The term “organic” refers to the way agricultural products are grown and processed. While the regulations vary from country to country, organic crops must be grown without the use of synthetic pesticides, bio-engineered genes (GMOs), petroleum-based fertilizers, and sewage sludge-based fertilizers. Unlike organic standards, there is no specific definition for "conventional crops".
English Breakfast tea is one of the most popular blends of tea. With history longer than 200 years, it doesn't surprise it is widely available and recognizable all around the world. English breakfast is usually created from strong robust malty Assam black tea, Ceylon teas and Chinese teas. Assam is one of the most suited teas for breakfast blends because of its high caffeine content and robust flavor. English Breakfast is a full-bodied tea that goes perfect with a dash of milk and paired with English morning dishes. It can be found in teabags, broken leaves or even full leaves....
With advancement of technology, chemistry and agriculture, going back to nature is what many people choose to do. Ironically, going back to nature has been more expensive than ever. You may have heard or seen stories of vegetables being injected with toxins to grow faster, different colors used after plucking to make them look nicer, or silicone sprayed on to give them shine and fresh appearance. And still, most of them you peel or wash before eating. And tea? You literary soak the tea and drink whatever it has released.
Have you ever wondered why some teas are expensive and some are more affordable, if not even cheap? Do you think there is a connection between rare and expensive and low quality and cheap teas? Read more and we will make you think twice.