Gyokuro is one of our favorite teas! Gyokuro has a rich umami flavor and buttery mouthfeel with lasting clean grassy aftertaste that induces mouthwatering salivation. Here I give you the basics on Gyokuro production and the beneficial qualities this tea has to offer, while spilling tips on brewing and notes on its aroma and flavor.
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If you have trouble brewing loose leaf tea, this video is for you!! Here I offer the best loose leaf tea brewing utensils which I have stocked on Teasnewjersey.com to get you loose leaf tea brewing like a pro!
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In this in depth lesson on Japanese Green Tea I cover the processing, flavors, liquor colors, and production of the different Japanese green tea types, Sencha, Kabusecha, Gyokuro, Tencha, Matcha, Bancha, and Kukicha with examples from Teas New Jersey.
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Welcome back! Here I talk about green tea. I answer what it is, where it is produced, how it is produced, how it looks, how it tastes, and show examples of different popular green teas.
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Welcome to Teas New Jersey! In this introduction into the world of tea I discuss what true tea is and go through the different tea types, what they are, their production, and what you should look for when purchasing tea. If you enjoy this introduction please Like, Subscribe, and make your way over to teasnewjersey.com to browse our selection of tea and tea ware! Also, follow us on our socials: YouTube Facebook Instagram Twitter
White Silver Needle / Green Fukamushi Sencha / Jasmine Green / Tie Guan Yin Oolong / Keemun Black / Golden Eyebrow / Raw Puerh / Ripe Puerh
Today we presented the famous Chinese Oolong, Tie Guan Yin, a bright and floral tea with a pleasantly sour flavor and puckering mouth feel that makes your mouth water! You’ll notice the magnolia fragrance linger in your mouth and nose hours after sipping! Check out our Slide presentation to learn more!
Tie Guan Yin tea
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Explore the pairing of watermelon and Chinese style green tea in our video explanation!
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Welcome to Teas New Jersey! In this video we are brewing our Silver Needle White tea using our cup brewer and other tea tools with Jante from the Just Jante channel!
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Origin: China, Fujian Province
This tea is known as one of China’s top ten superior teas, which is also one of China’s most beloved and appreciated treasures. This tea was picked in the April harvest, when the leaves and buds were young and in their picking prime. This luxury silver needle is delicate and was given serious care throughout both its picking and processing, in order not to bruise the buds. This Silver Needle has a naturally sweet taste similar to dried apricots, and a slight smoky, woodsy fragrance that complements its light body.
Bai Hao Yin Zhen Silver Needle is renowned for its wide range of health benefits! The stresses of daily life and a poor diet can bring about early signs of aging, but white tea may reduce fine lines and wrinkles – keeping your skin young and healthy looking! It is also rich in antioxidants, which can help to neutralize the effects of harmful free radicals.
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Silver Needle White Tea!!
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Enjoy the introduction to Teas New Jersey’s Green Jasmine Dragon Pearls and small introduction into the Gong Fu style of tea brewing! Don’t forget to Like, Subscribe, and check out our teas and tea ware!
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