Month: May 2012

In an effort to become more transparent …

I don’t blend all of my teas. There … I’ve said it! I haven’t been keeping it a secret. I swear. Anytime someone asks me via email or at a tea event, I am always upfront about the fact that I don’t create every blend…

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How to brew green tea at home

Chinese teas can be divided into six main categories. Among them, green tea has the longest history and ranks first in variety and consumption. Even though I’ve lived in the Wuyi Mountains for almost three years…

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Stories about my favorite oolong teas

I love oolong teas for their flavor, complex character, sweet aroma, and stories. Chinese folklore seems to have a story for every tea invented. I enjoy learning how royalty from China and abroad have discovered teas…

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Chocolate coconut tea: A good combination?

I recently had the pleasure of receiving a Teavana gift card in the mail from a dear friend. Dear friends who know you love tea are the best! I decided to start browsing online and pick out a few teas on their website that…

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Why the rising price of tea in China is not entirely bad news

If you have any interest in tea – and most probably you do or you wouldn’t be reading this – you likely have read about the escalating price of tea in China and the rest of the world. As a tea lover, you may be concerned that your favorite Dragon Well…

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