Arunachal tea

Arunachal Tea

Arunachal tea is from the most north-easterly of India’s states Known as ...
Tea horse road Lijiang, Yunnan, China

Introduction to Yunnan Tea

Introduction to Yunnan Tea: from Yunnan province, south-west China Yunnan is a ...
loose tea

What are the Benefits of Loose Tea?

What are the Benefits of Loose Tea? Loose tea makes the best tea ...
Japanese tea

Japanese tea

Japanese tea: an Insight Here we give and insight into Japanese tea ...
Oolong Loose Teas

Oolong Loose Teas

Oolong Loose Teas: complex semi-oxidized teas Oolong teas, or wulong as they were ...
White Tea

White Tea

White Tea: the sublime tea drinking experience. In the China Dynasty of ...
Black Assam tea

Assam Tea Introduction

Assam Tea: an Introduction to these malty teas Let us give you ...
best loose leaf teas

The Best Loose Leaf Teas

What are the best loose leaf teas? Da Hong Pao oolong. One ...
Ceylon teas

Ceylon Teas

Ceylon teas: an insight into its history and growing. Ceylon teas were planted ...
Traditional flavoured teas

Traditional Flavoured Teas

Traditional flavoured teas: black, green and oolong teas using natural flavours. The ...
Arunachal tea

Arunachal Tea

Arunachal tea is from the most north-easterly of India’s states Known as the Land of the Rising Sun, Arunachal Pradesh has the lowest population density of any state in India, having no cities and only around two dozen towns. The state is surrounded by Myanmar to the east, Bhutan to the west and Tibet to…read more

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Tea horse road Lijiang, Yunnan, China

Introduction to Yunnan Tea

Introduction to Yunnan Tea: from Yunnan province, south-west China Yunnan is a region having a border with Laos and Burma, extending north towards the Himalayas. This borderland is a craggy, mountainous area of thick jungle. It is considered the birthplace of tea with native tea trees growing wild – some reputed to be as much…read more

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loose tea

What are the Benefits of Loose Tea?

What are the Benefits of Loose Tea? Loose tea makes the best tea. That’s a bold statement you say. Why? Well, I’ll tell you why. Loose tea is larger leaf and, if you choose large leaf teas, they are even better than standard loose leaf teas. The reason is this: large leaf teas have a larger…read more

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Japanese tea

Japanese tea

Japanese tea: an Insight Here we give and insight into Japanese tea which are highly acclaimed. These are often noted for their greenness, smooth taste and grassy character. The main Japanese tea producing regions are Shizuoka and Kagoshima in the south. Most Japanese teas are produced there: Sencha, Bancha, Gyokuro, Kabusecha as well as Kamairicha. Kyoto…read more

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Oolong Loose Teas

Oolong Loose Teas

Oolong Loose Teas: complex semi-oxidized teas Oolong teas, or wulong as they were known, translates as Black Dragon and these teas account for around fourteen percent of Chinese tea production. Highly acclaimed in China, they are semi-fermented, in that the leaf is partially oxidised and therefore lye between green tea which is not oxidised and black…read more

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White Tea

White Tea: the sublime tea drinking experience. In the China Dynasty of Song (960-1279), white tea was revered. Chinese people used to ground the white leaves into a silvery powder. This was an inspiration for the Japanese tea ceremony “Cha No Yu” with Matcha. This method had been abandoned in China for several years now….read more

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Black Assam tea

Assam Tea Introduction

Assam Tea: an Introduction to these malty teas Let us give you an introduction to Assam tea. It is from Assam Province’s Brahamaptra valley of northern India. Assam teas are renown for their strength, body and maltiness and have a real depth of taste that is becoming increasingly appealing to those who demand flavour in…read more

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best loose leaf teas

The Best Loose Leaf Teas

What are the best loose leaf teas? Da Hong Pao oolong. One of China’s famous Teas. Are you on a mission to discover the world’s best loose leaf teas? These teas are generally from countries famous for tea. We all know of India and China but there is Japan too and many tea producing countries…read more

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Ceylon teas

Ceylon Teas

Ceylon teas: an insight into its history and growing. Ceylon teas were planted in 1867, in what is now Sri Lanka, after a coffee blight wiped out all the coffee plantations on the island. Since then Ceylon tea (as it is still known) has not looked back. Sri Lanka is the world’s third largest tea producer…read more

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Traditional flavoured teas

Traditional Flavoured Teas

Traditional flavoured teas: black, green and oolong teas using natural flavours. The delicate nature of tea means that it easily absorbs other flavours introduced to it. Many traditional flavoured teas have a long history, others are more recent innovations. Many long-standing flavours are achieved by the introduction of flowers to the tea. These are then…read more

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