teas, chai tea, and herbal teas to see what you like best.


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W88 Introdution

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Category : W88

There are many different ways to enjoy the almost endless variety of teas available. Here are nine ideas for making the most of your teatime.

1. On the Road

If you’re going to use that cup holder, you should consider a refreshing cup of tea in place of that same-old-same-old morning coffee and, certainly, instead of syrupy afternoon soft drinks. Experiment with different teas (hot or iced) on your daily commute — it won’t make the trip any shorter, w88 but it will be more enjoyable.

2. With Your Kids

Kids are always up for a party — and that can includes tea parties, too. Avoid caffeine with a kid-friendly tea like chamomile, and be sure you make enough for any extra dolls or teddy bears that might show up. With older kids, an invitation to a cup of tea and a snack can be a great conversation starter.

3. Outside

Whether it’s a pick-me-up cup of black or oolong tea or a kick-back-and-relax honeybush tea, the natural ambiance of the outdoors can be the perfect complement to your brew. Sit in a quiet place where you can be alone with your thoughts, or plop yourself down in a bustling spot to people watch — either way, a little sun and fresh air will make a good cup of tea even better.

4. With the Queen

Okay, this one’s going to be tough for everyone besides William and Harry. But even if you can’t have tea with the Queen herself, you can have a British Afternoon Tea — traditionally served between four and five in the afternoon. The daily event usually calls for black tea served with milk (never cream).

5. At Mom’s House

After all she’s done for you, you really should spend more time with your mother. Maybe you can invite yourself over for a cup of tea. If you bring the tea and brew it, she’ll probably think that all the trouble you gave her when you were a kid was worth it. Moms are like that.

6. With Friends

You know this one already. Food and drink shared with those you care about is always a sure-fire winner. Catch up with an old friend over a cup of tea and a sweet treat. (Serve his or her favorite tea for an extra-nice touch.) Or invite the whole gang and celebrate — or create — a special event with a full-fledged herbal tea party!

7. At Home

There’s nothing like the comforts of home when returning from time away at a job, travel or even a hectic day of errands. For many of us, one of those comforts is a hot, delicious cup of tea. Make it a ritual to brew a cup of your favorite tea when you walk in the door. Then, cup in hand, take some time to appreciate being home.

8. Sipping an Old Favorite

Anyone who has found a tea they really enjoy, and found exactly how they like it brewed, truly knows how comforting tea can be. Brewing and sipping a favorite tea or tea blend is a familiar and pleasant ritual that you can enjoy whether you’re recharging or winding down. It’s a no-calorie, good-for-you comfort food!

9. Trying Something New

We’re not going to use the word “adventure” here — it is, after all, tea. But it’s fair to say you might enjoy discovering something “different” and even “surprising” by looking into the types of teas available and trying some you haven’t had before. Try the range of black to white teas, chai tea, and herbal teas to see what you like best.


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W88 Introdution

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Category : W88

There are many different ways to enjoy the almost endless variety of teas available. Here are nine ideas for making the most of your teatime.

1. On the Road

If you’re going to use that cup holder, you should consider a refreshing cup of tea in place of that same-old-same-old morning coffee and, certainly, instead of syrupy afternoon soft drinks. Experiment with different teas (hot or iced) on your daily commute — it won’t make the trip any shorter, but it will be more enjoyable.

2. With Your Kids

Kids are always up for a party — and that can includes tea parties, too. Avoid caffeine with a kid-friendly tea like chamomile, and be sure you make enough for any extra dolls or teddy bears that might show up. With older kids, an invitation to a cup of tea and a snack can be a great conversation starter.

3. Outside

Whether it’s a pick-me-up cup of black or oolong tea or a kick-back-and-relax honeybush tea, the natural ambiance of the outdoors can be the perfect complement to your brew. Sit in a quiet place where you can be alone with your thoughts, or plop yourself down in a bustling spot to people watch — either way, a little sun and fresh air will make a good cup of tea even better.

4. With the Queen

Okay, this one’s going to be tough for everyone besides William and Harry. But even if you can’t have tea with the Queen herself, you can have a British Afternoon Tea — traditionally served between four and five in the afternoon. The daily event usually calls for black tea served with milk (never cream).

5. At Mom’s House

After all she’s done for you, you really should spend more time with your mother. Maybe you can invite yourself over for a cup of tea. If you bring the tea and brew it, she’ll probably think that all the trouble you gave her when you were a kid was worth it. Moms are like that.

6. With Friends

You know this one already. Food and drink shared with those you care about is always a sure-fire winner. Catch up with an old friend over a cup of tea and a sweet treat. (Serve his or her favorite tea for an extra-nice touch.) Or invite the whole gang and w88 celebrate — or create — a special event with a full-fledged herbal tea party!

7. At Home

There’s nothing like the comforts of home when returning from time away at a job, travel or even a hectic day of errands. For many of us, one of those comforts is a hot, delicious cup of tea. Make it a ritual to brew a cup of your favorite tea when you walk in the door. Then, cup in hand, take some time to appreciate being home.

8. Sipping an Old Favorite

Anyone who has found a tea they really enjoy, and found exactly how they like it brewed, truly knows how comforting tea can be. Brewing and sipping a favorite tea or tea blend is a familiar and pleasant ritual that you can enjoy whether you’re recharging or winding down. It’s a no-calorie, good-for-you comfort food!

9. Trying Something New

We’re not going to use the word “adventure” here — it is, after all, tea. But it’s fair to say you might enjoy discovering something “different” and even “surprising” by looking into the types of teas available and trying some you haven’t had before. Try the range of black to white teas, chai tea, and herbal teas to see what you like best.


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W88 Introdution

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Category : W88

There are many different ways to enjoy the almost endless variety of teas available. Here are nine ideas for making the most of your teatime.

1. On the Road

If you’re going to use that cup holder, you should consider a refreshing cup of tea in place of that same-old-same-old morning coffee and, certainly, instead of syrupy afternoon soft drinks. Experiment with different teas (hot or iced) on your daily commute — it won’t make the trip any shorter, but it will be more enjoyable.

2. With Your Kids

Kids are always up for a party — and that can includes tea parties, too. Avoid caffeine with a kid-friendly tea like chamomile, and be sure you make enough for any extra dolls or teddy bears that might show up. With older kids, w88 an invitation to a cup of tea and a snack can be a great conversation starter.

3. Outside

Whether it’s a pick-me-up cup of black or oolong tea or a kick-back-and-relax honeybush tea, the natural ambiance of the outdoors can be the perfect complement to your brew. Sit in a quiet place where you can be alone with your thoughts, or plop yourself down in a bustling spot to people watch — either way, a little sun and fresh air will make a good cup of tea even better.

4. With the Queen

Okay, this one’s going to be tough for everyone besides William and Harry. But even if you can’t have tea with the Queen herself, you can have a British Afternoon Tea — traditionally served between four and five in the afternoon. The daily event usually calls for black tea served with milk (never cream).

5. At Mom’s House

After all she’s done for you, you really should spend more time with your mother. Maybe you can invite yourself over for a cup of tea. If you bring the tea and brew it, she’ll probably think that all the trouble you gave her when you were a kid was worth it. Moms are like that.

6. With Friends

You know this one already. Food and drink shared with those you care about is always a sure-fire winner. Catch up with an old friend over a cup of tea and a sweet treat. (Serve his or her favorite tea for an extra-nice touch.) Or invite the whole gang and celebrate — or create — a special event with a full-fledged herbal tea party!

7. At Home

There’s nothing like the comforts of home when returning from time away at a job, travel or even a hectic day of errands. For many of us, one of those comforts is a hot, delicious cup of tea. Make it a ritual to brew a cup of your favorite tea when you walk in the door. Then, cup in hand, take some time to appreciate being home.

8. Sipping an Old Favorite

Anyone who has found a tea they really enjoy, and found exactly how they like it brewed, truly knows how comforting tea can be. Brewing and sipping a favorite tea or tea blend is a familiar and pleasant ritual that you can enjoy whether you’re recharging or winding down. It’s a no-calorie, good-for-you comfort food!

9. Trying Something New

We’re not going to use the word “adventure” here — it is, after all, tea. But it’s fair to say you might enjoy discovering something “different” and even “surprising” by looking into the types of teas available and trying some you haven’t had before. Try the range of black to white teas, chai tea, and herbal teas to see what you like best.


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W88 Introdution

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Category : W88

There are many different ways to enjoy the almost endless variety of teas available. Here are nine ideas for making the most of your teatime.

1. On the Road

If you’re going to use that cup holder, you should consider a refreshing cup of tea in place of that same-old-same-old morning coffee and, certainly, instead of syrupy afternoon soft drinks. Experiment with different teas (hot or iced) on your daily commute — it won’t make the trip any shorter, but it will be more enjoyable.

2. With Your Kids

Kids are always up for a party — and that can includes tea parties, too. Avoid caffeine with a kid-friendly tea like chamomile, and be sure you make enough for any extra dolls or teddy bears that might show up. With older kids, an invitation to a cup of tea and a snack can be a great conversation starter.

3. Outside

Whether it’s a pick-me-up cup of black or oolong tea or a kick-back-and-relax honeybush tea, the natural ambiance of the outdoors can be the perfect complement to your brew. Sit in a quiet place where you can be alone with your thoughts, or plop yourself down in a bustling spot to people watch — either way, w88 a little sun and fresh air will make a good cup of tea even better.

4. With the Queen

Okay, this one’s going to be tough for everyone besides William and Harry. But even if you can’t have tea with the Queen herself, you can have a British Afternoon Tea — traditionally served between four and five in the afternoon. The daily event usually calls for black tea served with milk (never cream).

5. At Mom’s House

After all she’s done for you, you really should spend more time with your mother. Maybe you can invite yourself over for a cup of tea. If you bring the tea and brew it, she’ll probably think that all the trouble you gave her when you were a kid was worth it. Moms are like that.

6. With Friends

You know this one already. Food and drink shared with those you care about is always a sure-fire winner. Catch up with an old friend over a cup of tea and a sweet treat. (Serve his or her favorite tea for an extra-nice touch.) Or invite the whole gang and celebrate — or create — a special event with a full-fledged herbal tea party!

7. At Home

There’s nothing like the comforts of home when returning from time away at a job, travel or even a hectic day of errands. For many of us, one of those comforts is a hot, delicious cup of tea. Make it a ritual to brew a cup of your favorite tea when you walk in the door. Then, cup in hand, take some time to appreciate being home.

8. Sipping an Old Favorite

Anyone who has found a tea they really enjoy, and found exactly how they like it brewed, truly knows how comforting tea can be. Brewing and sipping a favorite tea or tea blend is a familiar and pleasant ritual that you can enjoy whether you’re recharging or winding down. It’s a no-calorie, good-for-you comfort food!

9. Trying Something New

We’re not going to use the word “adventure” here — it is, after all, tea. But it’s fair to say you might enjoy discovering something “different” and even “surprising” by looking into the types of teas available and trying some you haven’t had before. Try the range of black to white teas, chai tea, and herbal teas to see what you like best.


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W88 Introdution

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Category : W88

There are many different ways to enjoy the almost endless variety of teas available. Here are nine ideas for making the most of your teatime.

1. On the Road

If you’re going to use that cup holder, you should consider a refreshing cup of tea in place of that same-old-same-old morning coffee and, certainly, instead of syrupy afternoon soft drinks. Experiment with different teas (hot or iced) on your daily commute — it won’t make the trip any shorter, but it will be more enjoyable.

2. With Your Kids

Kids are always up for a party — and that can includes tea parties, too. Avoid caffeine with a kid-friendly tea like chamomile, and be sure you make enough for any extra dolls or teddy bears that might show up. With older kids, an invitation to a cup of tea and a snack can be a great conversation starter.

3. Outside

Whether it’s a pick-me-up cup of black or oolong tea or a kick-back-and-relax honeybush tea, the natural ambiance of the outdoors can be the perfect complement to your brew. Sit in a quiet place where you can be alone with your thoughts, or plop yourself down in a bustling spot to people watch — either way, a little sun and fresh air will make a good cup of tea even better.

4. With the Queen

Okay, this one’s going to be tough for everyone besides William and Harry. But even if you can’t have tea with the Queen herself, you can have a British Afternoon Tea — traditionally served between four and five in the afternoon. The daily event usually calls for black tea served with milk (never cream).

5. At Mom’s House

After all she’s done for you, w88 you really should spend more time with your mother. Maybe you can invite yourself over for a cup of tea. If you bring the tea and brew it, she’ll probably think that all the trouble you gave her when you were a kid was worth it. Moms are like that.

6. With Friends

You know this one already. Food and drink shared with those you care about is always a sure-fire winner. Catch up with an old friend over a cup of tea and a sweet treat. (Serve his or her favorite tea for an extra-nice touch.) Or invite the whole gang and celebrate — or create — a special event with a full-fledged herbal tea party!

7. At Home

There’s nothing like the comforts of home when returning from time away at a job, travel or even a hectic day of errands. For many of us, one of those comforts is a hot, delicious cup of tea. Make it a ritual to brew a cup of your favorite tea when you walk in the door. Then, cup in hand, take some time to appreciate being home.

8. Sipping an Old Favorite

Anyone who has found a tea they really enjoy, and found exactly how they like it brewed, truly knows how comforting tea can be. Brewing and sipping a favorite tea or tea blend is a familiar and pleasant ritual that you can enjoy whether you’re recharging or winding down. It’s a no-calorie, good-for-you comfort food!

9. Trying Something New

We’re not going to use the word “adventure” here — it is, after all, tea. But it’s fair to say you might enjoy discovering something “different” and even “surprising” by looking into the types of teas available and trying some you haven’t had before. Try the range of black to white teas, chai tea, and herbal teas to see what you like best.


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