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Tea is the Life of the Party

by Elyse Petersen October 30, 2019

The past eight years of my life have been a continuous tea party. I didn’t pursue this life because I loved tea, I pursued this life because I want to see more happiness, quality, and empowerment in the world. The first tea party I attended was in Tohoku, Japan in … Continue reading →

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Where Are All The Tea Shops In America?

by Guest Contributor August 26, 2019

Freelance contribution by: Lucy Wyndham There are 159 million Americans that drink tea on a regular basis, in comparison to 150 million people that drink coffee. All over the country, on every other street corner, there are branches of Starbucks, Costa, Caribou, Dunkin and Biggby – but where are all the tea … Continue reading →

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Pu’er-Like Teas From Southeast Asia – Part 3

by John Bickel August 21, 2019

Continued from Pu’er-Like Teas From Southeast Asia – Part 2 Kokang, Myanmar “pu’er”:  I just met this producer at a Bangkok expo, and reviewed the sheng and shu.  It’s quite good.  The first two blog posts that turn up from searching that location are about a version a tea expert contact passed … Continue reading →

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