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The East India Company: Golden Tips of Ceylon White Tea No 58

Golden tips tea is a rare tea (only 8kg picked every year!) grown at altitude of 4000 metres near Adams peak in Sri Lanka. They get their name from the reddish variety of the tea plant and also because golden scissors are used to pick the buds in the morning before they unfurl in the heat of the sun.

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Millennial tea trends

Like fashion, food and wine, tea is also submissive to by consumers driven trends. Although certain traditional popular tea styles such as the milky black Hong Kong tea, Chinese and […]

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Yauatcha: High Mountain Oolong

My nickname for this oolong tea is “brain tea” because of the leafs appearance – they form a small shrunk bunches shaped like a human brain. As the Chinese often […]

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