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Mutiple Infusions vs. Overinfusing Your Tea

A question came up the other day on our Facebook page: “If over steeping a tea can make the cup bitter, then why is the same not evidently also true for multiple steepings? Won’t the additional steepings be more bitter … Continue reading

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Keep the Lid on Your Gaiwan!

Awhile ago, we wrote about some tricks for using a gaiwan. One of the things we didn’t include, because quite frankly it seemed too obvious, was keeping the lid on the gaiwan during steeping. Amazingly, though, some folks are surprised … Continue reading

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5 Things to Look for When Shopping for Professional Tea Tasting Sets

If you go online to sites like Facebook, you’ve seen photos of rows of those professional tea tasting sets – this one by Rajiv Lochan, owner of Doke Tea Garden where our Doke Black Fusion tea is from. They were … Continue reading

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