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Blog - Learn About The World Of Tea | Teas.com.au

Step aside, Chai Latte! Real Chai tea is here!

Step aside, Chai Latte! Real Chai tea is here!

Cinnamon, cardamom, ginger...all infused in a rich black tea brew. Imagine yourself walking into a warm home with the wonderful smell of Chai in a ...
Tea and Milk

Tea and Milk

Besides the hot debate between tea first or milk first, tea lovers around the world get pretty stirred up on what kind of milk to add into their da...
Are you spellbound by Chai and want more of it?

Are you spellbound by Chai and want more of it?

A good chai is a spell. It seizes your senses – the taste in your mouth, the warmth in your body, the spices in the powerful aroma…it is not just addictive, but demanding – […]

What is English Breakfast Tea

What is English Breakfast Tea

English Breakfast is certainly a popular choice of “breakfast cuppa”, but haven’t you found there are many grades and flavours of English Breakfast? Watch this video below to find out why and how to choose

 

Black Tea Introduction

Black Tea Introduction

Black tea is an awesome tea to start the day. It is full of flavour, and many like to brew it stronger and add milk or lemon to give your body and ...
XinJiang Milk Tea

XinJiang Milk Tea

If you visit Xinjiang, the hospitable hosts will show their welcome by offering you savory milk tea upon receiving you. Milk tea is such an essential drink that the local people would prefer having no […]

 

Tea for Chocoholics

Tea for Chocoholics

Beat your sugar craving with a chocolate tea? Chocolate tea does exist! If you are searching for a good dark chocolate tea with depth, here are some recommendations.
Assam Indian Black Tea

Assam Indian Black Tea

Black tea is a fully fermented tea which produces a dark brew with strong aroma and taste. It is the most widely consumed tea in the world, especia...
Chinese Black Tea

Chinese Black Tea

China produces most tea in the world. While Chinese black tea (Chinese red tea) is lesser known, there are some interesting tea, such as the super smoky Lapsang Souchong and the delicious Yunnan Red reminiscent of burnt caramel.

Darjeeling Indian Black Tea

Darjeeling Indian Black Tea

History of Darjeeling tea can be traced back to 1839. This medium strength Indian black tea has been known as the “Champagne of tea” for its mix of floral and slightly smoky astringent taste. Typically […]

 

5 Coffee-like Tea

5 Coffee-like Tea

Wanting tea AND coffee? This list of tea and herb may be your answer!  Firstly, we must (proudly) say that these recommendations will not give you ...
Look, there is no tea in my Chai

Look, there is no tea in my Chai

I used to think Chai Latte was awesome. Now I know real chai tea, and how addictive it is, there is no way I am going back to the timid spiced milk aka Chai Latte