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Chasing the White (Er, Yellow) Rabbit: How to get the Most out of the Huo Shan Huang Ya from High Teas

Chasing the White (Er, Yellow) Rabbit: How to get the Most out of the Huo Shan Huang Ya from High Teas

From my earliest days of learning the in's and out's of the tea world, I have longed for the opportunity to try yellow tea. Back when I was a supermarket-buying teabag drinker, I didn't even know that there were different types of green tea; I thought there was one type

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Introduction to the Teas of the World

Introduction to the Teas of the World

Tea production began in China as far back as 5000 years ago. Today, tea is produced in dozens of regions, with each region favouring teas of different styles. We have produced a brief guide to introduce you to the history and styles of some of the 

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Breakfast Teas

Breakfast Teas

Breakfast teas and particularly English Breakfast blends are considered to be the most popular type of tea in the UK, with consumption outranking that of Earl Grey. English Breakfast Tea is known for its bold flavour and its relatively high caffeine level. 

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How to Brew the Perfect Cup of Tea

How to Brew the Perfect Cup of Tea

For a start using good quality tea is essential, whether choosing loose leaf tea or a tea bag. Each has their merits, for speed and convenience it’s the tea bag, but for flavour and taste loose leaf tea is considered to be the best.

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5 Reasons to Buy Organic Tea

5 Reasons to Buy Organic Tea

For some organic tea taste better. Since no chemicals are used to grow organic tea you can easily taste the natural and delicious flavour of the tea. Because they're purer, organic tea tend to have higher concentrations of nutrients and antioxidants.

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Focus on Assam Tea

Focus on Assam Tea

Assam tea contributes to one seventh of the world’s total tea production, signifying its popularity across both India and the rest of the world. 

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Health Benefits of Green Tea

Health Benefits of Green Tea

 In the far east, Green tea has been used for centuries for treating many ailments from increasing brain function to digestive health. 

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The Wonder of White Tea

The Wonder of White Tea

White Tea is one of China's special treasures, made from the youngest and most tender hand-picked leaf tips and buds.

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Time for an Iced Tea?

Time for an Iced Tea?

To celebrate today’s gorgeous sunny day, with highs of up to 28 degrees (!), we thought it would be a great idea to make you aware of just how easy it is to brew some refreshing cold-brewed or iced tea!

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Herbal Infusions, Remedies and Fruit Tea

Herbal Infusions, Remedies and Fruit Tea

The term 'Tea' technically refers to the leaves of just one plant. All "pure" tea originates from the leaves of the Camellia Sinensis plant, native to Asia — depending on how the leaves are processed, many types of tea.

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Teas of the world: Masala Chai

Teas of the world: Masala Chai

Enjoyed by millions in India, masala chai, a spiced, sweetened black tea mixed with milk, is now popular around the world. Masala refers to the combination of spices, which often includes cardamom, cinnamon, ginger, cloves, pepper, fennel, and star anise.

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China Tea: The Yunnan Province

China Tea: The Yunnan Province

The Chinese Middle Empire is considered to be the home of tea and more specifically; Yunnan Province, being its birthplace.

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