Oct 15th 17 9:01 pm
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Made a simple guide to help friends that are new to tea

by TeaCultureWorldwide » Oct 15th 17 9:01 pm

If you find it useful I also wrote a more in-depth guide about the process here.

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Oct 17th 17 6:40 pm
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Re: Made a simple guide to help friends that are new to tea

by Yatra Tea Co » Oct 17th 17 6:40 pm

TeaCultureWorldwide wrote: If you find it useful I also wrote a more in-depth guide about the process here.


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Pretty cool. I think I saw you post this on Reddit too! Useful info.

Oct 18th 17 1:35 pm
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Re: Made a simple guide to help friends that are new to tea

by TeaCultureWorldwide » Oct 18th 17 1:35 pm

Yatra Tea Co wrote: Pretty cool. I think I saw you post this on Reddit too! Useful info.
Thanks Yatra! I did indeed post this to the tea subreddit as well. Great community here and there.

Oct 18th 17 5:27 pm
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Re: Made a simple guide to help friends that are new to tea

by TeaSoul Shop » Oct 18th 17 5:27 pm

HOW TO CHOOSE THE BEST TEA?

Teas come in many types and it’s not always easy for everyone to choose the best tea, but typically the best tea is made with whole leaves (as opposed to broken leaves). Whether you buy tea in loose leaf, brick, or balled form is mostly dependent on the variety of tea you are drinking. It is more common for Pu’er and other fermented teas to come in brick form, while green tea is normally in loose leaf form. Go on to read https://www.teasoul.net/what-are-the-best-quality-teas/