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What is Rooibos Tea?

Rooibos is a tea from South Africa. Though not made from the Camellia Sinensis plant, rooibos still boasts a load of health benefits and also a delectable and savoury flavour that makes this tea an international success. Rooibos comes from a plant, the Aspalathus linearis which grows in South Africa's...

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Popular types of Oolong Tea

Oolong tea is synonymous with luxury in the tea world. The teas of Oolong came from the same plant as green and black tea, the camellia Sinensis but where they differ is how long they are oxidized or left out to absorb oxygen, after being picked and dried. The longer...

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What is Japanese Matcha?

What is Matcha? At its most basic, matcha is tea leaves that have been finely ground into a powder. While the general perception of matcha is of a spritely green powder, other variations and blends do exist. There is a matcha that includes ground shavings of gold leaf. There is...

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History, production and types of Japanese Green Tea

Japan is the next most famous country for green tea after China. Japan is known, and rightly so, for matcha, the Tea ceremony and tea culture in general. Despite not being one of the "birth nations" of tea, Japan has adopted a robust and sophisticated tea market, mainly focused on...

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History and Origin of Earl Grey Tea

To learn more about Earl Grey, the tea, it is essential to learn more about Earl Grey, the man. Elected to parliament at the age of 22, Grey had a long, full, and colourful life. He fathered 11 children was engaged in a love affair dramatized in the film called...

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History and Origin of Chinese Green Tea

There may be no other country on Earth that has as many different variations, styles, and types of green tea as China. With many famous varieties coming from Hubei, Anhui, Yunnan, and Fujian among others, Chinese green tea boasts all the same health benefits and calming effects on the mind...

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