Tea Mag

Tea Mag: The Science of Calm

by Jason Walker on September 5, 2013

in Voices of Tea

You always knew how relaxing it felt to sit down with a cup of tea. But now you know more of the inner workings of how tea helps you calm down. Tea Magazine‘s September/October issue includes The Science of Calm, which tells us how theanine and other good chemicals can keep us healthier and mellower. […]

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Tea Mag: Cooling Hot Teas

by Jason Walker on August 22, 2013

in Voices of Tea

  It’s a sweltering +90 degrees Fahrenheit outside. The slightest movements make your skin leak. If horses sweat, and ladies perspire, you’re far beyond the equine end of the continuum. Time to grab an ice-cold glass of tea. Wrong. Hot tea can actually cool you better than cold tea. As this Tea Mag article explains, […]

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Tea Mag’s Coverage of Yellow Tea

by Jason Walker on March 6, 2013

in Chinese, review, Voices of Tea

There is much to discuss in the latest issue of Tea Mag: The published content does well explaining the basic concepts of how yellow tea differs from green tea. I wish they had talked about what to expect the tea tasting experience to encompass. It is true that reputable vendors with quality yellow tea are […]

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