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HOW TO MAKE MATCHA GREEN TEA

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HOW TO MAKE MATCHA GREEN TEA

Ihave always stated that my matcha journey is a long story. From someone who went from very much disliking matcha green tea to having it daily and enjoying every bit of it, I like to help others with the same. I have already shared some of the best matcha green tea brands I recommend as investing in great quality matcha is the first step to truly enjoying the beverage. The next step is to learn how to properly prepare matcha. This blog tutorial (video included, too!) will show you step-by-step how to make your ceremonial matcha traditionally. Usually I say there is...

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THE TRUE HISTORY OF TEA

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THE TRUE HISTORY OF TEA

The practice of drinking tea has a long history in China. Shennong (Chinese: 神农), whose name means the Divine Farmer -- and who is considered as the ancient Chinese Father of Agriculture, is honored with the discovery of tea. According to legend, one fall afternoon, Shennong decided to take a rest under a Camellia tree and boiled some water to drink. Dried leaves from the tree above floated down into the pot of boiling water and infused with the water, creating a pot of tea, marking the first ever infusion of the tea leaf. Intrigued by the delightful fragrance, Shennong...

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WHAT IS PUERH TEA?

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WHAT IS PUERH TEA?

Puerh is a large leafed tea from Yunnan province in China and has been famous as medicinal tea. The earliest records of Puerh Tang Dynasty tea date (618AD-906AD) when it was the nobleman's favorite tea of this time. Puerh tea over the centuries has been used as a form of currency in China and an important international trade item. Puerh tea derives its name from the market town of Pu-er, where it was originally processed and sold. It is said that the unique taste of Puerh Tea was developed because it took weeks to transport the tea leaves by the...

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