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The Classic Tea

Lu Yu and The Classic of Tea

Lu Yu, an author of ancient China, was the first to write a book about tea. Thanks to his work, tea became popular all throughout China and the world.Read more...

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Sweetest Thing: German Rock Sugar

Sweetest Thing: German Rock Sugar

It’s a conundrum: you want to sweeten your tea, but you want your tea to taste like tea. Enter German rock sugar, the crystallized sweetener that won’t mask the flavor of your tea. Read more...

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The Best Honey's for tea

Sweetest Thing: The Best Honeys for Tea

Looking for the best way to sweeten your tea? Whether you want complexity or simply mild sweetness, there’s a honey that’s sure to please. Read more...

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Learning (and Loving) Matcha

Learning (and Loving) Matcha

The process of making and drinking Matcha make it a truly unique green tea. And one of the most mysterious green teas, since you need someone to teach you how to properly make Matcha. So we’ve attempted to create a series of videos explaining how to make Matcha in multiple ways: Read more...

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Choosing a Teapot

Choosing a Teapot

One of the questions we're often asked is how to choose the correct teapot. There are a wide array of types of teapots as well as different styles and designs. How can you choose one you'll be happy with for years to come? Read more...

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Tetsubin: Making of Japanese Cast Iron Teapots

Tetsubin: Making of Japanese Cast Iron Teapots

Interested in seeing how a Japanese teapot is made? This is a series of pictures showing our Hobnail Cast Iron teapots being made in a Japanese teapot factory. For over 100 years, this factory has been producing cast iron teapots and they are known for their fine artistry and attention to detail. Read more...

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How to make Stronger tea

How to make Stronger tea...

If your answer is, "Let it steep longer," this post is for you.

Preparing tea in some cultures is an art form. But preparing bitter tea is an exercise in time. There is only one thing that a longer steep time adds to a cup of tea: bitterness. You should not ever, for any reason, oversteep your tea. It will not make the tea stronger, but could make it bitter (depending on the tea type). Read more...

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