Using the right amount of puerh tea is important to brew the perfect cup. This article discusses how much puerh tea you need when brewing western-style or when following the Chinese Tea Ceremony.
I tasted a 2018 Lao Ban Zhang Old Trees brick from Puerh.uk and it was a delicious tea. It looked like Champagne and tasted fruity. Definitely a nice tea!
Puerh storage is a complicated topic but it’s important that you know what you’re doing if you want to store puerh tea to enjoy or sell in a couple of years. This article offers a detailed overview of how to store puerh tea.
Reusing tea leaves seems a good idea at first, but is this actually the case? Is it a good idea to reuse puerh tea? Can you even reuse tea leaves the next day? This article offers a complete answer.
Black tea, red tea, puerh tea, and dark tea are often used to talk about tea. However, not everyone knows what they refer to. This article offers a complete overview of the difference between black tea and puerh tea.
Puerh tea is getting more popular and some people even try cold brewing it. It is actually safe? This article discusses what cold brewing puerh tea is, how to do it and if it’s safe to do.
Water is a complicated when it comes to tea and water temperature can have a big effect on how the tea turns out. This article answers the question if you actually need boiling water to make tea.
Throwing away used tea leaves is a bad idea because there are several other things you can do instead. This article lists 9 things to do with used tea leaves.
A tea kettle is an important piece of equipment for making tea. This article explains how to use it and how to take care of your precious tea kettle.
Learn how gyokuro is made – gyokuro growing, gyokuro picking, gyokuro processing and gyokuro preparation.
Learn about the different types of sencha – how sencha growing, sencha steaming and sencha blending affects taste.
The Wild Fengqing Red Tea from Ho Yum Tea is a real fruit bomb. Malt in combination with wild berries, lychee and elderflower.
The 2011 Bada Gushu Sheng is a gentle and pleasant tea. It’s bittersweet with hints of red fruits and a tiny bit of incense towards the finish.
Not everyone knows how and why to break a puerh tea brick. This article offers a full explanation of how to break a puerh tea brick.