A Sangria Recipe That's Great For Any Occasion.

By Brenda Jackson on February 14, 2017   /   Recipie Sangria    /   0 Comments

Since so many of us are bundled up in heavy coats and hats or stuck in the house due to a snow storm, NotJustTea, thinks this is the perfect time to break out the Sangria!

Try this quick and easy recipe for Winter Sangria:

Ingredients:


Combine all ingredients and mix well.  Refrigerate for at least 4 hours, but overnight is suggested for best results. F
or a non-alcoholic alternative, substitute grape or cranberry juice for the wine. Leave a comment and let us know how it turned out.

Happy Steeping!

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Healthy Benefits of Ginger Root

By Jennifer Jackson on April 07, 2016   /   autumn sunset china decaffeinated detoxing digestion ginger healthy india menstral nausea pregnancy steep sugarloaf tea tea 101 tisane weight loss wellness    /   0 Comments

Fresh Ginger

Ginger, a warming herb with a sweet, pungent flavor is used in food and beverage preparations across the world.  Ginger is cultivated in India, China, and other parts of Asia and can also be grown at home from rhizomes purchased at the supermarket. 

The knobby root can be easily steeped into teas like Autumn Sunset or Coconut Vanilla Chai to enjoy its health benefits which include settling the stomach and stimulating circulation.

Ginger tea is known to soothe aid digestion, soothe inflammation, and help with menstrual pain relief. Ginger is often used to aid with nausea during pregnancy. When added to the daily diet, this amazing herb can help with health issues or can just be enjoyed for its fine flavor.

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Healthy Benefits of Hibiscus Teas

By Jennifer Jackson on March 02, 2016   /   antioxidants anxiety decaffeinated detoxing digestion fruit healthy heart disease hibiscus new steep tea tea 101 tisane wellness    /   0 Comments

Hibiscus Flowers

Hibiscus leaf teas are a delicious beverage with several known health benefits. The colorful bright tea has been enjoyed across the globe for generations. Hibiscus leaf tea is made from the dried petals of the tropical hibiscus flower.

Medical research has demonstrated that hibiscus tea has the ability to reduce blood pressure. The tea also shows promise for treating high cholesterol and has other heart benefits.

You can easily incorporate the health benefits of hibiscus leaves into your diet by adding a few cups of hibiscus leaves to your teas. Not Just Tea blends delicious hibiscus leaves in your favorite herbals teas like Sassy Strawberry and Fruit Sangria.  These best selling teas are easily prepared and delicious.

Simply add the tea leaves to hot water with sweetener and other ingredients of your choice such as lime, cinnamon, and mint leaves. Let the teas steep for a few minutes until the water is a bright red color and enjoy! Hibiscus leaves can be enjoyed both hot and iced.

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All Memorial Day Weekend - Not Just Tea @ DanceAfrica Bazaar - Brooklyn, NY

By Jennifer Jackson on May 22, 2015   /   autumn sunset bam black tea blueberry brooklyn Camellia Sinensis caribbean breeze Chinese Teas danceafrica depression events greater healthy heart disease iced tea jade jasmine garden oolong shows    /   0 Comments
May 23-26, 2015
Noon-10 PM
Brooklyn Academy of Music
Ashland Pl / Lafayette Ave
Brooklyn, NY
Celebrate the rich and diverse cultural heritage of Africa and its diaspora at the DanceAfrica Bazaar. More than 180 vendors from around the world transform BAM’s surrounding streets into a global marketplace offering African, Caribbean, and African-American food, crafts, and fashion.

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April 24-26, 2015 - Visit Us At Sugarloaf Craft Festival - Timonium, MD

By Jennifer Jackson on April 20, 2015   /   baltimore events expo shows steep    /   0 Comments
April 24-26, 2015
10 - 6 PM
Maryland State Fairgrounds
2200 York RD,  TimoniumMD  21093

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