Where did wulong tea come from? Where is it going?
Newsletter Mar. 10, 2023 Are you wulong aficionado? An intrepid newbie? Someone who’s just looking for a decent cup of tea? This weekend’s feature is for you. We picked six wulong teas to represent the three historic origins of wulong tea in mainland China. These are teas with instant appeal, yet with histories dense enough… // MORE
By andrew, on March 10, 2023 in: Newsletters, Specialty Tea
Newsletter Mar. 3, 2023 Let’s get right to the point. We’re taking a close look at the fuzzy tea buds of Baihao Yinzhen (Silver Needle) white tea, Junshan Yinzhen yellow tea, and Bai Long Xu (White Dragon Whiskers) white Puer this weekend. A tea of all tips – still uncommon now and downright rare in… // MORE
By andrew, on March 3, 2023 in: Newsletters, Specialty Tea
Newsletter Feb. 24, 2023 This weekend, we’re bringing black tea back home to its origins in China’s eastern provinces, featuring our seven teas from there. That includes the new micro-lot of Osmanthus Qimen as well as some exquisite catalog staples: Zui Qun Fang (Drunken Peach), Tongmu Lapsang Souchong, Lapsang Souchong Strong Smoke, Anji Hong, Qimen… // MORE
By andrew, on February 24, 2023 in: Newsletters