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Earl Grey no. 69 I sat down recently with TRT store manager and co-owner, Ryan Hinson, to talk about the love of Earl Grey teas, ..read more
Tea Blog – Tin Roof Teas by Tin Roof Teas - 4M ago

Jin Jun Mei black tea, also known as “Golden Eyebrows”, originated from the Tongmu village.  Located 1500 meters above sea level, ..read more
Tea Blog – Tin Roof Teas by Tin Roof Teas - 4M ago

Mugwort (Artemisia vulgaris) can be found in Europe, Africa and parts of Asia.  The herb enjoys nitrogen-rich, loamy soils, that are ..read more
Tea Blog – Tin Roof Teas by Tin Roof Teas - 5M ago

What is Benefuki?  Whenever I think of tea and Japan, the first style of tea that comes to mind is green.  But did you know that Japan ..read more

So, what is 3 Seed Tea?  3 Seed tea is an equal combination of Coriander, Cumin, and Fennel Seeds.  It is a traditional Ayurvedic ..read more

What are the health benefits of Ashwagandha Root? Ashwagandha is an evergreen shrub that can be found in the nightshade family and is ..read more

What is Yellow Tea? Yellow Tea or Huo Shan Huang Ya is one of the rarest of the six classes of tea, and is only produced in China, in the ..read more
What are the health benefits of skullcap? Skullcap (Mad Dog), is a slender plant with many branches resembling two to four feet in height ..read more
White Chrysanthemum Iced Tea. Why? Mostly present in East Asia, chrysanthemum tea is quite popular in Chinese culture, especially when ..read more
Tea Blog – Tin Roof Teas by Tin Roof Teas - 9M ago

What is Shincha?  Shincha or “new tea”, is one of the most prized green teas in Japan.  It’s also one of the most expensive.  The ..read more

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