tea classics

Researchers continue to predict the rise of tea consumption in the US. As more people drink tea will that mean they have a broader or deeper experience of tea? In order to more fully appreciate the hundreds of teas available, here are 10 that will serve as guiding lights and points of comparison. As there […]

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Tea Classics: Dragonwell

by Jason on April 25, 2013

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(Part I of X in a series on understanding classic teas) Other names: Longjing, Long Ching, Lung Ching, or other combinations of these spellings Origin: Hangzhou area of Zhejiang Province China. Key villages or areas include MeiJiaWu (梅家坞) and Shi Feng (狮峰). For more thorough research on production areas and cultivars used, I recommend these […]

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Tea Classics: Keemun

by Jason on September 14, 2009

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Part X of X in a series on classic teas you need to taste

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Tea Classics: Liu An Gua Pian

by Jason on September 7, 2009

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Part IX of X in a series on classic teas you need to taste

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Tea Classics: Assam 2nd Flush

by Jason on August 31, 2009

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Part VIII of X in a series on classic teas you need to taste

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Tea Classics: Sencha

by Jason on August 24, 2009

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Part VII of X in a series on classic teas you need to taste

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Part VI of X in a series on classic teas you need to taste

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