The story of Black Dragon Tea

The origins of oolong tea, a mixture between black or green tea depending on the oxidation levels that comes in many flavorful variations, like most other teas, is hidden in myth and legend. But even

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The Story of Earl Grey

Most of the flavors of tea that we know and love are named either after the region that it was made in or the ingredients that make up the flavor itself, but there is one

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The Story of Orange Pekoe

Despite what the name might suggest Orange Pekoe has nothing to do with tasting like the popular citrus fruit. Instead it refers to a classification method of black tea that is based on the quality

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The Story of Iced Tea

Although iced or chilled tea has been consumed to quench one’s thirst on a hot summer day in one way or another throughout history, the iced tea as we know it today is very much

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Tea Around The World: The Russian Samovar

Like many places in the world Russia was first introduced to tea in the 16th century, after Cossack Atamans ventured into China. In the centuries that followed trade deals were established that imported tea in ever

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The Art of Drinking Tea

There are all kinds of ways to drink tea, casually at home or work (as most people do), iced as a thirst-quencher on a hot summers day, or very dignified as high-tea just to name

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