[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]What do the Baby Boomers and Millennials have in common?
The year is almost at a close, do you have a plan for a New Year’s resolution? It’s the perfect time to make new goals and ponder what you wish to achieve in the next year. Why not improve your tea consumption?
Tea has become such a desired drink in North America, and that is partly because of the “Baby Boomer” population. Baby Boomers are the biggest generation ever at a whopping 78 million. But today, we have another big generation, known as the Millennials.
In other words, Millennials are much more savvy with technology, health, and science than Baby Boomers and they are the ones who are driving big changes.
Millennials are more health-conscious
Millennials want to live well and cope with life’s challenges. They are more intuned to physical exercise,
clean eating, and mental health, therefore it makes sense to see more and more turn to tea rather than other options. Tea is soothing and calming, can drink multiple times a day, and is rather inexpensive.
Tea is probably the most “natural” commodity available. It has been consumed for almost 5,000 years, that is a long time! When the Emperor Shen Nung first discovered tea, he became immediately interested in it. Tea was called “ch’a” and brought balance with nature.
Since it’s discovery, tea has become very popular, particularly because of its healing powers. Dragonwell, also known as Longjing is one of the most respected teas in China. It is known as Sparrow’s Tongue because once the leaves open after brewing, they look like a bird’s beak and tongue. When in the growing phase, it has the most beautiful color green. It produces a smooth flavor and a very fine aroma.
The 5 reasons why you should be drinking Dragonwell
It has many health benefits such as:
- Helps to lose weight or maintain a healthy weight
- Allows your metabolism to work faster and burn body fat quicker
- It calms the mind so you feel more relaxed
- Contains natural fluoride and minerals, and helps prevent cavities
- Reduces bad cholesterol
China’s finest teas are made by hand and the skills have been passed down from one generation to another. Today, more and more people are learning to appreciate the charming histories and pleasing quality, and the vast array of green tea.
One must be careful when choosing such unique tea, online shopping can be quite the challenge. Many teas offered can be “mixed” with other tea, therefore selling counterfeit product. Also, they must be certified organic order to guarantee you are drinking an authentic tea. We guarantee our Dragonwell tea is exactly what you are looking for, and we have lots in stock.
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