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Pu’er-Like Teas From Southeast Asia – Part 2

by John Bickel August 19, 2019

Continued from Pu’er-Like Teas From Southeast Asia – Part 1 Hatvala, in Vietnam:  one of my favorite vendors for selling an interesting range of different local teas at a good value.  Vietnamese sheng is something of an anomaly, but really the tea traditions in this region extend back to well … Continue reading →

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Pu’er-Like Teas From Southeast Asia

by John Bickel August 15, 2019

I tend to talk about teas version by version, or maybe source by source, or at most type by type.  A question came up in a tea group (in the Facebook Pu’er Tea Club) about trying versions equivalent to Yunnan pu’er from Southeast Asia (so not pu’er, since that’s a … Continue reading →

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A Standard of Transparency

by Elyse Petersen July 17, 2019

The tea market and the industry have made it clear that transparency is the way of the future – but what is transparency? I have been building a culture of transparency in the agriculture supply chain since 2010. At first I was a lone ranger; but now I see almost … Continue reading →

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