December 11, 2014

How To › Tea Technique ›

How to Make Oolong

Oolong Tea has a complex flavor that unfolds with each infusion. You can make three or four infusions. First, rinse the leaves with hot kettle water to open them up and release the fragrance.

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How to Brew Genmaicha Extra Green

A blend of Matcha and Genmaicha has been popular for decades in Japan as everyday tea. But there are a variety of quality. Our  exceptional blend uses a tea ceremony grade of Matcha and  quality Genmaicha with well-roasted brown rice, called Genmai.  Obviously, ours has very aromatic, flavorful and bright green cup comparing with other Genmaicha with  Matcha. Genmaicha is a flavorful blend of  Green Bancha (second flush of Sencha harvested between 

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September 11, 2014

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How to Clean Tea Cups

All tea lovers know that with time cups become stained with tea residues. Removing stains is easier than you think. All you need is water, a sponge, and baking soda.

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How to Make Matcha Energizing Drink

Matcha tea is a powerhouse of antioxidants—137 times more antioxidants than plain green tea—and more than found in ginger, blueberry, spinach, and broccoli. Matcha also contains L-theanine, an amino acid, and helps enhance mood, focus, and alertness and also calms the nerves, preserves youth, brightens the skin, and stimulates weight loss. This century-old health elixir increases academic performance, concentration, immunity, energy and vivacity.

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How to Make Your Own Tea Bags

If you love a special high-quality loose tea we offer at Culinary Teas, how can you make your own tea bags for your mobile lifestyle?  Simply put your tea in your own tea bags!  We have two options:

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July 16, 2014

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How to Make White Tea

The most delicate Chinese teas are White teas. The tea leaves are  oxidized only about 5%  and have very little caffeine.White tea at Culinary Teas


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How to Make Iced Rooibos Tea

Rooibos Tea is so good iced. It is caffeine free, full of vitamin C and has two flavonoids

(quercetin and luteolin) that fights cancer.

 To make an Iced Rooibos

1) Double the amount of tea used for the brew.

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