Gyokuro: the Finest Tea of Japan

Japan is most know for their green teas, Matcha and Sencha in particular, but perhaps no tea is more prized in the land of the rising sun than the delicate and slightly sweet Gyokuro, or

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The Etymology of Tea

It is believed that the leaves of the tea plant (Camellia sinensis in Latin) were first used to make a beverage in China around 2700 BC. Over time the practice found its way to all

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How is tea produced in Nepal?

Nepal is one of the tea producing countries in the world and is known for its broad range of quality teas. We spoke with Rijan Ojha, who works for Agriterra in Nepal. He is responsible

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