Rishi Tea

Who Deserves A World Tea Award? WTR Picks

by Jason Walker on April 17, 2014

in Voices of Tea

Like many other industries, those of us connected to tea business will gather to select the best and brightest of our peers. Now is the time to submit nominations. Nominate BEFORE 25 April 2014. https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/WorldTeaAwardsNominations   In Case You Need Some Help With Nominations: Best Tea Publication Art of Tea –  One of the best English […]

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Organic, Biodynamic, Composting for Tea

by Jason Walker on January 23, 2014

in Member Content, origin

Given a preference, nearly any tea drinker would rather have “pure” tea. Pure is clean. Pure give the sense of being closer to Nature – fewer steps away from Sun and Earth. We choose to drink pure tea not only because of what we want to be closer to, but what we want to be […]

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. Tea Bloggers’ Choice Awards Winners 2012 Unblended/Unflavored Black: Teavivre Yunnan Dian Hong Golden Tip Blended/Flavored Black: Harney & Sons Earl Grey Supreme Unblended/Unflavored Green: Den’s Tea Gyokuro Kin Blended/Flavored Green: Aiya Tea Matcha Infused Sencha Unblended/Unflavored Oolong: Teavivre Jin Xuan Milk Oolong Blended/Flavored Oolong: Naivetea Lychee Oolong Unblended/Unflavored White: Rishi-Silver Needle Premium Blended/Flavored White: […]

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Tasting Comparison: Bao Zhong

by Jason Walker on May 27, 2011

in wulong/oolong

. Comment: not a true comparison, as Rishi’s is a spring bao zhong and Sky’s an autumn harvest. . Compare teas with others on the Scoresheet. Walker Tea Review- a tea blog with tea reviews and tea tastings. Operated by Jason Walker. Samples provided by Rishi Tea and Sky Tea. Subscribe in a reader or […]

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Tasting Comparison: Keemuns

by Jason Walker on May 13, 2011

in black, Chinese

. Comment: note that this is not exactly an apple-to-apple comparison, but does touch on the importance of the grade of tea. . Compare teas with others on the Scoresheet. Walker Tea Review- a tea blog with tea reviews and tea tastings. Operated by Jason Walker. Sample provided by Rishi Tea and Culinary Teas. Subscribe […]

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Tea Review 320: Rishi’s Qing Xing Bao Zhong

by Jason Walker on February 8, 2011

in 85-89, wulong/oolong

. Comment: light astringency combines well with sweetness for a lovely aftertaste. . Origin: Nantou, Taiwan Harvest: mid-April Score: 89 Price (as of post): 50 g = $7 . Compare teas with others on the Scoresheet. Walker Tea Review- a tea blog with tea reviews and tea tastings. Operated by Jason Walker. Sample provided by […]

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Tea Review 318: Rishi’s Dong Ding

by Jason Walker on February 2, 2011

in 85-89, wulong/oolong

. Comment: an example of how a tea can go through the hands of different masters, one better at cultivating, one better at roasting. . Origin: Ali Shan and Nantou, Taiwan Harvest: mid-April 2010 Score: 89 Price (as of post): 50 g = $13 . Compare teas with others on the Scoresheet. Walker Tea Review- […]

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