People who enjoy the art of tea, a hobby that dates back thousands of years, are becoming increasingly frustrated with the state of tea as consumers become more savvy about its many complex and potentially harmful components.
Artists, for example, are creating new styles that include a cup of iced tea in a tin and a cup filled with hot water with no tea at all.
They also use teaware, an expensive, expensive, costly tea that is made from tea leaves, that can be a serious health hazard.
In fact, some scientists have questioned the safety of using teaware in any way.
Artisans also are adding to the complexity of the tea by adding more flavors, flavors, flavorings, and more flavors.
The art of teacup tea has been around for more than 4,000 years.
The first known examples date back to the sixth century B.C. by Chinese master Wu Zetian.
Tea has a long history in Chinese history, dating back to ancient China and the Silk Road.
Tea is traditionally made from dried leaves, herbs and spices, and it is usually stored in containers with little or no water.
A typical tea cup contains a little more than 2 ounces of water, according to the American Tea Association.
Artisan tea is made by heating water in a teapot, or using the heat from a hot kettle to create steam, according the Tea Association of America.
Tea is an expensive and sometimes dangerous commodity that is widely consumed, with tea making being the most common activity on the internet, according Toffee.
Art of tea is a word meaning “to brew,” but is also used to describe a tea ceremony.
A tea ceremony can be made from many different types of teas, including gongfu tea, black tea, or green tea, according The Wall St. Journal.
Tea drinkers often become frustrated with their inability to find a good tea to make.
Many people also find the complex ingredients difficult to understand, according Dr. Jia-Jun Wang, a tea expert and professor at the University of Virginia.
A tea enthusiast drinks tea while waiting to be served at a tea shop in New York, July 23, 2016.
Photo: Reuters/Andrew Burton Tea enthusiasts have also discovered ways to make their tea more drinkable by adding flavorings to the tea.
For example, some people make tea by mixing the tea with sugar, sugar, honey, or cinnamon, according Food.com.
In addition to the complicated ingredients, tea is also made with water, which can lead to headaches, fatigue, and diarrhea.
Tea lovers are also finding that some tea is not safe to drink at all, according Prof. Wang.
For instance, tea leaves have been found to contain dangerous levels of mercury and other toxins, according TOffee.
Some people even think tea is addictive, according a 2014 survey conducted by The Washington Post.
Tea drinking has long been linked to obesity, according Bloomberg.
It has also been linked with an increased risk of cardiovascular disease, depression, and dementia, according Daily Mail.