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Dive into our tea blog for valuable insights, tips, and stories. Discover the art of tea with articles on various tea classes, producers, and helpful tea tips.

Caffeine in Tea

A Deep Dive into Caffeine in Tea

Caffeine in tea is a complex interplay of chemistry, environment, and processing methods. In this blog we delve into its chemistry, presence in various tea types, and how it differs from the caffeine in coffee.

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Origins of Herbal Infusions
Herbal infusion

Uncovering the Origins of Herbal Infusions

Herbal teas, often colloquially termed “tea,” stand apart from true tea derived from the Camellia Sinensis plant, which naturally contains caffeine. In contrast, herbal infusions are crafted from a diverse array of herbs, flowers, and fruits, offering caffeine-free alternatives.

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Origins of White Tea
White tea

Uncovering the Origins of White Tea

White tea emerges as a pristine and noble expression of the Camellia Sinensis plant, capturing the essence of spring in its delicate buds and leaves. This tea creates a refined, gently stimulating energy that feels natural at any time of day.

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Tiny Temple
Green tea

Uncovering the Origins of Green Tea

In one simple sentence, green tea is a type of tea that is the freshest and closest to its state while still as part of the bush, which means that it is the least oxidized of all six tea types. The key to its distinctive character lies in the prevention of oxidation, achieved through a process called “kill-green” that prevents the enzymes in the leaf from oxidizing the leaf.

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Dong Fang Mei Ren
Oolong tea

Uncovering the Origins of Oolong Tea

Oolong, also wulong (literally, “Black Dragon”), a semi-oxidized tea, falls between the oxidation levels of green and black teas, resulting in a diverse range of profiles, from dark and woody to incredibly light and floral, all of which are characterized by their deliciously smooth texture.

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Handmade Treasure
Black tea

Uncovering the Origins of Black Tea

In the vast and diverse world of teas, black tea stands out as a robust and well-loved type, captivating tea enthusiasts with its distinct characteristics and rich, full-bodied flavor. Often referred to as fully oxidized tea, black tea undergoes a fascinating journey from fresh leaves to your teacup.

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Social Responsibility

Giving Hope in Myanmar

In the heart of Myanmar, lies the village of Kyauk Saung, home to Mogok Tea, one of Tea Kulture’s esteemed tea producers. Amidst the backdrop of an ongoing civil war and a lack of national health care system, Tea Kulture has stepped up to provide critical medical aid, offering a glimmer of hope to a struggling community.

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Social Responsibility

Supporting Education in Malawi

Satemwa Tea and Coffee Estate, nestled in the Thyolo region of Malawi, has been a symbol of tradition and quality for almost a century.
This blog post explores the importance of Satemwa Tea Estate to the local community and explains why Tea Kulture made the decision to support the Satemwa Primary school.

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Social Responsibility

Supporting Education in Sri Lanka

In the lush tea plantations of Sri Lanka, education is a luxury that many children cannot afford. Limited by financial constraints, these young individuals are deprived of the basic right to quality schooling. Tea Leaf Trust, a renowned NGO in Sri Lanka, is dedicated to transforming the lives of these marginalized youth.

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