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Wellington investment company Pencarrow Private Equity has bought iconic local tea brand Bell from supermarket chain Foodstuffs. Kiwis have been drinking Bell tea since 1898, when Norman Harper Bell founded the company in Dunedin. It still makes 4
The new menu at Shiro has some interesting dishes to offer Several times, I have noted that a lot of people visit a spa or watch a nice movie to refresh their tired selves. For me, a good food session in a serene ambience is the antidote for a
12 September 2013 10 shares 11 View comments Making an impression: The average graduate worker spends a total of five hours every week making coffee and tea for their colleagues John Major, Theo Paphitis and Chris Moyles all started their successful
CTV video video Coffee Last February, Lisa Marchant sustained second and third-degree burns on her left side after an extra-large cup of Tim Hortons green tea spilled on her lap following a minor car accident. In an interview with CBC News, Marchant
At nearly 200,000 undergrads, according to the Chronicle of Higher Education, they're blowing away the rest of the world in packing American universities. And if and when they return to China, they're bringing America back with them. We spoke with
Mornings that include coffee made from fresh roasted beans paired with freshly baked something or other. The sun streaming in between the curtains , creating a painting of it's own across the table's surface. The kind you can rest your hand in and
9 September 2013 2 View comments Data from market analysts Kantar Worldpanel shows that volume sales of standard tea have remained static over the past year Herbal teas are soaring in popularity as Britons lose their taste for a traditional 'builder'
In Summary The insistence on the top two leaves and a bud not only guarantees the highest quality of tea, it causes lesser bruising to the tea bush, enabling it to recover in a shorter time to throw up more fresh leaves. I recently read in the news
FOR the last few weeks I've been rising before dawn to get a project finished. In my office, high on the top of our house, it's just me and the streetlights and the rumble of the rubbish truck where I can gauge from the tenor if it's paper or glass.
Just as I was making a mental note to pour myself another cup after the tour, our driver quipped: Here on Wadmalaw Island, we have a saying: Start your day slowly and then taper off from there. I laughed along with the other tourists as we gazed out