The End of The Tea Bag

The End of The Tea Bag

I found a cool video called “The Tea Bag”. After watching I the video I felt the title should be ‘The End of The Tea Bag’. As a loose tea lover I don’t mind, though I still respect tea bag drinkers 😉 Check it out 

An Artistic Video About A Daily Question: Tea or Coffee?

An Artistic Video About A Daily Question: Tea or Coffee?

At Teasenz, of course we always go for tea. Still this doesn’t me we don’t respect coffee drinkers and at the same time this doesn’t hold us back to share a video that is really cool to watch. Watch and enjoy 🙂 What do you 

What is the Best Cheese to go with a Cup of Longjing Tea?

What is the Best Cheese to go with a Cup of Longjing Tea?

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, 

This is How Tea Cups are Made in India

This is How Tea Cups are Made in India

I discovered this lovely video that will be very entertaining to watch. It’s a short film about tea cup makers in Kumartuli in Calcutta, India. The maker shot the video using a Canon 5D Mk II and GoPro Hero. Check it out! What I love 

Kombucha Tea

Kombucha Tea

Whether you’ve heard about it in your tea searches, have that friend who won’t stop talking about it or have seen it in your local grocery store – you’ve probably heard of Kombucha Tea. Kombucha tea is a drink made from fermented tea using a 

13 Things To Do With Your Leftover Green Tea Leaves

13 Things To Do With Your Leftover Green Tea Leaves

Green Tea is pretty great. It has tons of health benefits, clears you mind, and tastes great too. Of course, you drink it loose because that’s how you get a better taste profile, but in the end you have all of these tea leaves you 

The Tea Bag Was Invented Accidentally

The Tea Bag Was Invented Accidentally

Despite general assumptions that drinking tea from a tea bag would be more prominent in the UK, it was in America, that tea bags were first developed. It was around 1908 when Thomas Sullivan, a New York tea merchant, started to send samples of tea to 

The Ten Commandments of Breakfast Tea

The Ten Commandments of Breakfast Tea

Sometimes in the mornings you just need a good hearty cup of breakfast tea. It’s warm, delicious, and a great way to pick you up and start your day right. It’s clearer than coffee and makes you better than that can of diet coke. There 

Chinese Tea Processing and Classification

Chinese Tea Processing and Classification

The classification of Chinese Tea is determined by the variation of tea processing. In fact, any fresh picked loose tea leaves can produce whatever type of tea by undergoing the relative tea processing. However, specific tea species may be more appropriate for producing certain types 

The Perfect Pu Erh Tea Wrapping Paper from Yunnan – Thanks to Yimei & Yaoyao

The Perfect Pu Erh Tea Wrapping Paper from Yunnan – Thanks to Yimei & Yaoyao

A few months ago the Teasenz team decided to develop their own Pu Erh tea in the shape of a chocolate bar. Many things happened along the way, and a story that is worth sharing is that we met wonderful people that contributed to our