Welcome to Four Elements Tea Co.

Welcome to the Teas New Jersey Rebrand: Four Elements Tea Co. We are very excited to be offering special deals this week in order to usher in our new and exciting brand. This week enjoy 10% off every order, Code: TRUETEA. A free half ounce of our Jasmine Pearls or Black Dragon Pearls (Let us…

We Are Rebranding March 10th!!

Follow our Social Media Profiles for updates! Our Web Address URL will be permanently changed on March 10th!! On March 10th Teas New Jersey will be changing over to a brand new brand.  We have listened to our passions for inspiration and are super excited to share our new tea brand with all of our…

Royal Honey Oolong

Our Royal Honey Oolong is a Taiwanese oolong that is honey sweet and uniquely crafted. As the tea leaves grow, green leafhoppers are allowed to bite the tea leaves which causes the leaves to begin their healing process. This healing process produces sweet honey like flavors in the finished tea with no astringency (bitterness). The…

THE EFFECTS OF JIAN ZHAN TEAWARE: CHINA’S ORIGINAL TEAWARE

Jian Zhan teaware is China’s original teaware. In this video I explain the history and test the effects that the Jian Zhan tea cup has on the flavor and body of tea. For this I use a Taiwanese Ali Shan High Mountain Oolong with which I go through a taste sampling. The tea cup and…

SAMPLING RIPE PUERH: GLASS VS YIXING CLAY TEA POT

Sampling Ripe Puerh in a test between Yixing Clay and Glass in order to identify the effects that Yixing Clay has on the flavor and viscosity of tea. This video features a sample tea from Yan Hou Tea. Visit Our Store: http://teasnewjersey.com/ Follow us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/teasnewjersey/

Our Shop:

Welcome to our new shop! We look forward to sharing the taste of our teas with you and nurturing your knowledge of all things Sinensis. Click These to Follow Our Socials: Facebook Instagram  YouTube      

Our Tree to Tea Mission:

Our Tree to Tea Mission: Here at Four Elements Tea Company we are dedicated to sourcing  and sharing handcrafted teas manipulated by Tea Masters for diverse flavors and superb quality.  This means that our teas are pure and untainted by artificial flavors, aromas, and sweeteners.  Our strict guidelines provide you with the true and wonderful tastes…

How to Brew Loose Leaf Tea

If you have trouble brewing loose leaf tea, this video is for you!! Here I offer the best loose leaf tea brewing utensils which I have stocked on Teasnewjersey.com to get you loose leaf tea brewing like a pro!     Follow us on: Instagram: https://bit.ly/2OoGRtv Facebook: https://bit.ly/2CHRX6X Twitter: https://bit.ly/2IZEuaU

Our Imperial White Peony!

Origin: China, Fuding Province. Flavor: Delicate Sweetness, Bright Starfruit, Cream, Slight, Pleasant Astringency This tea is a luxury grade harvest is from the first flush of last year’s Spring from Fuding Province China, a region in famous for growing Pai Mu Tan, Silver Needle White, and Bai Lin Hong Cha.   White Peony is a classic…

Ever Heard of a Gong Fu Brew?

Gong Fu Brew The Gong Fu style of tea brewing has been the most popular style of tea leaf brewing in China since the Ming Dynasty.  This style of leaf brewing became popular after the practice of whisking powdered tea, like matcha, became lost in China.  (However, the practice of whisking powdered tea was preserved…

White Tea

Brief: White tea is produced when fresh tea buds and leaves are allowed to wither for long periods of times after being carefully picked.  The tea buds and leaves are allowed to wither for days before they are dried, or until they dry on their own.  This prolonged state of withering allows the fresh buds and leaves…

Puerh Tea

Puerh is a fermented tea.  There is a little confusion about what fermented tea actually is due to misunderstandings in tea producing nations and in the West.  Some tea places call all dark tea fermented tea simply because the leaves look as though they have gone through fermentation.  However, we know that Black tea leaves are not…

What’s Oolong?

Oolong Brief: Oolong tea is a semi-oxidized tea.  It is often considered to be somewhere in between Green and Black tea, with both light and dark notes.  Different types of Oolongs vary in the level of oxidation that they receive.  Traditional styled Oolongs tend to be more oxidized than modern style Oolongs.  The modern style of oxidizing Oolongs is focused on preserving…

Do You KNOW Black Tea!?

Black Tea Brief History: What we call Black Tea in the West was first referred to as Red Tea in China.  Black Tea is also often mistakenly referred to as “fully oxidized” tea.  However, Black Tea is not one-hundred percent oxidized but around ninety percent oxidized. (Tea Oxidation Guide) Picking and Processing: Black Tea is…

Japanese Green Teas

Japanese Green Teas Brief: Japan is known for its steaming method of fixing Green tea leaves.  Therefore, most of Japan’s Green teas are steam fixed in order to stop the oxidation of the leaves after picking.  The steaming of the leaves  is for rather short periods of time.  There are a few different methods of steaming, but none of them usually…

Tea!?

With the increasing popularity of the beverage worldwide there has recently been a lot of confusion around the word ‘tea.’  Today, large and small corporations alike try to muddle the word ‘tea’ by labeling a variety of steeped beverages under the word.  However, tea in the original sense comes from the Camellia Sinensis.  The Camellia Sinensis…