Tea Travels: Tea Ceremony and Ritual Part 1

Tea Travels: Tea Ceremony and Ritual Part 1

During the most recent winter holidays, Team Tèaura and family travelled to Japan and China. Here is part 1 of our story...

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Guide: How To Brew Each Type of Japanese Green Tea

Guide: How To Brew Each Type of Japanese Green Tea

Our guide on how to brew the perfect green tea each time, for each type of Japanese green tea.

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How to Get into Green Teas

How to Get into Green Teas

Green tea is not just the bitter "dust" you can find in teabags in supermarkets - there's so much more to this little leaf. Here we take a look into how broad this category is and how a newcomer can get to know this area of the tea world.

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How to Make the Best Cold Brew Tea

How to Make the Best Cold Brew Tea

Our guide to making the best cold brew tea for the most refreshing summer and which teas are best suited to cold brewing.

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Matcha: a nutrient dense

Matcha: a nutrient dense "Superfood"

Matcha tea is one of the latest superfood trends and the green tea powder can either be drunk as tea or used as an ingredient in recipes from smoothies to cheesecakes. 

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Organic Tie Guan Yin Oolong Tea

The Starter's Guide to Oolong Tea

In the second of our articles explaining the different varieties of tea that are available and explaining how each gets itself distinct aroma and taste, we will be taking a look at oolong tea.

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Close up of Pu-erh Menghai 2009

The Starter's Guide to Pu-erh Tea

In the latest of series of different tea varieties, we will be exploring a fermented variety, pu-erh tea. Grown exclusively in the country of Pu-erh in the Yunnan province of China, Pu-erh is a partly oxidised tea which undergoes an additional, natural fermentation process to give the tea its smooth flavour and distinct dark colour.

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Green tea in classic china cup

The Starter's Guide to Green Tea

In this first of a series about the different types of tea, we will be taking an in depth look at green teas: how they are produced, which teas belong to this group of teas and some of the benefits of drinking this particular type of tea.

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Which is better: Loose leaf or tea bag?

Which is better: Loose leaf or tea bag?

On first glance, tea bags might seem to be a lot more convenient, but the truth is that preparing loose tea takes the same amount of time to prepare. 

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