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JalamTeas Tea Review (a good one) of our Nannuo Shan Puerh

Our Jalamteas’ Nannuo Shan unfermented Puerh from one of the areas I hand source, finds a fan and gets a great review from witty tea blog “Steep Stories”. With our latest JalamTeas’ Nannuo Shan we touch upon a neutral and … Continue reading

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South Tea Sips 4: The Extra Leaf

Bent over, with the smell of freshly fried tea literally steaming into me I am struck that the wafts emanating upwards seem a combination of sweet corn and spinach. Not that it matters really, but I do spend an inordinate … Continue reading

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Jingmai Pu’erh – The Mild Giant

When one is able to link a cup of tea – its leaves, strengths, and characteristics – to its origins, it creates a link that is irreplaceable. When one can link a tea to ‘its people’ that is one of … Continue reading

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A Tea for Departures – Lau Banzhang

Embarking for the south of Yunnan on the tea sourcing mission tomorrow, it seems a perfect time to indulge in a little ‘tea’ farewell from home here in Shangrila. Above, on the wooden slats of my Tibetan home’s roof, ice … Continue reading

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Six Sips in Beijing – A look back

As a sort of look back – and forward, from a tea perspective. I thought I’d include one link every few days to tea blogs that I’ve been doing for Templar Foods since late 2010. First blog was “Six Sips … Continue reading

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Global Tea Ambassador

In keeping with a ‘love of the green’ I have entered into an agreement with Templar Foods to be their ‘Global Tea  Ambassador’ which gives me an even greater excuse to dig into the world of tea. Stories, videos and … Continue reading

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