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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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Cha Qi

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Cha Qi

Cha Qi is… well, there’s not really a definition for what it is. But one thing's for sure — if you’ve experienced it, you’ll know it. And you won’t forget it. (Read more)

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Tea Traditions Around the World! Part 2

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Tea Traditions Around the World! Part 2

No matter where in the world you go to, tea has spread far and wide. In the past few centuries, tea traditions have become so intertwined with local culture that sometimes refusing a cup of tea from a friend or stranger is considered the biggest insult you can inflict on both the person and the culture...  (Read more)

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Tea Traditions Around the World! Part 1

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Tea Traditions Around the World! Part 1

We have already discussed Chinese tea tradition and Japanese tea tradition, but how about the rest of the world?

 

Granted, most tea we find in other countries all over the world once did come from China through the Silk Road, and then slowly developed to have their own tradition and drinking practices in other countries. (Read more)

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Quality of Water. Quality of Tea

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Quality of Water. Quality of Tea

It's pretty obvious how important water is to the process of brewing tea. After all, the only three absolutely necessary components are a container of some sorts, water, and the tea leaves. But water is usually disregarded as being less diverse than it really is, therefore discredited as a monotonous staple. Taking a closer look at what denotes water quality will hopefully increase every tea drinker's consideration of its importance to the flavor and texture of a cup of tea. (Read more)

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