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Gathered inside Park Hyatt Washington's intimate Tea Cellar, participants of this exclusive engagement learned how to educate the palate to understand the true quality of tea, the artisan process of blending to "improve" a beverage; the role tea gardens play in quality, and more.

Gathered inside Park Hyatt Washington's intimate Tea Cellar, participants of this exclusive engagement learned how to educate the palate to understand the true quality of tea, the artisan process of blending to "improve" a beverage; the role tea gardens play in quality, and more.

Food and Wine | Fallon & Byrne Dublin - Their wine cellar is one of my favourite venues to meet friends and catch up over a few bottles of wine. They stock a beautiful selection of wine and staff are knowledgeable! The Food Hall houses some amazing artisan produce and products from Ireland and beyond, A must visit for any foodie / culinarian. Their restaurant is okay, I would sum it up as simple good cooking.

Food and Wine | Fallon & Byrne Dublin - Their wine cellar is one of my favourite venues to meet friends and catch up over a few bottles of wine. They stock a beautiful selection of wine and staff are knowledgeable! The Food Hall houses some amazing artisan produce and products from Ireland and beyond, A must visit for any foodie / culinarian. Their restaurant is okay, I would sum it up as simple good cooking.

Mellow Minded Cafe to open in Linglestown with 'cool, hip vibe' and a message | PennLive.com

Mellow Minded Cafe to open in Linglestown with 'cool, hip vibe' and a message | PennLive.com

Ever wonder where root beer came from? Well, it used to be root tea, an alcoholic drink the settlers picked up from the Native Americans — but prohibition ended all of that, so it was drained of its alcohol and rechristened "root beer." Now you can get a taste of the original, organic, and very alcoholic tea with Root ($39). Made from birch bark, black tea, spearmint, sugar cane, and other natural ingredients, every sip is like a step back in time.

Ever wonder where root beer came from? Well, it used to be root tea, an alcoholic drink the settlers picked up from the Native Americans — but prohibition ended all of that, so it was drained of its alcohol and rechristened "root beer." Now you can get a taste of the original, organic, and very alcoholic tea with Root ($39). Made from birch bark, black tea, spearmint, sugar cane, and other natural ingredients, every sip is like a step back in time.

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