Getting the temperature just right

Getting the temperature just right

The temperature of your water will have a noticeable effect on the flavor of your tea. In general, back teas, pu-erh teas and more oxidized oolongs will take higher temperatures....
Tim Warmolts
Japanese Tea, from Tradition to Innovation

Japanese Tea, from Tradition to Innovation

Japan has such a rich tea culture, equally characterized by tradition and innovation. It is the home to the Way of Tea, and its tea production processes are unique. Here...
Tim Warmolts
The Timeless Journey of Chinese Tea

The Timeless Journey of Chinese Tea

The history of tea begins in China, going back thousands of years, with an exceptionally rich tea culture to match. Tea has been the drink of Chinese nobles and everyday...
Tim Warmolts
India's Vibrant World of Tea

India's Vibrant World of Tea

India has an incredibly rich tea culture. As a whole, Indians drinks more tea than any other nation, and India is the second greatest tea exporter after China. Indian teas...
Tim Warmolts
Getting the measurements right

Getting the measurements right

There are four simple things that can vary when you steep your tea: the amount of tea, the amount of water, the temperature of the water, and the length of...
Tim Warmolts
Steeping tips

Steeping tips

Much of the beauty of tea is there in the steeping process. There is something really magical about seeing these delicate, dried and curled leaves become vibrant and young again....
Tim Warmolts