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Oolong tea, a variety that’s halfway between green, or unfermented, and black, with fully fermented leaves, is the pride of Taiwan.
Our recent post on the Taipei Tea House Built from Reused Materials made us happy to remember a favorite spot closer to home.
I'm already regretting telling you about Té Company, a two-year-old Taiwanese tearoom in the West Village—and if you’re already familiar with it you’re probably cursing my name.
This humble café’s approach to crafting authentic Taiwanese teas has made it New York’s best teatime destination.
Té Company—Elena Liao’s serene, focused townhouse of Taiwanese teas in the heart of the West Village—isn’t just one of the best tea bars in New York, though it certainly is that.
Walk down West 10th Street in the West Village and you may miss it altogether. The shop’s only marker is a small, chubby teapot, opaque and mysterious, sitting in the window.
One of the first things Elena Liao of Té Company will show you at her tiny tearoom on West 10th Street is a yellowed map of Taiwan.
New Yorkers with a flair for creative culinary undertakings probably remember seeing hundreds of persimmons hanging from the ceiling of West Village tearoom Té Company
Té Company specializes in oolong tea sourced directly from Taiwanese farmers by co-owner Elena Liao at her matchbox West Village tea room.
Chefs confess their undying love (and ways to use) the acidic and spicy all-purpose condiment, yuzu kosho.
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