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An illustrated Modern Reader of The Classic of Tea

An illustrated modern reader of The Classic of Tea

An illustrated modern reader of The Classic of Tea - by Wu Juenong and translated by Tony Blishen The classic of Tea was written in the eighth c...
Zisha Teapot and Easy Caring Tips

Zisha Teapot and Easy Caring Tips

Zisha teapots are known for its strength. Zisha teapots are often used for brewing oolong and pu-erh. Tea purist would have a different zisha pot f...
Yum Cha Insider Guide

Yum Cha Insider Guide

I don’t remember my first experience of tea at home, but I remember it along with my childhood favourite dim-sum, barbeque pork buns. Yum Cha is a ...
3 Unusual Tea Balls You Must Try

3 Unusual Tea Balls You Must Try

I am a little bit of a romantic at times. I love walking into a specialist shop – to absorb the ambience of “nice things” and “culture”. The specia...
Just like onions, oolong has layers

Just like onions, oolong has layers

If you are ready to venture into the deeper levels of tea, I suggest trying wulong (oolong) tea.  Nothing wrong with black tea or green tea, or he...
Chinese Flower Tea

Chinese Flower Tea

Flowers are more than meet the eyes, or the nose! In fact, some flowers are very drinkable. Flower tea almost seem to possess some sort of magical power. It is fragrant, and soothing. In this video, […]

 

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 […]

 

Aged Puerh Cakes

Aged Puerh Cakes

Imagine drinking fresh tea – the beautiful tea aroma slowly releasing its steamy power… it’s almost mesmerizing… BUT, in the case of Pu-erh cake, I beg to differ. Yes, I exclaim, I LOVE IT OLD! A good […]

 

Chry-san-the-mum

Chry-san-the-mum

Who came up with this crazy name for a Chinese flower? If you eat out often, spend too much time in front of all kind of electronic boxes, starting drinking Chrysanthemum, it will become your life-long friend. ?

Celebrate Chinese New Year with Tea

Celebrate Chinese New Year with Tea

Tea is essential to Chinese new year celebration. In every corner of the world where there are Chinese, you find tea.  In China and other places th...
Green Tea Continues to Get the Thumbs-up

Green Tea Continues to Get the Thumbs-up

Throughout the day, beverages can add a substantial chunk of calories to the American diet. Drinks high in calories, fat or sugar can contribute to obesity, tooth decay and a variety of other health problems. […]

 

Monday Yumcha in Hong Kong by Teas.com.au

Weekday Yumcha enjoyed simply

Today is Sunday and here in Sydney, Australia we like to sometimes go to yum-cha for brunch. For those of you unfamiliar with yum-cha, it is basica...