Author: Charles Kellogg

Whisking matcha

Once you’ve got all your implements together, successfully whisking a perfect portion of matcha is relatively straightforward. Before I continue, let me state that I’m Urasenke, so if you’ve studied Omotesenke...

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A new perspective

I just returned from Japan with a new perspective. A couple of posts back, I called for all you tea lovers out there to make your voices heard when it comes to your desire for quality tea at quality establishments. Now I’m...

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A new perspective

I just returned from Japan with a new perspective. A couple of posts back, I called for all you tea lovers out there to make your voices heard when it comes to your desire for quality tea at quality establishments. Now I’m...

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Shincha vs. Sencha

Shincha translates literally as “new tea.”  It is the first harvest of the year in Japan and is a highly prized representation of spring.  Sencha translates as “brewing tea” and, for most of the...

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