Hot Tea Month to be Celebrated in January


Hot Tea Month is Just a Few Days Away

Hot Tea Month is celebrated during the month of January. Some tea drinkers will begin their day with the rich tradition of Irish Breakfast tea. Others will end the day with Chamomile and Lavender tea. During this special tea month you might want to experiment by adding a little lemon, sugar, honey, or some milk. No matter how you drink your tea January is a time to enjoy it.


Hot Tea Originated in China

Hot tea originated thousands of year ago deep within the country of China. It grew in prominence and it became one of the most important beverages in the world. Some people see the drink as a mark of sophistication. Others say it has practically redefined British culture.

Tea can also be used medicinally. Herbal teas number in the thousands and each one can be used to help fortify the body. Tea can help your body heal and fight infection. Many tea drinkers know that a cup of mint and chamomile tea can help soothe the nerves.

If you are wondering how to celebrate Hot Tea Month, in January, it is quite simple. Brew yourself a cup of your favorite tea. Then, sit back, relax, and sip it down. That’s all you need to do in order to celebrate the month.


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