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  • Qing Ming Festival and Tea

      April 4th marks the Qing Ming Festival, a holiday of remembrance and celebration dating back centuries. So what exactly is the “Qing Ming” Festival? Often referred to as Tomb Sweeping, the festival is when families set aside time to…
  • World Tea Expo 2

    Saturday kicked off with my presentation "Holding a Successful Tea Tasting" which was well attended, 102 people and the second highest attendance this year. We spent 1 1/2 hours talking about the power and particulars of successful tastings. All in…
  • World Tea Expo

    World Tea Expo was awesome once once again this year! Thanks to the Jage's, Kim & George, for providing specialty tea with a platform to meet, share, learn and sell tea. I started the expo with New Business Boot Camp, teaching alongside some of…
  • The Chinese New Year

    To learn more about what really goes on in China, then and now, I decided to talk with Amy Zhang who runs our Nanjing office. Amy was kind enough to share with me her personal memories and experiences about the New Year and her candid…
  • Raspberry Rose Petal Tea Cocktails

    We weathered the delays caused by the recent snow storm in Atlanta and made our way to the Teas Etc showroom for the January Gift Show at AmericasMart. Not sure what to expect we have been pleasantly surprised to see good traffic and many of the…
  • Oriental Beauty Oolong in TaoYuan

    There are three areas in Taiwan where Oriental Beauty is grown and harvested.  MiaoLi, HsinChu and TaoYuan.  Today I'm in TaoYuan visiting Tea Master Lin. This meeting clearly illustrates the importance of "visiting and knowing…
  • Bao Zhong Oolong Tea and Wen-Shan Tea District

    Rain, rain and more rain accompanies my travel in the mountainous area around Pin Lin in Wen-Shan where we source our Baozhong oolong tea - which we are out of.  As my hosts and I wander up the mountain road, we come across Mr Cheng…
  • Oriental Beauty Oolong Tea

    My travels yesterday took me to Miao Li and Hsin Chu County where Oriental Beauty oolong teas are grown and produced. First stop was a delightful restaurant in Hsin Chu. The restaurant was part of a tea…
  • Taiwan, Tea and Travel

    I love travel, especially the alertness of the senses upon landing at a new destination - which in my case happens to be Taiwan. The high humidity (think Florida, so no big deal for me), the smell of spices and food from small shops, the lovely…
  • Bohea Black Tea, Part of Americana

    There's a story behind every tea... Bohea Black Tea made a big splash in American history when it was symbolically tossed overboard at the Boston Tea Party. 342 chests of tea were thrown into the harbor by revolutionaries, including Paul…
  • World Tea Expo

    The 2010 World Tea Expo was super exciting! I love expo for a number of reasons. Obviously there is the business benefits. Expo also provides an opportunity to connect with so many awesome tea people. It's a chance to see firsthand new…
  • Cold Infusion Methods to Eliminate Bitterness

    In response to Tiffany's experience with cold brewing I have two methods to try that I have found will resolve the problem of bitter tea. The first is the most environmentally, and economically, friendly just reuse leaves that you have already…
  • My Discovery of Cold Infusion

    Steeping hot tea is great. Various methods and styles peaked my interest and I am constantly curious of just how far I can push the leaf. Recently while traveling in Taiwan I discovered cold brewing. Since then I have been passionately exploring…
  • Life is Full of Change

    Change is inevitable. Change can be positive. It is time for change with the Teas Etc blog! I understand that to operate a blog that is useful and interesting at minimum you must post regularly. No matter how hard I have tried I am just unable, due…
  • December, the Holidays and Looking to the Year Ahead

    Once again we have survived the holidays. Grateful to have been busy the month of December was a blur. I must admit that I look forward to a time when it is, personally, less hectic. Having already mastered the ability to avoid the holiday…
  • Fall Into Oolong Teas

    Cupping the underrated, overlooked or possibly misunderstood, fall harvests has been particularly tasty this year. While I am always partial to oolongs I have to say that I have found this season's selections to be really good. Frequently…
  • Tea Happenings

    There has been so much happening at Teas Etc in the past few months, sometimes I forget to stop and smell the tea. Its important, at least for me, to remember to pause, breathe and get back in touch with the journey. That's what this is about,…
  • World Tea East

    World Tea East was held in Boston this week located with Natural Products Expo East. World Tea Expo held tea classes on Wednesday and Thursday to quench the thirst of East Coast tea professionals. Sessions were held on a variety of topics like…
  • Anxi Iron Buddha Tea Ceremony

    Day 3 at the fair has tea ceremonies throughout the day. We start our day with front row seats to the Anxi Iron Buddha Ceremony, a Ti Kuan Yin tea is brewed in a traditional ceremony. It's a beautiful, artful ceremony. I have some pictures below…
  • Day 2 Pictures

    A First, Being Interviewed by a Chinese News Broadcast Amy is translating my interview. I wonder if it will be my mouth moving and Amy's voice speaking Mandarin? :) Enjoying Tea with our Organic White Tea Supplier Old World Traditional Costume…

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