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  1. Japanese Matcha Tea with Acai & Goji Berry Facial Mask

    This multi-award-winning mask embodies the essence of Pangea's approach to Ecocentric Skincare. Skillfully blended to incorporate a holistic approach to beautiful skin, this mask includes a diversity of sustainable elements. Forest, mountain, desert, and sea-derived botanicals in their bioactive forms provide essential nutrients ?? all in one fell swoop! Using this mask just once will noticeably improve the quality, tone, and texture of your skin.
  2. Apple Matcha Latte
    Recipe Rating: 3.73249

    Matcha is a Japanese green tea. It is finely ground into a powder making it easy to dissolve for this alternative latte.

    Categories: Beverages, Dairy Free, Gluten Free, Vegan, Vegetarian, Fat Free, Low Fat, Wheat Free

  3. Coffee and Tea

    Our full service coffee bar offers delicious roasts, a large selection of teas, and specialty drinks including matcha, lattes and anything you can think of! The coffee bar hours are 8 a.m. -  7 p.m. everyday. Find a great selection of bulk beans, bagged coffees (including locally roasted Phoenix Coffee!) and teas as well as an assortment of brewing supplies.
  4. Tea•rrific! Ice Cream

    Located in Norwalk, Connecticut, Tea•rrific! Ice Cream is an artisanal ice cream company focused on crafting the finest premium, all-natural, tea-infused ice cream. Mario Leite founded Tea•rrific! Ice Cream in December 2011 leaving his investment banking job. They focus on crafting superpremium, all-natural tea-infused ice cream which offers distinct flavor, a creamy texture and clean finish.
  5. Guide to Tea (UK)

    Tea Brew How-To Got your tea? Got your mug? Ready to relax? Let’s make it simple. To brew tea, use fresh water free of any odd tastes or odors. (It accounts for 95% of every cup of tea, you know.) Use one teaspoon of tea per serving, plus one more for the pot. Pour the water over the tea and steep according to these guidelines: White and Green Tea: Use boiling water that has cooled for a couple of minutes (to about 185°F) and steep for 2 to 4 minutes.
  6. Guide to Tea

    Tea Brew How-To Got your tea? Got your mug? Ready to relax? Let’s make it simple. To brew tea, use fresh water free of any odd tastes or odors. (It accounts for 95% of every cup of tea, you know.) Use one teaspoon of tea per serving, plus one more for the pot. Pour the water over the tea and steep according to these guidelines: White and Green Tea: Use boiling water that has cooled for a couple of minutes (to about 185°F) and steep for 2 to 4 minutes.
  7. Eggnog: a Taste of Tradition + Twists

    Ham vs. turkey. Gingerbread cookies vs. sugar cookies. There are plenty of debates centered on yuletide traditions. At my house, though, there’s no question: there will be eggnog. Nog for Everyone With lots of houseguests this month, my holiday motto is “Make some, buy some” so it’s Whole Foods Market® to the rescue. Not only is there organic traditional dairy eggnog, but there are also great non-dairy options to suit vegan or lactose intolerant celebrants.

    Categories: Grocery, Food & Recipes, Holidays, Elizabeth Smith