Category Archives: Green and White Tea

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Little Yellow Teapot Spouts Off: Kenyan Tea a Tastebud Pleaser!

Your fave little teapot here to tell you about some great tastebud pleasing teas from a part of the world where tea growing is a bit new (relative to India, China, etc.). That country: Kenya. Continue reading Little Yellow Teapot Spouts Off: Kenyan Tea a Tastebud Pleaser!

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Tea Sellers with a Theme

Lots of you humans out there are enjoying tea more and more. And so more and more of you are getting into the business side and selling tea. This little teapot applauds you. And the creative way in which some of you approach this most serious endeavor has not escaped my attention. Time to bring them to your attention, dear tea loving readers. TOOOT! Continue reading Tea Sellers with a Theme

Reviewing Our Reviews of Boston Tea Co. Teas

We had the honor, my humans and I, a few years back to try a number of teas from the Boston Tea Company and thought that a review was in order. TOOOT! Continue reading Reviewing Our Reviews of Boston Tea Co. Teas

Explore the Teas of Australia with Our Guide!

You know that a lot of tea comes from China, and a bunch come from India. Japanese teas are becoming better known (see Our Guide to Japanese Tea), as are teas from Taiwan and Africa (see 13 Tea-growing Countries in Africa). Don’t forget Brazil in South America (see Tea in South America and an Argentinean Group Tours Tea in India). And then, there’s Australia! Yes, the land of kangaroos and koala bears also is the land of tea. Continue reading Explore the Teas of Australia with Our Guide!

The Guide to Green and Yellow Teas of China Is Here!

Guide to Green & Yellow Teas of China is here!

Green and yellow teas are very similar, so we grouped them into one guide. The variety is somewhat overwhelming, so we focused on the main ones as well as a few special fairly rare ones. Yellow teas all seem to be rare, so we included them all. Happy reading, humans. TOOOT!

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See also: Why Many Tea Drinkers Hate Green Tea (but shouldn’t)

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Recipe for Tea Eggs Benedict by Janet Sanchez

A favorite dish at many restaurants serving breakfast and brunch is Eggs Benedict. Delightful, rich, and satisfying, yet thought by many to be too much of a challenge to prepare at home. Take heart! This recipe is easy. And it includes tea! Continue reading Recipe for Tea Eggs Benedict by Janet Sanchez

Flavors Compared: Chinese Green Tea vs. from Japanese Green Tea

When it comes to green tea, the two big contenders are China and Japan. And the flavor profiles couldn’t be more different. Or are they? Your fave little teapot and my humans dive into a few ways that they are. Your impressions are also welcome. Continue reading Flavors Compared: Chinese Green Tea vs. from Japanese Green Tea

Trying Some Japanese Teas with Keiko Suzuki

We saw this posted on the Facebook page of Keiko Suzuki, a dear lady who is starting her exploration into tea, and wanted to share it here as well as on our Facebook group.

The photo:

Her remarks:

I joined the workshop to study new sencha tea cultivars, “Shizukaori” and “Kirari31”.
I learned the background of cultivar, hybrid parent and more.
I review teas of the workshop.
From right, Yabukita, Saemidori, Kirari31 and Okuhikari.
Yabukita is the standard cultivar of Japanese sencha tea.
Saemidori is the cultivar parent of Kirari.
Okuhikari is the cultivar parent of Shizukaori.
I learned these characters

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