TEA

The Bohemian Tearoom is all about teas of all persuasions: Black, Green, White, Matcha, Chai, Oolong, Tisanes and Herbal. From the best Darjeeling’s to quality Greens to rare Egyptian tea dated by vintage like fine wine.  You are invited to experience the depth and variety of The Bohemian Tearoom has over 80+ teas from around the world so you can experience the timeless pleasure of taking tea.  The Bohemian Tearoom is the perfect place to linger over a pot of fine tea while sampling delectable house baked goods and enjoying the elegant bohemian ambiance and excellent service.

DID YOU KNOW? 

Tea contains antioxidants - Antioxidants help to keep us young and protect us from damage from pollution.

Tea has less caffeine - Herbal blends have no caffeine, while traditional teas have less than 50 percent of what typically is found in coffee.

Tea may help to reduce risks of heart attack and stroke - A study published earlier this year found nearly 20% reduction in the risk of heart attack and a 35% reduced risk of stroke among those who drank one to three cups of green tea a day.

Tea may keep your smile bright - Japanese researchers have found that tea can decrease tooth loss as It changes the pH in your mouth so when you drink tea it may be what prevents cavities.

Tea may help battle cancer - Studies on this are currently mixed, which means more research is needed, but, if you’ve got a strong family history of cancer you might increase your tea consumption.

Herbal tea may soothe the digestive system - Herbal teas, in particular chamomile, can be good for people with irritable bowel syndrome because it is an antispasmodic, and ginger teas can calm nausea.

Unadulterated tea is calorie free – It is a great no-calorie alternative to water, and provides so many options for flavour and versatility. You can have it hot or cold. And you don’t have to put anything in it, though you might want to add a cinnamon stick or some ginger.

 COFFEE

Amelia Franklin Coffee Roasters (People of Coffee)

Amelia Franklin is a specialty Fair Trade coffee roaster based in Bellingen sourcing her beans from some of the richest soils in the world and has won many prestigious awards for her own unique blends. Amelia Franklin sources her products directly from ethical producers from Papua New Guinea, Mexico, Sumatra, East Timor and Nicaragua and imports the beans directly into Australia. Fair Trade is a cooperative system that is set up in third world countries that enforces and governs the cost of produce. The secret to a good coffee is to not over roast and burn the beans, so that you don’t start with an over-roasted bean that all the oils are going out of as that is what you want in your coffee. “That's the kind of customer I want, one who appreciates artisan, hand-roasted coffee,” Franklin says. “I'm proud that my whole business is fair-trade organic, so I'm helping the people who grow it, too.”

DID YOU KNOW?

Coffee helps burn fat - Caffeine can boost your metabolic rate by as much as 11% and also increases your fat burning ability.

Coffee helps prevent kidney stones – Caffeine increases urination, which expels the excess calcium and sodium that researchers believe cause kidney stones.

Coffee helps protect your brain – A Japanese study found that people who drink just one cup of coffee per day are 20% less likely to suffer from a stroke than non-coffee drinkers.

Coffee helps lower your risk of diabetes - Coffee contains chlorogenic acid that has been shown to reduce blood sugar concentrations.

Coffee helps protect the liver – Researchers from the Hawaii Cancer centre found that people who drink 2 to 3 cups of coffee per day are 38% less likely to develop cancer.

Coffee helps increase your Vitamin intake – A single cup of coffee contains vitamin B2, B3 and B5. B2 helps to prevent heart disease and cancer, B3 helps to balance blood cholesterol levels, and B5 helps stabilise blood sugar levels.

Coffee helps protect against cancer – A study has revealed that people who drink 4 to 5 cups of coffee per day have a 15% lower risk of contracting colotectal cancer.

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