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TEA JOURNAL

Delve into the wonderful world of Camellia sinensis and Immerse Yourself into the diversity of this botanical phenomenon called tea.

WHITE TEA

White teas have, as so many other teas, their origins in the Fujian province in China, but are somewhat mythical and hard to define. What are they really, how are they produced?
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GREEN TEA

Popular in China for over a thousand years and part of the Japanese tea ceremony, have become a mainstay at trendy Western cafés and restaurants as a delicacy and a healthy beverage.
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COLD BREW

Cold brewed tea is a great alternative for those of you who want to switch out the lemonade or sodas this summer.
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OOLONG TEA

You could say that oolong is something between green and black tea. Taking the best of both worlds. Read more about Oolong tea.
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FLAVOURED TEA

For as long as teas have been around, people have flavoured them with herbs, fruits, berries, flowers, and more. In the early days in China.
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THE PAIRING: THE & CHEESE

The trend of pairing tea with food in Scandinavia is relatively contemporary and new, whilst in Asia tea has been a staple beverage with food for hundreds of years.
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