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…

What is Tea? The Basics and 6 Tea Types!

Welcome to Teas New Jersey! In this introduction into the world of tea I discuss what true tea is and go through the different tea types, what they are, their production, and what you should look for when purchasing tea. If you enjoy this introduction please Like, Subscribe, and make your way over to teasnewjersey.com…

Loose Leaf VS Tea Bag

The method of consumption of tea has changed many times throughout history. When tea leaves were first starting to be infused with water in China, the leaves were packed into cakes with a multitude of other things like ginger to add different flavor and add to the numerous health benefits that tea has all alone….

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…

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…