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Vegetarian Festival Thailand

Welcome all sippers to my blog which many of you already know in previous blogs I discussed the great health benefits to drinking our Mulberry Teas. Thai people are very aware to the balance of their health and for a great many Chinese Thai, their culture, religion and heritage to past centuries old traditions are...

Mulberry Teas positive effects with Diabetes

Welcome all regular Sippers and new readers to my blog. This month has lead to a great many emails the majority enquiring “can drinking Mulberry Tea really help towards controlling diabetes?” With greater awareness to the at present, this ever increasing health condition. There certainly...

UK Temperatures match that in Bangkok

With this years amazing British Summer there has never been a better time to try our Teas chilled straight from the fridge and so I’ve grabbed some time to sit down with a nice cup of chilled Mulberry and Japanese Green Tea and welcome all sippers and readers to this months blog. As most regular reader...

ThaiFex a great success for Mulberry Tea

The start to this month Thailand was host to “Taste the World and Savour Asia” World Food Expo held at the Impact Exhibition and Convention Centre, Bangkok. This event is Asia’s food and beverage producers opportunity to present and promote their products to the rest of the...

19 million four hundred thousand cups of tea

I think the cold snap of a British winter was a slight shock to Tony and Jane from Ranong Tea when they arrived in London from Thailand back in February this year and although they were prepared coats, gloves and hats the 30 degree plus heat of Thailand it was not. We try and meet up whenever we are...

BenefitTea Wish You All A Happy Thai New Year

Sitting down with a nice cup of Mulberry with Jasmine green tea I welcome all our sippers and readers to our lastest blog. Our associates in Thailand celebrated Songkran which on 13th April herald another Thai New Year in the Buddhist calendar, 543 years ahead to the widely...

What and how do Antioxidants benefit our bodies

Having enjoyed Mulberry teas for a great many years now I am asked many times do I drink the tea for the taste or its numerous health benefits. Well originally it was the teas tannin free, crisp flavour but now with the onslaught to my ever ageing body I think Mulberry’s positive properties to the body is a...

Making the perfect cup of Mulberry Tea

Having grown up in a household of tea obsessed sippers from an early age, by my teens I had brewed and drunk thousands of cups of tea. It wasn’t until my travels to Asia much later in my life that I first experienced Mulberry Tea and it was at this point a friend gave his opinion to making the best cup of...

Speaking and trying to understand Thai

Thought I’d take a few minutes out of my day and sit down with a warm cup of Mulberry Original Green Tea and reflect on my time in Thailand and try to remember a few words and phrases in order that I don’t completely forget the Thai language. For those that speak or have tried to learn to try and speak...

Mulberry Tea and Type Two Diabetes

Recently a friend of mine was diagnosed with type two diabetes....

The Ranong Brand Is Expanding

Construction to the new Ranong factory in Chonburi, Thailand is now well under way and is a reflection to how popular the Ranong range of Teas, Slimming Tea, Slimming Coffee, Ginger Beverages really are and not only in Thailand but also internationally.

Seasonal Greeting To You All

Welcome and it’s good to have a chance to finally sit, relax and have a chat. I think with the holiday season upon us a great many people are looking at ways to kick start 2018 with healthy living alternatives, which intern has made things busy for me with lots of questions to past blogs and orders from new...

An alternative to the traditional Christmas feast

An alternative to the traditional Christmas feast Having traveled throughout Asia, Thailand has always maintained its attraction from the high octane bustle of Bangkok to the slower pace rural farmlands to the North, East and West of...

Calendar and Time in Thailand

Thought I’d take a break and write a few words whilst having a cuppa, today my choice of Tea is Mulberry Original and with the advent candle burning slowly closer to Christmas Day, it is inspiration for todays blog Thai clocks, time and...

Ranong and World Blood Donor Appeal 2017

As part of the Ranong Tea family I am always proud that BenefitTea is associated to such a great cause. Each year in June Thai Red Cross hold its annual “Mega Blood Appeal” encouraging the people of Bangkok to come together in support to the World Blood Donor Day. Blood...

Our Three very distinctive and individual Mulberry

Having written a few blogs now it’s great to see readers growing interest and receive feedback to how much you sippers out there love our tea. One question thats been raised is why the three types of teas we...

Tea Plantation, Organic and positive to Fair Trade

Morning at the mulberry tea plantation started early and whilst Tony was pouring coffee, one of the many variety coffees grown and manufactured by Ranong, I asked of family and children remarkably on Jane’s return her children were of exactly the same age. Now my wife will say...

Bangkok and a five hour journey North

Ranong Tea Part 2 Now where was I ? It never ceases to amaze me how my clean pressed linen shirt within two minutes of leaving an air-con environment of a hotel can look as though I’d slept in it overnight. The drive as always...

Ranong Tea and BenefitTea our Beginning

Ranong Tea with BenefitTea our Beginning Just sat down with a cup of Mulberry Green tea with Jasmine, my lap top and a view of autumn trees and a sigh that another summer is over. My experience of life has taught me to enjoy and appreciate small moments and with...

Tea lovers welcome to my new Mulberry Tea Blog

A big hello to all old and new Mulberry Tea lovers and welcome to my new Mulberry tea Blog. My motivation to write is that I am still surprised by my passion of good Mulberry Tea. After so many years. But with all stories I suppose...

What is mulberry tea

Mulberry tea is the tea which is extracted from the mulberry tree leaves. It is an inherent to Asia but now it is cultivated worldwide. Black mulberry and White mulberry are the most known species among the 10 species. The leaves are harvested in autumn and dried for making tea. The records of 3000 years of...

Interesting facts about Thailand

The longest place name in the world is the full name of Bangkok, the capital city of Thailand: Krungthepmahanakhon Amonrattanakosin Mahintharayutthaya Mahadilokphop Noppharatratchathaniburirom Udomratchaniwetmahasathan Amonphimanawatansathit

Green Tea

The drink is made from strongly brewed Ceylon tea, or a locally grown landrace (traditional or semi-wild) version of Assam known as Bai Miang (????????). Other ingredients may include added orange blossom water, star anise, crushed tamarind seed or red and...