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Is Tea From Japan Radioactive? The Fukushima Nuclear Disaster and Its Effect on Japanese Teas

31st October 2012
Directly after the nuclear disaster in Fukushima, the Japanese government assured us that the agricultural industry had not been affected in a negative way. As the months passed and one product after another coming from an ever increasing radius around th... Read >
Author: Daniel McBane

Wake Up With a Cup of Tea

25th July 2012
Buddha Tears Tea Jasmine Dragon pearl (also known as "Buddha Tears") is a green tea with few peers. It is quite a tedious process to make Buddha Tears Tea. The very essence of Buddha Tears Tea is the fragrance of Jasmine. A whole lot of the young tea l... Read >
Author: Andrew

How Jasmine Dragon Pearls are made

04th July 2012
On my blog I mentioned witnessing how our Jasmine Dragon Pearls were made. I had the pleasure of seeing it all in action during a trip to Fujian in China in August of last year. It really is amazing how much effort goes in to making these little balls of ... Read >
Author: lulin

Information On How To Grade White Tea

23rd February 2010
White tea has become a very popular drink in recent years. Though it's been grown at least as far back as the Tang Dynasty (618-907 A.D.), it is a new beverage to most people in the Western world. Later, during the Song Dynasty (960-1279) the emperor ... Read >
Author: Hosea Charles
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