Tea blog of TeeMaa
On the categorisations of tea, pt II: Tea by tastes
Astonishingly complex world of tea has been categorised in many way. Mika Hannola’s blog post introduces the currently established way of grouping tea into six classes. On the first part of my musings I pointed out some observations about it, and this text will introduce a mod...
Delicious Cold-Brewed Tea Recipe
Making delicious cold-brewed tea is as simple as ABC :D Essentially, it is to use cold tap water (instead of hot) to infuse the tea leaves (usually for a much longer time), and the taste is rather different!I don’t remember how the idea of cold-brewed tea has emerged in TeeMaa. S...
On the classification of tea, pt I: tea by processing styles
The world of tea is stunningly rich, and it is easy to get
tangled with all the different tea types. Each tea is unique, often
having it’s own distinct tea plant cultivar, history, locality,
style of processing, and sometimes their own brewing style. There
are so many different k...
Jesse’s musings on Teemaa’s blog
I’m writing articles to Teemaa’s blog in the future. Only time will tell what kind of themes will come up, end where my contributions to the blog will end up, but I’m trying to process out what kind of goals I have for these texts, by writing this article here.I myself am a tea a...
The Truth about Green Tea
In the recent decades, green tea has gained a lot of popularity in Finland and the west in general. It provides a good counterpoint to the bold and heavy flavor profile of black tea, and good-quality (i.e. not impossibly harsh-tasting) green tea has become more easily available i...
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