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.
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In the recent years, the tea industry has transformed from a boring tea bag business into an innovative marketplace. Many new products and tea businesses appearing every single day, focused on the health conscious customer who is curious about Eastern tea cultures. Stay up to date with new tea trends as well as yearly harvest updates in this category!
This week, Teasenz has launched a new tea maker. Discover the features below and don’t forget to watch the video.
A few pics made by the Teasenz crew when visiting our farmers in Yunnan during this Spring season.
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