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Ice Tea

Аn ice-cold thirst-quencher and pure drinking delight!

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Frequently Asked Questions

Q? How to prepare the perfect tea?

A. For detailed information, please visit “How to prepare tea”, located at the “Interesting” category in our Blog.

Q? Can we use a metal jug?
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How to Prepare Tea

For a glass of 200 ml. only 2 grams of tea (about 1 teaspoon) is needed; for a can of 1l. – 1 tablespoon tea.

Green tea

If you want to prepare the drink properly and it really does show miraculous qualities, never pour the tea with boiling water. The high temperature will destroy the vitamins and worsen the taste of the tea. Allow the boiling water to stand for 5 to 6 minutes to cool down and then pour the tea. And if you want to make the most of its usefulness, forget about sugar and milk.
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Exhibitions and Presentations at the Tea House

We provide space for enthusiasts with different talents to present their work for free. You can use our tea room for your exhibitions such as presentation of your books, paintings, photographs, handmade accessories and more. You can present your works in the tea room and share them with us and all our guests.

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Green Tea

Since green tea is dried without fermentation, its tanning substances are completely preserved, as well as vitamins B, E, C (anti-rhinitis); fluorine (for healthy teeth); manganese (against osteoporosis); up to 1% caffeine (for mental alertness). Green Tea helps to remove heavy metals from the human body. It is also highly recommended to smokers, because it helps to gradually remove the accumulated harmful substances. Read More

Black Tea

Black tea is known to be a powerful antioxidant. Huge quantities of vitamin C and vitamin E are concentrated in the black tea. It fights aging, both when it is consumed and when it is applied on the skin.
Black tea improves the overall condition of the body, increases mental and physical performance and adds to our good mood. Black tea reduces the levels of cortisol (the stress hormone) which is responsible for heart strokes and fatal attacks.Read More

Rooibos & Honeybush


Rooibos is the national drink of South Africa and is highly valued.  There are intensive researches about its health benefits. It is known that drinking rooibos tea can cure asthma,  allergies, headaches and premature aging.Read More


The drink is prepared from dried leaves of “Liex Paraguariensis” – a bushy evergreen tree that lives about 25 years and reaches a maximum height of 15 meters.
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Lapacho is a tree that grows in the humid forests of Brazil, Bahamas and Mexico. The tea contains the finest inner bark of the tree Lapacho. This tree is also known as “The Tree of Life”, “Pau D’arco” and “Taheebo” and it is one of the plants, which are a great discovery of the world medicine.Read More

Fruit Tea

Regular drinking of fruit teas has many health benefits as well as eating fruits, vegetables and other plant food. Fruits and vegetables contain flavonoids, which however are contained in a much higher concentration in tea.
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Oolong, green and black tea are a product of one plant – “Camellia sinensis”. The main difference is in the tea manufacturing process – black tea is fully fermented, green tea is not fermented and oolong is partially fermented.Read More