All types of leaf teas are processed using the Camellia Sinenses tea plant and there are certain environmental factors that make a region suitable for growing tea trees or tea plants. Please note that the conditions described below are only valid for growing Camellia Sinenses. […]
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Today we received an email from a new customer ‘John’. The email contains many questions that other customers have when they need support on making a choice of teas from our online tea store. Here’s the email from John: I found your website after reviewing […]
Longjing tea and cheese? Always difficult and I don’t think there are many tea lovers in China who dare to try to pair them. When you go to a tea house in China they might serve some side dishes such as nuts or dried fruits, […]
Answer by Lisa Lin: The best timing is to drink it about 1 hour after a meal, because green tea can hurt iron absorption while your food is being digested in the first our after your meal. Besides timing after meals, you can drink green […]
The answer to this tea question is something that I have always been curious about: View Question on Quora