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  • Xito Organic, Fair Trade Green Tea Garden

    On the road again, after saying good bye to Mr. Fong we were off again on our way to visit Wuyan Village, an ancient village north of Huangshan. The drive was delightful, Mr Shaw our driver even offered us tea on the ride and the scenery was once…
  • Unbelievable Day in Huangshan

    Our first day in the Huangshan area was remarkable. They call this area the Green Tea Golden Triangle because of the quality of the teas produced here. Many of the organic green teas exported out of China come from this area. We spent the day with…
  • Lungjing, The Home of Dragon Well Green Tea

    Everyday is full of new things to see and experience. Today we visited the West Lake area and Dragon Well Village the home of the famous Longjing, or Dragon Well, green tea. May 1st - 7th is one of the biggest holidays in China, Labor Day or Golden…
  • A day full of tea and fun in Hangzhou

    What a day, we left Shanghai and set off for Hangzhou and arrived in the city about 3 hours later. The trip over was uneventful with nothing much to see, although we were surprised by all the new construction and not many people.Once in Hangzhou…
  • Arrived in China

    We have arrived in China, Barbara and I. The flight was great, Japan Air was the longest leg of the trip and we both thought we might stay on the plane. The food, service and accomadations were all excellent, including the Sencha green tea!We are…
  • Earl Grey and Muscle Cramps

    I have recently had some questions about Earl Grey tea and muscle cramps so I decided to share what I know. Earl Grey whether it is black or green tea or herbal is made by adding Bergamot Oil to the tea leaves. Bergamot oil is a citrus oil and…
  • Green Market Ending

    I cant believe the Green market is already coming to an end! What happened to the time? The final market in West Palm Beach is this coming Saturday, April 22nd. I don't think I will be there but the booth will be set up and Nathan will be there to…
  • Delicious New Teas Arriving

    I wanted to share the amazing teas that we have been cupping in the past 2 weeks coming in from China, Taiwan and India. Greens, Whites and Oolongs are arriving almost daily, what fun. The new spring Darjeeling Whyte is awesome and should be at our…
  • Vegetarian Rice Salad w/ Green Tea Dressing

    This is the salad that we served at the last workshop that everyone loved and asked for the recipe - Vegetarian Wild Rice Salad w/ Green Tea Keep in mind that when I cook I reference a recipe but don't follow it exactly, hence the green tea in this…
  • Tea Decaffeination Article Published in The India Daily

    I was shocked to see the article I wrote on the tea decaffeinating process appear in the India Daily! Yes India, the internet makes our planet a lot smaller that's for sure. To check out the article click this link…
  • Another Fun Tea Workshop

    Last Tuesday was another great tea workshop! The attendees were enthusiastic about learning more on the topic of tea and many have been long time tea drinkers. It is always fun for me to exchange information with a good group of tea people,…
  • A lot of hype about Wu long (oolong) tea

    Well it's about time that I started using my blog! I have so many ideas and opinions on the happenings in the tea world I am not sure why it's taken me this long. The real motivator is all the questions I have received over the last few days…
  • Silver Needle Teas

    For me, this time of year is filled with anticipation of the fabulous spring teas. While the weather always dictates the precise timing of the harvest; Chinese Yinzhen or Silver Needle teas are going to be first out of the garden. White tea has a…
  • Oolong Teas, One of my favorite types...

    After receiving two excellent oolong teas from Taiwan, I thought it was a good time to share some insight on the history, production, benefits and wide ranging tastes of this frequently overlooked category of tea. Oolongs, some of the finest teas…
  • Chinese New Year

    January 29th is the beginning of the Chinese New Year. The New Year always begins on the second new moon after the winter solstice and continues until the moon is full, about 15 days. This is the year 4704, the Year of the Dog. Legend has it that…
  • Continuing the Journey

    My name is Beth Johnston, the owner of Teas Etc, I have been in the business for nearly 8 years, and I work directly with many of the gardens in China, India, Japan, and other countries to import high quality teas. Whether you are just beginning…

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