BLACK TEA BASICS: EVERYTHING YOU DIDN’T KNOW

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Moonlight White Tea

Check out this special tea that is picked and dried by Moonlight¬†ūüĆô¬†ūüĆö¬†ūüĆ̬†ūüĆô¬†and is processed in between the processesing of white tea and puerh tea with flavors of bright sour peach, woody notes, and the fizzy astringency of a cooked puerh¬†ūüôā¬†follow the link above to watch the full video!¬†#tea¬†#teatime¬†#looseleaftea¬†#whitetea¬†#puerh Play -0:53 Additional Visual Settings Enter Watch…

Black Dragon Pearl Tea Spotlight

With a sweet raisin infusion and notes of cocoa our Black Dragon Pearls is the sweetest tea that we carry. This is the taste of true tea and a great choice if you‚Äôre searching for a tea with little bitterness and that stays strong through multiple infusions. Our site: teasnewjersey.com Follow us on: Insta: https://bit.ly/2OoGRtv…

Green Tea Basics: What is it?

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. Check out my full video on the basics of the 6 tea types: https://bit.ly/2NvDf3W My in depth look at Japanese…

Tie Guan Yin Oolong!

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

Watermelon Green Tea!

Add this one to your recipe books! Explore the pairing of watermelon and Chinese style green tea in our video explanation! Be sure to Like, Comment, and Subscribe for YouTube video updates, and follow us on WordPress!

How to Brew Silver Needle White Tea and Cold Brew!!

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! LIKE & SUBSCRIBE ūüėÄ Origin: China, Fujian Province This tea is known as one of China‚Äôs top ten superior teas, which is also one…

Loose Leaf VS Tea Bag

The method of consumption of tea has changed many times throughout history. When tea leaves were first starting to be infused with water in China, the leaves were packed into cakes with a multitude of other things like ginger to add different flavor and add to the numerous health benefits that tea has all alone….

White Tea

Brief: White tea is produced when fresh tea buds and leaves are allowed to wither for long periods of times after being carefully picked.¬†¬†The tea buds and leaves are allowed to wither for days before they are dried, or until they dry on their own.¬†¬†This prolonged state of withering allows the fresh buds and leaves…

Puerh Tea

Puerh is a fermented tea.¬† There is a little confusion about what fermented tea actually is due to misunderstandings in tea producing nations and in the West.¬† Some tea places call all dark tea fermented tea simply because the leaves look as though they have gone through fermentation.¬† However, we know that¬†Black tea¬†leaves are not…

What’s Oolong?

Oolong Brief: Oolong tea is a semi-oxidized tea.¬†¬†It is often considered to be somewhere in between¬†Green¬†and¬†Black tea, with both light and dark notes.¬†¬†Different types of Oolongs vary in the level of oxidation that they receive.¬†¬†Traditional styled Oolongs tend to be more oxidized than modern style Oolongs.¬†¬†The modern style of oxidizing Oolongs is focused on preserving…

Do You KNOW Black Tea!?

Black Tea Brief History: What we call Black Tea in the West was first referred to as Red Tea in China.¬† Black Tea is also often mistakenly referred to as ‚Äúfully oxidized‚ÄĚ tea.¬† However, Black Tea is not one-hundred percent oxidized but around ninety percent oxidized. (Tea Oxidation Guide) Picking and Processing: Black Tea is…