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Snack Pairings for Tea

Tea Talk

Snack Pairings for Tea

Selecting the perfect tea to go with your meal is a fine art, and is quite comparable to finding the right wine to go with your cheese. However, with that said, it all comes down to personal preference.

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Best season of harvesting tea and Steps of Tea Processing

Tea Talk

Best season of harvesting tea and Steps of Tea Processing

The perfect timing of tea harvesting is really important as it can take only a few days to several weeks for tea buds to appear. When’s the best time to harvest tea leaves largely depends on the region where they are being grown. Some other important factors like season, weather fluctuations, climate changes, sunlight, humidity, and water supply also play a vital role. Here’s the best regional guide to seasons for tea harvesting around the globe. India, Nepal, and SirilankaIn these countries, the optimum harvest period last from March to November and can be broken up into following parts;⦁ First...

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The Art of Movement: The Japanese Tea Ceremony

Tea Culture

The Art of Movement: The Japanese Tea Ceremony

Understand the deep foundations of required focus and known movements inherent within the traditions of a Japanese tea ceremony. 

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The East India Trade Company

Tea History

The East India Trade Company

The East India Trade Company In 1600 The East India Trade Company was established.  Its primary purpose was to establish trade routes with India, because of their fine textiles and spices. The company dealt with a lot of politics between the crown and parliament, and over the course of their history they changed hands a few times. Regardless, they significantly impacted the development of not just India, but also Western Europe, China, and the United States. In the United States, the East India Trade Company played a significant part in history. Their ships, the Beaver, the Dartmouth, and the Eleanor...

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Samovar and Tea

Tea Culture

Samovar and Tea

Having a beautiful, ornate samovar to serve tea from is a symbol of status, and provides elegance to any social gathering.

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