Tea Tipped To Be One Of The Hottest Flavors Of 2014
McCormick & Co. Releases Top Trending Flavors for 2014 with Surprising Flavor Tea Predicted to be Popular
The many reasons for tea's rising popularity is attributed to many factors.
Tea has recently become one of the must-have ingredients for both drinking and flavoring. More recipes are calling for the use of tea in rubs, marinades, broths, and cooking stocks. With a wide variety of traditional and herbal teas available, the flavor possibilities are endless. Thus, tea offers creativity and cross-functional methods to prepare tasty, unique meals. Some of the hottest recipes for 2014 use green tea, smoked tea, and rooibos tea as the essential flavor base.
Not only do many chefs say that tea offers a new flavor element to culinary creations, it also adds an important injection of nutrients into dishes. Tea is full of nourishing phytonutrients, vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, and trace elements that are very beneficial for the body.
There is a significant body of evidence that confirms that health benefits associated with consuming quality tea. It is said that the high antioxidant content in tea can help to inhibit the activity of free radicals. These damaging compounds breakdown cells and lead to mutations that promote illnesses such as cancers, heart disease and other serious complications. Antioxidants also help to preserve youthful appearance, protecting the skin from oxidative stress.
The inclusion of tea in McCormick & Co's predicted trends for 2014 can only be a positive influence on health and well-being. However, many tea companies that sell tea say that to fully utilize the flavor and health benefits that tea can offer, it's important to select a quality tea. There are plenty of boutique tea outlets and health-food retailers selling organic, pure loose leaf tea. Coolahoo, a company selling tea infusers, says that these tea varieties are the best quality and free from pesticide and herbicide residues.
According to many recipes, in order to prepare a flavorsome tea broth or stock, they say that it is very important to let the tea brew for several minutes. The amount of time the tea should be left to brew will depend on the type of tea and the strength of flavor for which the recipe calls. The longer the brew is left, the stronger it will be. Most recipes using tea broth or stock request the removal of the tea leaves. This can easily be achieved using a quality tea strainer/infuser.
Coolahoo's tea infuser is available exclusively on Amazon.com is a good option. The tea infuser is made from high quality stainless steel, so it won't absorb the flavors of the different tea varieties used. Also, it is a very simple device; easy to use and maintain. Using any kind of tea infuser is a great option for experimenting with different culinary tea flavorings in 2014.
Coolahoo is a new company and provider of the Premium Tea Infuser, sold on Amazon.com. The product was launched in July 2013 and is seeing robust sales and is getting many positive reviews. Coolahoo attempts to provide first class customer information and service for its products and will launch some new products in 2014.
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