What is a "herbal tisane"?
Herbal tisanes are tea-like drinks, commonly called
"herbal teas", made by steeping or soaking herbs, spices
or other plant material in water. They do not contain
leaves from the tea bush and, as a result, do not
contain caffeine. The plants and herbs used in tisanes
may be selected for flavor or medicinal properties or a
combination of both.
|Stay Cool Hibiscus Tea is not recommended for pregnant women.
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WHAT'S NEW AT PREFERRED TEA
NOW, A SOAP?
Ok, so it may seem strange that a tea
company would launch an all-natural
soap. But, you spoke and we listened.
You love that smell of the StayCool Hibiscus
Tea. So, we made a soap that smells like the
tea you love. We call it FANCEE SOAPS. We
have three versions. Two are made from shea
butter and one from wheat germ oil. This soap
has nothing artificial in it. Even the purple
color is natural. It leaves no residue on your
skin and yet your skin feels more moist.
Try it. You will like it!
Enjoy your StayCool Tea--read about StayCool Mixers
for your next tea party or afternoon tea.
Stay Cool Breeze
Brew one package of StayCool Hibiscus Tea and combine
50-50 with Ginger Ale. The taste of ginger nicely
complements the peppermint in StayCool Hibiscus Tea
for a healthy alternative to traditional soft drinks.
Agua de Flor de Jamaica
This delicious drink is made by brewing hibiscus tea
along with ginger, adding sugar and sometimes a little
rum flavoring. It is served chilled.
Carcade (from Italy)
The Italians serve hibiscus tea sugared, with freshly
squeezed lemon juice stirred in after the tea has been
THE ORIGIN OF ICED TEA
When we think of tea, we think of China. Iced tea,
however, has its origin in America. In the St.Louis
World's Fair in 1904, tea merchants from around
the world were handing out freshly brewed samples
of tea. The weather was hot, however, and the
crowds did not want the hot tea. But, one smart
English merchant poured the hot tea over ice and
the crowds were wild about it! Today, almost half
of the teas people drink each year are iced teas.
The Egyptian Pharoahs in times of old drank tea
brewed from the flower of the hibiscus plant. A
much needed refreshment in the hot climate of
Ancient Egypt!! The tradition continues.
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