best storage for keeping #teas fresh
the ideal way to store #tea is one that keeps it in a temperature and humidity controlled time capsule that is sealed off from air circulation inside a vault un-penetrable to outside light or smell. the worst way to store #tea is leaving the leaves out by the window near the kitchen stove (even worse if your kitchen is located inside your home sauna) next to an open bottle of nuoc mam fish...
Mother's Day Promotion is Live! →
Until May 7—get on it kids! _____________________________________________________________________ If you enjoyed this article, sign up for Tranquil Tuesdays’ newsletter to Explore the stories behind each of Tranquil Tuesdays teas and teaware Travel with Tranquil Tuesdays seeking the best teas and teaware in China Learn the historical and cultural elements that make Chinese tea...
just made some Bailing Gongfu black tea 白琳工夫红茶 as I prepare to create Tranquil Tuesdays’ Mother’s Day sales promotional material. Stay tuned for awesome gift ideas to give your mom the gift of PURE RELEAF this Mother’s Day… I’m already pretty amped up on caffeine from a trip to one of Beijing’s newest cool coffee place, Ocean Grounds, specializing in...
Bodum Coffee & Tea Maker by Sunny Ting Wai Wong »... →
Crazy cool tea brewer with sleek and clever design…with something this beautiful there is no excuse for not drinking whole leaf loose-leaf teas! _____________________________________________________________________ If you enjoyed this article, sign up for Tranquil Tuesdays’ newsletter to Explore the stories behind each of Tranquil Tuesdays teas and teaware Travel with Tranquil...
Eating flavonoids protects men against Parkinsons... →
‘Men who eat flavonoid-rich foods such as berries, tea, apples and red wine significantly reduce their risk of developing Parkinsons disease, according to new research by Harvard University and the University of East Anglia (UEA). Published today in the journal Neurology , the findings add to the growing body of evidence that regular consumption of some flavonoids can have a marked effect...
Love how the tranquil scenery is punctuated with the women tea pickers chatting in their local dialect. In real life this was complemented with birds chirping (the birds don’t come across so clearly in this video). Took this at Wudong Peak on Phoenix Mountain in Guangdong, China during Tranquil Tuesdays 2012 Spring tea harvest travels to the source of our teas. ...