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Earl Grey VS English Breakfast Tea: Knowing The Difference

Earl Grey VS English Breakfast Tea: Knowing The Difference

by TopicTea Team 7 min read

A cup of tea is one of the best ways to light up the day. The drink will keep you motivated throughout the day and help you with staying fit, glowing and healthy. However, to most homeowners, English Breakfast tea is the first thing that rings in their mind. Not many people know about the Earl Tea Drink. 
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Does Matcha Go Bad? Signs That Your Matcha Has Overstayed

Does Matcha Go Bad? Signs That Your Matcha Has Overstayed

by TopicTea Team 7 min read

Matcha is the heart of adept tea drinkers across different divides. The tea comes handy with a wealth of beneficial supplements such as amino acids, vitamins, tannin and caffeine.  However, not so many people can tell a good Matcha from a bad one. And, you may be wondering whether the product goes bad or not. Today we are going to answer some basic questions that revolve around Matcha’s shelf life, storage and how to use a stale Matcha. 

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Hokkaido Milk Tea: Discover The Famous Japanese Creamy Milk Tea

Hokkaido Milk Tea: Discover The Famous Japanese Creamy Milk Tea

by TopicTea Team 6 min read

Everyone can change something that looks ordinary into a special thing. Tea making is among the things people do regularly but they rarely think about it. It is the time you start adding style to your tea and prove to your friends and relatives that you can prepare something different and possibly better. Apart from Iced tea, Hong Kong tea, Assam tea and Chai, you can also make Hokkaido Milk Tea. Hokkaido milk tea is among the most popular tea among the Japanese and they specifically make it from Hokkaido milk, which is rich and offers a creamy taste. 

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A List of Essential Teaware You Need to Brew Loose Leaf Tea

A List of Essential Teaware You Need to Brew Loose Leaf Tea

by TopicTea Team 8 min read

Whether you will enjoy your tea brew or not primarily depend on the effort, time and skills invested in its preparation. To attain quality and flavourful tea, you need to integrate different types of tools. In this ultimate guide, we have curated a list of essential teaware that you need to brew loose tea.
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Myths, Stories and Legends of Tea

Myths, Stories and Legends of Tea

by TopicTea Team 4 min read

Tea is among the popular drinks people from all parts of the world enjoy each day. Statistics show that the Americans drink around 80 billion cups of tea each year while the Canadians consume around 10 billion cups each year. The love for tea did not start a few decades ago. People have been consuming it since the Chinese discovered it nearly 5,000 years ago. A Chinese Emperor Shen-Nun, known to be a divine healer, discovered the tea when he blew it accidentally into boiling water. That was in 2737 BC. However, tea took another 100 years to reach the other parts of the world. Dutch traders were the first to introduce it to the western countries in the early 1600s, where it became one of the staples of trade.

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Is Cold Green Tea As Effective As Hot Green Tea?

Is Cold Green Tea As Effective As Hot Green Tea?

by TopicTea Team 3 min read

Green tea is a healthy beverage with great taste. Some people like it hot, while others like it cold or iced. But is it healthy to drink cold green tea? Can you drink cold green tea?

 

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Da Hong Pao Tea: Everything You Need to Know

Da Hong Pao Tea: Everything You Need to Know

by TopicTea Team 7 min read

Da Hong Pao Tea is famous among Chinese oolong teas due to its royal reputation and long history. It originates from the Wu Yi Mountains found in the province of Fujian, where the highest quality tea is grown in China. The landscape of the mountain offers unique geographical and climatic conditions for this special tea with unique characteristics.
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Why the Chinese tap Two Fingers with Every Pour of Tea

Why the Chinese tap Two Fingers with Every Pour of Tea

by TopicTea Team 3 min read

Ever heard of the ‘finger-tapping salute’? If not, try visiting your local Chinese restaurant and discreetly observe the other patrons as tea is served around you. 

China is a State known for etiquette, and simple gestures and phrases hold deep meaning. Usually, there are exciting tales behind these gestures; and here’s the tale of how the two fingers came to be:

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Why Do People Slurp Tea? Is It Rude? How to Slurp a Tea?

Why Do People Slurp Tea? Is It Rude? How to Slurp a Tea?

by TopicTea Team 6 min read

In Japan, China and other parts of the world, tea drinking is one of the crucial moments in life. However, to get the best taste out of the herbal drink, there are a set of guidelines that someone needs to follow to the latter. Tea slurping is one of the practices that have attracted a lot of concern among tea enthusiasts across different divides. 
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British Tea Etiquette: The Dos and Don't

British Tea Etiquette: The Dos and Don't

by TopicTea Team 6 min read

For many years, tea has been a symbol of British culture. It has been one of the obsessions since people received it from China in the 1600s. It has a long history covering everything from trade and travel to etiquette and classes. When it comes to culture, the British tea culture is in two groups – for those who start by pouring the tea and those who start with milk. Statistics show that the British consume around 165 million cups of tea each day. That is around 60.2 billion cups of tea each year.

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