When you want to sit back and watch the world go by there’s no better way to do it than with your favorite Tea by your side. To ensure everyone can enjoy the wonderful world of tea we’re constantly searching for the very best Tea Sets, Teapots, Teacups and other Tea Brewing Tools and Tea Accessories to share with you.
When you combine it with a passion for perfecting the art of brewing, you have a recipe for success unlike any other. That way when you feel like treating yourself, TopicTea is the place to be.Lear More
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Tea is tea. Unless, of course, you’re someone who takes your tea preferences very seriously. If you want to guarantee that you are going about your search for a Yixing teapot the right way, allow this beautiful purple clay teapot to show you the way in perfect classic style.
It’s a beautifully shaped and hand-crafted purple clay teapot that is going to offer you both decor, practicality, and something a little different. Just enough to show you that you can play around with classic style and still enjoy something that is going to speak to you as a decor lover.
This beautiful Yixing teapot holds between 301-400 ml at a time and will be a must-have for your tea socials and other special events with your loved ones. The right teapot really can make the difference you’re looking for, so make sure that you choose the right one for the job.
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When you want to be able to brew the most flavorsome tea of your life you need the right tea brewing accessories for the job. At TopicTea we never stop searching for those touches of authenticity that will make your homemade tea taste better than ever. Thanks to our signature infusion teapot you can extract every ounce of flavor from your favorite blend to create a tea you will want to taste over and over again.
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You may have wondered why. Why do many Asians (and grandmothers) take hot tea on a hot day? Does the extra heat cool them down? If yes, how so?
To answer this question sufficiently, it’s best to look at how the body works. Science supports hot tea being an excellent remedy in both hot and cold seasons, mainly because of how the body reacts to external and internal stimuli. With that said, here are several pointers to further explain this phenomenon:
Tea comes in six distinct colorations: green, brown, black, yellow, white and oolong. However, between the major colors, are the subcategories. Your domestically prepared black brew can come out light dark or bright red or even yellowish dark for some brands.
Many varieties of tea plants come from the same bush, Camellia Sinensis. However, depending on the method employed during the crafting process, the ensuing brews may vary widely based on their colors. The primary cause of this difference lies in two factors - fermentation and oxidation.