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Tea drinker with a sweet tooth but a cheese plate is my cup of tea, too.
All tea is made from Camellia sinensis and its varieties (var. sinensis, var. assamica). One of the main differences among tea types-- ..read more
Thinking about the tea scene in New York reminds me of Frank Sinatra’s “New York, New York” song. Every type of tea is represented ..read more
Image: Camellia sinensis flower by Reji Jacob I am not a trained botanist but I am very interested in botany. I spend a lot of time ..read more
Teas classified as "first flush" are those made from the buds and leaves plucked at the beginning of spring. The stress of winter weather ..read more
Notes on Tea by Georgia - 10M ago
While all black teas are made from the fully oxidized leaves of the Camellia sinensis plant, all black teas are not the same. There are ..read more
Pickers on an organic tea plantation in Sri Lanka, photo by Dennis KellerThis post was sparked by a few events. One, April is Earth Month ..read more
Notes on Tea by Notes On Tea - 1y ago
Simplify your approach to the gong fu tea ceremony. Go with my streamlined flow and you'll be serving gong fu cha in under 10 steps.The ..read more
This review series brings you the books that have influenced some of my favorite tea book authors. Alexis Siemons is today's guest. Alexis ..read more
I am having so much fun writing about tea preparation! So far I've shared a post about brewing shou puerh in a gaiwan and steeping ..read more
The key to drinking shou puerh is to acquire good shou puerh. I do not recommend purchasing your shou puerh from a grocery store. My first ..read more

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