Month: April 2012

Growing herbal tea from seed bombs: Part 2

In my post last month, I promised to teach you how to make “tea bombs,” which are a lot like seed bombs that grow into herbal tea plants instead of non-edible flowers. After much deliberation, I decided to use catnip…

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What the tea industry can learn from Apple

Tea, more than a mere beverage, has been a way of life – particularly in the Chinese culture – for thousands of years. It is also the second most-consumed drink in the world, after the insurmountable behemoth that is plain water…

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Price bubble in Dan Cong tea?

The Dan Cong market may now be experiencing an economic bubble like the Puerh tea bubble that burst in 2007 and damaged the Puerh tea industry. Two years ago, you could buy a very nice Dan Cong variety for $20 dollars/kilogram. In today’s market . . .

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Positive results with Bunn’s Trifecta

Upon opening our third store, we thought it would be fun to try a product that Bunn had previously been selling only to coffee shops and use it to make tea. Adagio Teas is currently the only tea shop to carry the Trifecta…

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