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Beyond Victoria's Sourcing Trips
Dedicated entirely to authentic and high-quality tea, Victoria travels far and wide on annual tea sourcing trips to China’s historical tea mountains and regions. In this post, Victoria eagerly shares her sourcing philosophy and discoveries in a personal interview with a fellow tea enthusiast.
Breaking off Pu'erh Cake Leaves
Learn how to properly break off leaves from a pu'erh tea cake and how to wrap up a cake.►
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Off the Beaten Path - A Paradise Tea from the Sunshine-Scattered Jungle
Tong Qing River Pue-erh tea is named after the Tong Qing river, as it is from an unknown forest off the beaten path, far away from...
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“Zisha”, as regards purple clay teapots, emerge as the name uniquely designated for Yixing Teapots? Well, as early as the Song dynasty more than 1000 years ago...