In a culture where people eat and drink practically on the run, making and drinking tea is a way to slow down, say the owners of a unique shop on the shores of Lake Cable. Terry Gabet and Kurt Gibbons are co-owners of the Ohio Tea Company at 5569 Fulton Drive NW.
Ohio Tea Co. offers everything tea-lovers need. The walls display a wide variety of loose teas including oolong, herbal blends, green, white and black, among many more. Choose from brightly colored teapots and mugs, infusers and teapot covers to go with your tea selections.
I recently discovered Kombucha tea. I can’t remember where I read about it or who brought it to my attention. But after reading all about it and its supposed health benefits, I figured I’d give it a try.
It’s that time of year when things start to get hectic. The holidays are quickly approaching, which means holiday parties and shopping, and you can’t forget spending time with friends and family. But you need to make time for yourself to relax.
We’ve all heard the many opposing ideas about caffeine consumption. One week it’s healthy. The next week it’s bad for you. I decided to dig a little and find out how much caffeine is healthy and what happens if you have more than the suggested amount.
Now that it is October, I feel that it is finally appropriate to eat and drink everything pumpkin. I admit that I didn’t wait till October to try some delicious pumpkin treats. I’m not sure when the pumpkin trend became popular, but it’s still going strong.
Before opening the Dragonfly Tea Room in Canal Fulton, Tiffany Craney visited tearooms across Ohio. “My sister and I took the whole summer and went to them all,” Craney said. “I wrote papers on them — it was part of my research for my business plan.”