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|Anise Tea by Buddha Teas |
The use of anise seeds dates back to ancient Egypt, and the seeds have been since utilized for a variety of purposes. Anise seed tea is a relaxing brew with a distinct sweet, yet potent flavor.
For a tea with a long and respected history, look no further than anise seed tea. Anise is native to the Mediterranean region, and belongs to the same family as carrots and fennel. The use of anise seeds, whose name is often shortened to aniseed, dates back to ancient Egyptian civilizations. Bearing a pronounced flavor very similar to licorice, anise seed is a popular culinary ingredient, especially in Asian, Middle Eastern and European recipes. It was especially popular in ancient Rome, where it was used to create a spice cake often served at ceremonies such as weddings, possibly the origin of today's wedding cakes. Anise seeds are frequently ground into a spice used for flavoring, but they also create a delectable herbal tea especially admired by licorice lovers. For a tea that is both sharp and sweet, anise seed is sure to satisfy.
Not only does anise seed tea offer a delicious, flavorful experience, but it also provides a variety of nutrients as well. A fresh cup of anise tea offers a wealth of vitamins, including vitamin A, C, E, and several B vitamins. Calcium, iron, potassium and zinc can also be found in anise seed tea in abundance. Anise is even a natural source of proteins and essential oils, and even provides antioxidants. With all of these valuable nutrients, there is even more reason to indulge in a cup of anise seed tea.
Fresh water is essential for brewing a great cup of tea.
- Use one teabag per cup of boiling water.
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