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[2018.09.10]
The Easiest Way to Prepare Tea in Cold Water

In hot weather, it is quite nice to prepare tea in cold water. I would like to share the easy way to prepare tea in cold water.  Green tea, White Tea and Raw Pu-erh works very well It is not necessary to look for tea specially designed for cold water brewing. As long as the …

[2018.01.23]
Cooling speed of water differs depending on the volume of teapot

The smaller the size of teapot the faster the temperature it cools down Some people tends to use a small teapot to brew tea, and assumed that smaller teapot can hold the temperature. The fact is the smaller the teapot, the the faster the temperature drops. It is because of the ratio between the inner …

[2017.11.22]
Do you know that the taste of water varies everyday?

You might have noticed that the taste of tea is not the same every day. The taste and the flavor somehow differ on a daily basis. It is water that plays the major role. The taste of water changes everyday If we drink tea every day, we could notice that the taste and the flavor …

[2017.11.07]
New Release of 11 Years Vintage Tea Aged in Malaysia

We have just released 4 types of 11 years aged vintage oolong and black tea. These teas were kept at our own warehouse in Malaysia without oxygen. We bought these tea on the year we established our company. Thanks to the tropical weather in Malaysia, teas were matured pretty well, giving very distinctive flavor and …

[2016.09.13]
Can we continue brewing tea next day after it’s been kept for a night?

In brewing tea, sometimes we discontinue brewing after only one or two infusions. We often wonder whether we should continue brewing it. Sometimes we may think that the brewing style like gong-fu brewing style or traditional Chinese brewing style or even the type of teapot will determine the duration that the tealeaf can remained fresh …

[2016.01.15]
How long shall we brew tea on 2nd brewing?

I noticed that many people are not very certain about how long they should infuse tea for the 2nd brewing. Based on my observation, they tend to infuse 2nd brewing longer than the 1st brewing. Perhaps they thought it was necessary so as to extract the taste well. 2nd brewing must be kept short On …

[2015.11.22]
Why do we rinse tea leaf?

We often rinse tea leaf before we brew it. Do you really know the reason for it? Some people say it is because Chinese tea is often contaminated by pesticide and the rinsing is cleansing process to get rid of it. Of course it is not true. If pesticide is used, it is applied in …

[2015.02.24]
Why do you brew green tea at lower temperature?

Talking about brewing Japanese green tea, many people generally has accepted that it should be brewed at lower temperature as it was always emphasized in most of the internet media and books regarding tea topics, many resources explain that sencha has to be brewed at 70-80 degree C. Nevertheless, I personally prefer to use boiling …

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[2015.02.06]
The important point for selecting water filter

Water is the most important element in brewing a nice cup of tea. I usually collect water from the in-coming tap after removing chlorine. I would like to share some experiences about how to treat water before using it in brewing tea. Chlorine affects our health and tea flavour as well The tap water usually …

[2014.10.10]
The scale built the inside of kettle is essential for tea

Some of you may be irritated by the scale that is built up in the kettle on the inside. Are not you trying to remove them since it does not look fine? However, it is very important to keep the scale if you wish to enjoy a nice cup of tea. The scale inside the …

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New Release of 2 Types of Darjeeling 1st Flush
We have released two types of Darjeeling 1st Flush Tea. The reason why the Darjeeling 1st Flush is greenish In Darjeeling tea, the 1st flush refers to the first-plucked spring tea. Usually, the Darjeeling 1st Flush tea is greenish. From the outlook, it looks like a green tea. Many people misunderstand that it is green …
Gushu Dian Hong, The Rare Yunnan Black Tea made from Ancient Tea Tree
The characteristic of Gushu Dian Hong is its intense aftertaste, and this is far better than ordinary black tea. Dian Hong means Yunnan Black Tea Yunnan black tea is called “Dian Hong” in Chinese. “Dian” means Yunnan, and “Hong” means black tea. Gushu means Ancient Tree in Chinese. After all, Gu Shu Dian Hong means …

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