Tea is one of those areas where you can be amazed and delighted at what you don’t know. Every column and media coverage presents a point of view and information that adds to your knowledge. We came across this great article earlier this week on BBC Food and would like to share it with you. It also [...]
Category Archives: Tea Storage
A couple of months ago, we made it our mission to get everyone to own and use Creamers and Milk Pitchers. Now we’ve moved our focus to Canisters. If you are beyond the initial exploration and experimentation stage with tea, you should store your tea in a Canister. The age-old principle to follow is – [...]
We received a large shipment of teas yesterday – Makaibari 2nd flush – which came in via ocean freight. We import teas for our own use (wholesale and retail) but also for other large companies in the U.S. who then package it under their brand. Apart from the exporter (in this case, Makaibari) and importer [...]
Isn’t this a beautiful arrangement! A simple dark clay teapot, a wooden tea canister, a wood tea scoop, a bar of Organic Chocolates and some candles. Pure poetry. Come and see it the next time you visit our Tea Room.
Can you store tea in a glass jar? Easily one of the most common questions we get. The short answer is No. Tea needs to be stored away from light, air or moisture. Many tea establishments will use triple-insulated bags or canisters to package their tea. Either is good. Stay away from tea houses that [...]