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What is SILVER MOON tea?

What is SILVER MOON tea?

Silver Moon Tea TCTWG6018 A TWG Tea blend of green teas accented with a grand berry and vanilla bouquet. Suave, with just a hint of spice.

How do you make TWG Tea?


  1. Place 2 – 3 teaspoons or 5 – 7.5 grams of tea into a warm tea filter, allowing the tea leaves time to expand;
  2. Gently pour simmering water on the tea, completely covering all of the leaves;
  3. Infuse for 5 minutes;

How long to steep a tea bag?

Place a tea bag in your favorite cup or mug. Bring water to a rolling boil and immediately pour over your tea bag. Steep for a good 3 to 5 minutes. (Great taste can’t be rushed—it really does take the full time to release the tea’s entire flavor.)

How does Moon Tea work?

Moon tea or tansy tea is a medicinal herbal tea used in the Seven Kingdoms, as well as beyond the Wall, to prevent or abort pregnancies. Moon tea is made generally by maesters and woods witches out of tansy, mint, wormwood, a spoon of honey, and a drop of pennyroyal.

Does Vanilla Bourbon tea have alcohol?

The orange-red liquor is rich and aromatic, with citrus-like sweetness and notes of vanilla cake soaked in bourbon. This is a non-alcoholic tea blend so no worries of a hangover in the morning.

What does TWG tea stand for?

The Wellbeing Group
A subsidiary of the V3 Group, TWG Tea stands for The Wellbeing Group and was founded in 2008 as a luxury concept that incorporates unique and original retail outlets, exquisite tea rooms and an international distribution network to professionals. This inaugural location is a nostalgic celebration of tea clippers.

How do you use TWG Tea?

Tea Preparation Pour 95°C water over one teabag and infuse for 4-5 minutes for one cup, or 5-7 minutes for a small teapot. Remove teabag and serve.

Does tea get stronger the longer it steeps?

When you steep tea steeped to its recommended time, the tannins and caffeine released make the tea very strong. If you steep tea longer than stated in the directions, this will allow the water to absorb more tannins and caffeine. So, yes, the tea will be stronger if steeped for longer than recommended.

What is Moon Cycle tea good for?

Yogi Woman’s Moon Cycle® tea is purposefully formulated to help soothe the minor tensions and discomfort of your monthly cycle. We combine Raspberry Leaf, traditionally used for centuries to address common menstrual discomforts, and Chamomile, which has been used for centuries to help soothe the mind and body.

Why is vanilla called Bourbon?

The term “Bourbon vanilla” refers to the vanilla beans’ provenance as being from the Bourbon Islands, most commonly Madagascar but also Mauritius and Réunion. The name comes from the period when the island of Réunion was ruled by the Bourbon kings of France and has no relation to Bourbon whiskey.

What kind of tea is Silver Moon tea?

Silver Moon Tea “Silver Moon Tea is my first creation for TWG Tea and, to this date, is our bestseller worldwide. I first arrived in Singapore during the mid-autumn festival and this green tea with grand berry and vanilla was made to pair and balance the richness of mooncakes.”

How old is TWG Silver Moon tea series?

TWG releases quite amount of tea types for a company whose only an 8 years old but we won’t talk about them, we only focused on silver moon. Yes silver moon, thanks to twilight and dramas, when I heard silver moon all I imagine was a tall handsome built up werewolf, mysterious yet passionate.

How do you make new moon tea blend?

Combine all ingredients in a glass jar. Stir so the ingredients are evenly distributed. Keep in a cool, dry place. To brew, scoop one tablespoon of loose tea into a strainer or tea bag. Pour hot water over the strainer or bag. Brew 3-5 minutes. Why does this blend represent the new moon? Let’s take it one ingredient at a time:

What kind of tea do you use in moon phases?

As we know, each phase of the moon comes with it’s own energies, attitudes and appropriate activities. Each of my moon phase tea blends take those energies into consideration in choosing which type of tea to use as a base (black, green, white, red or herbal) and which other ingredients to combine together.