The Story Of White Peony tea

While Silver Needle (Baihao Yinzhen) might be the most prestigious and expensive of all the white teas, a close second is Bai Mu Dan, better known as White Peony. This high-grade white tea, named after the Peony flower, has a stronger and fuller flavor alongside earthy and nutty notes, rivaling the taste of Silver

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Tea from the Himalaya’s: The Story of Kangra Tea

India is famous for its excellent tea producing regions, where the likes of Assam, Darjeeling and Nilgiri tea, are grown for tea enjoyers all over the world. However, there is another region, equally exquisite in its quality of tea, whose legacy was shrouded by a natural disaster from which it was never able to

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The Story of Sideritis: Greek Mountain Tea

Ancient Greece is known for many things, most prominently it is seen as the “cradle of Western civilization”, a society that set the foundation for philosophy, politics, science, and art for the Western world. A lesser-known fact about ancient Greece, however, is that drinking tea, Greek mountain tea in particular, was not only

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The Story Of Gaoshan: Taiwanese High-Mountain Tea

Taiwan has a rich history when it comes to growing high quality oolong teas, and some of their finest and most prestigious teas are cultivated high up in the mountains of central Taiwan. Known as Gaoshan tea, an umbrella term for tea varieties grown at an altitude of at least 1,000 meters, these semi-oxidized

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