Learn About Tea and Tea Culture — Tagged "Category_Tradition"

Kenyan Tea production

A Few Surprising Facts About African Teas

Did you know that Kenya is the third largest tea producer behind China and India? Have you heard of the South African... more

Ataya Senegalese Tea

What is Ataya Tea?

Ataya (sometimes spelled Attaya or Ataaya) is a staple of Senegalese tea culture. This bittersweet brew of Gunpowder ... more

Tea Tasting

Tea Tasting Toolkit: Everything You Need to Properly Taste Tea

Much like wine tasting, tea tasting is the process in which a trained taster determines the quality of a particular t... more

What are Tea Pets?

What are Tea Pets?

Appreciating tea is not only a process of preparing tea to extinguish thirst, it is also the pleasurable fulfillment ... more

What is Afternoon Tea vs. High Tea?

What is Afternoon Tea vs. High Tea?

Typically served in the more formal rooms of the house with the best cloths and finest china, Afternoon Tea is an oft... more

Brewing Tea: Is All Water Created Equal?

Brewing Tea: Is All Water Created Equal?

In 773, Lu Yu stumbled upon a spring underneath a 6-foot round rock and the water from the spring was extremely clear... more