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Tea Brewing Tricks

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Tea Brewing Tricks
Have you ever had the experience of picking up your gaiwan, picking out your favorite tea, brewing it, and realizing the taste isn’t as good as you remember?

Or maybe you left it to steep for too long and it came out too bitter?

Whatever the case is, we got some tips and tricks on bettering the taste, so let's examine the following problems! (Read more)

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Brewing loose leaf tea is easy!

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Brewing loose leaf tea is easy!

Are you thinking of getting into the world of tea but don't know where to start!?

Don’t worry, that’s why we’re here!

Let’s say you have a tea you want to try. The next step: brewing!

Brewing is much easier than you think. If you’re new to tea, the important thing is not to overthink it.

We've made some short, straight-to-the-point videos on how to brew teas both Western style and Chinese style. (Read more)

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How to Make Cold Brew Tea

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How to Make Cold Brew Tea
We’ve been getting this question a lot: what is the standard recipe for making cold brew tea?

So here it is. (Read more)

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What is Grandpa Style Tea? (5 Easy Steps To Brew It)

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What is Grandpa Style Tea? (5 Easy Steps To Brew It)
Grandpa style brewing actually is not as mysterious and fancy as it sounds.

And I’m sure we’ve all drank tea grandpa style before without even knowing it... (Read more)

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Gong Fu Brewing vs One Time Brewing

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Gong Fu Brewing vs One Time Brewing

By brewing tea in a large vessel, we allow for the tea to open up all at once, giving us all it has in one go. You may not recognize all the subtleties from opening up the tea’s taste gradually, but you will get a cup of delicious tea with a nice aroma nonetheless. 

On the other hand, if you choose to make Gong Fu tea for yourself or for friends it becomes more of an experience. Gong Fu differs from the Western way of brewing tea in that it allows tea to open to its full potential gradually. (Read more)

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