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It's All About Tea — cold brew

Gong Fu Cha — Making Sure Your Tea Doesn’t Lose Flavor

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As most tea enthusiasts already know, there are different ways of making tea. For example, you can brew it western-style or gongfu style. When talking about quality Asian tea, most of us might choose to make our drink the gong fu cha way. We can taste how it transforms throughout multiple brews when we make tea gong fu style.

For this reason, it’s also essential to understand how many brews each tea type can withstand. Furthermore, how to prolong the brew count of each variety. We’ll discuss this more in today’s article. (Read more)

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Silver Needle White Tea

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Silver Needle White Tea, or Bai Hao Yin Zhen, is one of the most popular types of White Tea! It has a unique appearance — fuzzy white tea tips, soft like bunny ears. The taste is elegant and alluring. One who has tried a quality Silver Needle will likely continue the quest of enjoying only the finest Bai Hao Yin Zhen there is. Read this article to find out what makes it so unique and how to choose only the best Silver Needle Tea! (Read more)

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The Complete Guide To Japanese Cold-Brew And Iced Tea

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As much as we love our daily gong fu tea, the summer days are only getting hotter. We know sometimes as much as you’d like to enjoy a quiet moment with your tea pet, brewing up pot after pot of delicious loose leaf tea, the heat can make the practice unbearable. At times like this, we switch to our favorite summer-time tea brewing method — cold brewed tea! (Read more)

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The Top 5 Tea Brewing Methods: How To Brew Different Types of Tea

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There are many ways of making a delicious cup of quality loose leaf tea. Luckily for us, the methods required to brew the perfect cup have been meticulously studied over the past centuries. Listed are the 5 main methods of brewing loose leaf teas. (Read more)

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Tea Brewing Tricks

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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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