Dragon Well tea is the most famous of Chinese green tea that is known for its wonderful taste and amazingly fine quality. It is also a tea with a long history with its production dating back 1,500 years ago. According Cha-Jing (the world’s first tea book written by Lu Yu), it was recorded as early… Continue reading Dragon Well Tea Legends Reveiled
Have you ever heard from your spouse that you’ve a bad breath? Or do you know someone that has this problem? It’s always gonna be hard for anyone to tell another that he/she has a bad breath. The fact is, that bad breath can seriously affect the intimacy between couples, and telling someone can sometimes… Continue reading Tea for Bad Breath
Starting any business is hard, and you can’t get away from this challenging even if you’re in the booming tea business. Are you in the process of starting your own tea business now, or are you facing difficulties with your current business? Don’t give up yet. Read these inspirational quotes, even if you’ve failed many… Continue reading 8 Inspiring Ideas for Your Tea Business or Startup
Arthritis is a common terms that describes joint pain. While it’s often understood as a disease it can be rather seen as a symptom resulting from different causes. For some people, arthritis could be caused by inflammation. In such a case, tea can be a easy and effective natural remedy. What is Inflammation? When visiting… Continue reading Tea & Arthritis
Have some summer fun by freezing beautiful herbs and flowers in ice cubes (a.k.a. T-Cubes)! Great to cool your drinks and add some additional flavor and aroma to it. Try it out ourself! We can highly recommend the following herbs: Pink Rose flowers Chinese Chrysanthemum tea Goji berries Jujube / Chinese date
Millions of people worldwide suffer from gluten intolerance. As tea is known to be second most consumed beverage, it’s good to know whether it fits in your gluten free diet. So does tea have gluten? Luckily all teas made from the Camellia Sinensis tea plant are gluten free. So the general answer is: No. If you’re… Continue reading Is Tea Gluten Free?
Yixing is a city of artisans responsible for producing China’s most valued teapot. “A teapot is like a woman,” Meng Hao says, proudly holding a teapot she made. It’s small and plump, hued a deep orange-red coloured. She brushes her finger on the handle’s curvature from bottom to top, taps the lid, and gently touches the spout.… Continue reading Yixing: The City of Pottery
What is Jiaogulan tea, and how can it benefit or hurt your health. Here are the facts.
Notes on blending Chrysanthemum flowers and Rosebuds with loose leaf tea.
A 30 year old pu erh cake is old? Guess what Chinese Academy of Sciences discovered that a tea has been found in the tombs of the Han Dynasty Emperor Jing Di who died in 141 BC. The leaves of this at least 2150 year old tea are identified to be the finest consisting of tea buds… Continue reading New Record: 2150 Years Old Tea Found In Tomb