With her passionate blog about tea, Tea For Me Please, Nicole Wilson from the United States won the Word Tea Award for Best Tea Blog in 2018. Her mission? “To help others learn more about tea in an approachable way. This is important because loose leaf tea is still new to many people.” Who are
As an island Taiwan has natural borders, which makes it easier to protect from viruses like COVID-19. Our guest writer Cortilia Lin from TeaTalk Academy Taiwan has written a new blog about the impact of COVID-19 on the tea industry in Taiwan. “During the first half of the year, the
Last month we welcomed Chen Xueying from China, owner of Wuyi-rock tea factory, as a guest writer at Stories About Tea. How is she coping with Covid 19 / Corona? “In September, China’s autumn is here. Everyone starts to drink rock tea and black tea. Our family has entered the
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 an American style of drinking tea. Americans drink significantly more iced tea than its hot
The potential healing properties of tea has again become a hot-button topic in recent years. Considering this increasingly complex world of ours, rife with personal and social upheaval, and now a global pandemic to contend with, the effects of tea on our levels of stress and anxiety seems like a
With covid 19 still ruling the world. it is good to see nog every country is affected in the worst possible way. Bente from Tanzanian Kilimanjaro Specialty Tea says ‘Covid has been relatively mild in Tanzania.’ How are you coping with covid 19 in Tanzania?Covid has been mild on us!
Tea consultant Parveez Arshad Hussain from India raises the alarm bells when it comes to the tea industry in India. “The production figures are dismal, the only plus has been the high prices, but definitely not for all teas though.” How are you coping with covid-19 in India?As you must