PBT Journey

  • 10 Reasons to Avoid Drinking Soda

    Top 10 Reasons to Avoid Drinking Soda: Sugary drinks are the most fattening aspect of the modern diet. Soda “Pop” has no essential nutrients…just...
  • What is BMI? (Body Mass Index)

    This blog post talks about what is "BMI" and how to calculate it for yourself.
  • Trademark 6840845

    20 months ago during the covid19 pandemic, I had the thought to create "Perfect Body Tea" a super food brand.  There was lots and lots of paperwor...
  • What is Blueberry Tea?

    This tea offers all the flavor and character of ripe, plump berries, captured in 100% all-natural flavoring oil.  Crafted with our proprietary blend of Ceylon black teas, this is truly a cup worth writing about.  Amazing hot or poured over ice.  Sip into some blueberry perfection.
  • What is Maple Tea?

    Created from sap harvested from the mighty Sugar Maple tree, Maple season begins when winter's cold weather gives way to the warmer winds of spring.
  • What is Ice Wine Tea?

    Ice Wine is typically made of Vidal grapes, normally used to produce a table wine.  It has a relatively thick skin enabling the grape clusters to withstand the elements.  Ice wine is difficult to produce - not only do the grapes have to withstand the elements - but the crows and other birds find Vidal grapes particularly tasty.  After the "fight" with the elements and birds, the grapes go through weeks weeks of fermentation followed by a few months of barrel aging. 
  • What is Peach Apricot Tea?

    What makes the fruits go so well together?  Their delicate, intensely sweet flavor profiles.  The characters of both fruits together blend into a harmonious explosion of citrusy goodness.  And what makes them blend so well with a high grown Ceylon tea?  The answer to that question is the natural acidity and astringent qualities of both.  Peach and apricot - 4000 years of history can't be wrong! 
  • What is English Breakfast Tea?

    Afternoon tea was the invention of Anna, wife of the seventh Duke of Bedford.  At the time custom dictated only two planned meals per day: a hearty breakfast and a late evening dinner.  Anna in an effort to ease the "sinking feeling" began instructing her servants to prepare tea and cakes in the late afternoon.  Thus began a fashionable habit which still exists today.

  • What is Earl Grey Tea?

    The secret lies in the fact that we never use flavoring oils to mask poor quality teas.  Rather, we select a premium blend of black teas hand harvested from some of Ceylon's premier gardens.  To this we add 100% all natural flavoring oils (in this case, oil of bergamot)  and roll it all in stainless steel drums until each leaf is thoroughly saturated and coated in luscious flavor.
  • What is Rooibos Tea?

    The story of "Rooibos Tea" starts around the turn of the century in South Africa's beautiful Cedarberg region. It was the locals of the are who first discovered that the fine needle like leaves of the wild "Aspalathus Linearis" plant made a tasty aromatic tea.
  • What is Spiced Chai Tea?

    Traditional Indian chai is a heady mix of spice and tea.  Chai recipes are handed down from generation to generation the way westerners pass on grandma's apple pie recipe.  The tea is traditionally brewed by boiling milk, adding good thick black tea, various spices and then boiling it again.   The resulting mixture is thick, spicy and incredibly full-bodied
  • What is Jasmine Tea?

    This particular grade is the first grade below the exotic jasmines.  It has all the flavor, aroma and good green tea qualities but not the exorbitant price.  In China they declare this jasmine tea as "Jasmine #1"