Tie Guan Yin Oolong!

Today we presented the famous Chinese Oolong, Tie Guan Yin, a bright and floral tea with a pleasantly sour flavor and puckering mouth feel that makes your mouth water! You’ll notice the magnolia fragrance linger in your mouth and nose hours after sipping! Check out our Slide presentation to learn more! Tie Guan Yin tea

Our Ceremonial and Everyday Matcha

Matcha is a powdered Green tea which today is most commonly found and produced in Japan. Powdered Green tea was first brought to Japan from China in the twelfth-century by Zen monks who were studying Chan Buddhism in China. The tea plants used to produce Matcha are shaded for three weeks, 21 days, before they…

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….

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…