How Tea is Produced Category

Making Wu Yi Rock Oolong | Part III

Welcome to our tea and tea culture video podcast with Zhuping Hodge, tea master and owner of Seven Cups. Last year we launched three very successful tea tours to China. Many hours of video were taken and we want to share them with you. In the previous podcasts Zhuping toured the rock oolong tea factory. Now watch as she sits down with famous tea master Mr. Liu. Please note this is part 3 of 3 videos with the famous rock oolong master.


Production of Tea | WuYi Mountain Rock Oolong

Welcome to our tea and tea culture video podcast with Zhuping Hodge, tea master and owner of Seven Cups. Last year we launched three very successful tea tours to China. Many hours of video were taken and we want to share them with you. Follow Zhuping as she tours Mr. Liu’s rock oolong tea factory…


How Wu Yi Rock Oolong Gets Made

Production of Wu Yi Rock Oolong This video was taken during a visit to Rock Oolong tea gardens. During the first part of the video, Zhuping is speaking with a tea picker who describes to her how the tea is picked and how the bushes are distinguished. The second portion of the video is an… // MORE


Tea Makers with Keiko

Welcome to our weekly video podcast with Andrea Serrano and special guest Keiko Naito, manager of Seven Cups teahouse, discussing different tea makers. Today’s topic: Tea Makers Thank you all for your comments regarding our video podcasts. We would like to create future podcasts on topics you all are interested in, so please contact us… // MORE


Making Wuyishan Oolong

Andrea and Zhuping have put together this video podcast showing the tradition way for making Wuyishan Yin Cha (Wuyi Mountain Rock Tea). Oolongs, as well as black tea, originated from Wuyishan in Fujian. The mountains where the tea is grown are now within a national park and the scenes that you see are from within… // MORE