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Black tea is by far the most popular tea type in the West, especially the English where the word ‘tea’ has evolved beyond a beverage to an activity, a ritual even. Afternoon tea has become a fixture in English households … Continue reading
Commonly Chinese tea is classified into six types namely white, yellow, Pu-er, green, black and oolong. There are other types of tea related beverages that do not originate from the camellia sinensis plant are generally classified as herbal tea or … Continue reading
In case you tried to access this site yesterday, it was ‘suspended’ as the bots of wordpress thought my previous post about blogs was a shameless and ill-disguised effort to generate web-traffic. Had me worried for a while, especially when … Continue reading
After I started my venture into Chinese Tea, not a day goes by without some variation of ‘Chinese Tea’ appearing on my search engine, be it utensils, culture, history, benefits, types of and so on. With each click, I am … Continue reading
There is a famous Chinese saying：‘工欲善其事，必先利其器’which means, if you yearn to excel at the job, you must prepare the right tools. Indeed, this saying is true in many ways, including brewing of Chinese tea. It is a common misperception that … Continue reading
It wasn’t love at first sight if truth be told. But then again, I didn’t really know anything then. My interaction with Chinese tea was mostly in Chinese restaurants where I was told that if I drank that brown liquid, … Continue reading
The experience of Chinese Tea is more than merely consuming the liquid, as gratifying as that may be. There are so many facets to this wonderful experience that it often becomes intimidating, especially to the first-timer. If you have been … Continue reading