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Hibiscus Tea

Hibiscus tea, Hibiscus sabdariffa or Roselle, is a versatile herbal tea made from the crimson colored calyces of the flower. When dried and infused, it glows with a deep red hue and has a tangy flavor similar to sour plums or juicy cranberries. Hot or iced hibiscus tea is consumed all over the world, with many cultures developing their own recipes over time, and has several supposed health benefits.

Sanxia Biluochun

Biluochun (碧螺春) is a style of unoxidized green tea made from the tea plant, Camellia Sinensis. Biluochun came from Jiansu, China and was adopted by green tea makers of Sanxia in Taiwan in the early 1900's. The prized batch are made with small and fuzzy young tea buds and its flavor is grassy, nutty and sweet.

Choose the Right Iced Tea Method for You

Everyone has a way of making iced tea at home. With so much information available with different tricks and tips, it is easy to get lost and overwhelmed. Let us simplify the process for you since making tea is as simple as combining tea, water, and time. We will look at each of these elements to help you determine which brewing methods are best for each occasion.

Taiwanese Tea

Every tea region has its own specialty. Taiwan is no exception. The cultural influences from China and Japan in addition to its natural resources give Taiwan an unique point of view in the teas they produce. Read about the top 10 major Taiwanese tea styles that are the most influential and iconic today.

Benefits of GABA Tea

GABA tea is a type of tea processed to be rich in gamma-aminobutyric acid, which can benefit those with stress, anxiety, insomnia, hypertension and other conditions. Drinking GABA tea can help promote overall health, and its fans claim the tea helps them achieve a calm state of being and a sense of clarity.

How to brew Loose Leaf Tea

Curious on how to brew loose leaf tea? It couldn't be more simple. These are some aspects to consider when brewing your tea. Mainly three factors affects the flavor and aroma - Water, Tea and Steeping Time.

How to make Shaken Tea

Hand shaken iced tea originated from Taiwan in the early 1980’s. It was made with freshly brewed black tea, a dash of syrup, shaken in a cocktail shaker with a good amount of ice. From the cocktail shaker pours a glass of deliciously refreshing and creamy iced tea with an almost Guinness-on-tap foam on top.

Chrysanthemum Tea

Chrysanthemum tea is when the blooms of chrysanthemum flowers from the C. morifolium and C. indicum species are brewed with water. Dried chrysanthemum flowers are placed in a teapot with boiling water and steeped for several minutes until the water turns a golden yellow color.

Gin and Tea: A Case Study

Gin and tea is a two-ingredient cocktail made from gin and tea. Try oolong tea-infused gin! It is delicious neat or on ice, even a tea martini? If you want a refreshing summer cocktail, you could also try tea-infused gin & tonic. 

How to store loose leaf tea

Storing loose leaf tea is easy, there are five main elements that impact the freshness of your tea, which are being exposure to oxygen, heat, light, moisture, and odors. In summary, just keep your tea in an airtight container, store it in a cool and dry location, away from the sun and strong odors.

What is Black Tea?

Largely enjoyed as ice-tea, tea bags or tea blends, black tea is made from completely oxidized tea leaves. Known for its bold flavor, it accounts for the majority of the tea sold in western culture and it comes from the plant Camellia Sinensis.

What is Baozhong Tea

Baozhong (包種茶), also referred to as Pouchong, is a lightly oxidized oolong tea, typically between 8%~18%, known for its vegetal and floral characteristics. The flowery notes are typically reminiscent of white lily flowers. Baozhong is considered a “green oolong” as it is grassy and oceanic, like green tea.
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