Today I got some amazing samples from a tea farmer in Yunnan. It’s a 2017 Xi Gui sheng pu erh tea. Checkout some pictures below of the wet leaves and tea colour. It brews a delicious flowery flavour.
A few shots of our adventures in Wuyishan. Curious about Wuyishan rock teas? Try this wuyi tea sampler!
A few pics made by the Teasenz crew when visiting our farmers in Yunnan during this Spring season.
Some nice images were shared by the China Daily newspaper recently to show how Chinese tea is made. We can write a lot about the complicated process about it, but that would be boring to read. Check the impressive pics below to get an idea of journey from the leaf that ends up in your cup. These tea pics are definitely worth a thousand words.
Here’s a close up, smile!
Air drying tea
Finished dry leaves
And Finally,…the green tea leaves end in a cup
3D printing has become more common these days. And it’s probably also within your imagination that teapot or any other kind of teaware can come out a 3D printing machine. But what is kinda weird or cool is that a teapot is printed out of tea itself!
Source: Utah Teaset by Emerging Objects
Due to the wide range of different tea types it can be sometimes confusing what the health benefits are. Find out about the health benefits of different teas and tisanes in the infographics below!
Most people drink tea the calm way but you can also drink it like this: