Tea Tree Café

Welcome to Tea-Tree Café! Here at Tea- Tree Café we like to provide some of our favorite cannabis and tea pairings along with information on the benefits using these two leafs.

Have you ever had chocolate covered pretzels? What about bacon wrapped pineapple? Pairing different foods together is a popular practice that can create a flavorful explosion for your taste buds and leave you in disbelief.

We are sharing some of our favorite combinations that provide stimulating sensations to all the senses. Some of the pairings are great for early morning and getting the day started off on the right foot! Others are geared toward that evening night cap after a long hard day. 

What kind of Tea is for you?

Before we get into the pairing it is important to figure out which kind of tea fits your fancy. Let’s look at a few popular teas:

Herbal Tea- Unwind with herbal blends to relieve stress and settle the stomach. Herbals teas can also help sharpen focus and concentration. Herbal teas come in a multitude blends from Mint Chocolate Velvet after dinner teas to calming Lavender Chamomile. I challenge you to find an herbal teas tea that wont put your taste buds in a frenzy!

Here are some of the herbal tea’s characteristics:

  • Aids in stress, nausea relief, stomach issues, and headaches. 
  • Boosts your immunity to resist colds
  •  Improves concentration
  • Improves energy levels
  •  Caffeine Free

White tea is best for treating illness and its abundance of antioxidants makes it the perfect healer.

  •  High in antioxidant
  • Helps improve concentration
  • Great for detoxing

PU-erh- Is perfect match for all the coffee drinkers out there. Its earthy characteristics are the most similar to the coffee bean. Pu-erh are great for stimulating the metabolism to aide in weight loss. The tea has also been known to help lower cholesterol levels

  • Helps metabolize fatty acids and oily foods
  • Reduces cholesterol
  • Lowers blood sugar levels
  • Helps with weight loss (curbs appetite)

Black Tea

Black teas are optimal for early birds because they provide a natural source of caffeine. Black teas contain the most caffeine out of any other tea. Black teas are also a focal point of cardiac healthy best practices because of its ability to prevent plaque build up in arteries.

  • Can reduce the risk of heart attacks
  • Helps increase bone density
  • Aids in dental hygiene by killing bacteria in the mouth that causes bad breath and cavities.

 Oolong

Oolong leaves are rich in essential vitamins and minerals that are imperative to a healthy digestive system. Comes in exotic blends and exquisite flavors that will have your taste palate going crazy.

  •  Lowers cholesterol and blood sugar
  • Effective for weight loss
  • Great source of daily vitamins and minerals

Green Tea

Cleanse and detoxify the body with green leaves packed with powerful antioxidants that fight free radicals. Whether ground into a fine Matcha powder or preserved and paired with delicate blossoms, these teas also encourage oral health.

  • Potent source of vitamins and minerals
  • Highest content of antioxidants in any tea!
  • Aids in dental hygiene by strengthening tooth enamel. Helps fight bad breath

 These are just some of our favorite teas. We would love to hear from you on some of your favorite tea and cannabis combinations.   If you have a different favorite cannabis pairing, we would still love to hear from you and will repost on Tea-Tree Café.

Sean Cook