Spring Newsletter published! →
Spring has been a great time of growth and renewal at Tranquil Tuesdays and we are excited to share it all with you in our Spring 2012 Newsletter featuring new partnerships, our new gift wrap offering, photo albums of past events, most recent press and more! _____________________________________________________________________ If you enjoyed this article, sign up for Tranquil Tuesdays’...
My piece in China Heritage Quarterly's Tea issue →
I was invited to contribute a piece on my experience traveling around China in search of tea for Tranquil Tuesdays for China Heritage Quarterly’s 29th Issue (published by Australian National University) which is focused on Tea and just published! It is such an honor to be included amongst such an amazing group of experts and scholars who all contributed to this issue completely devoted to...
last chance for mother's day promotion! ends May 7 →
until May 7 only, take 20% off Tranquil Tuesdays’ handcrafted porcelain tea cup sets for the perfect Mother’s Day Gift (see link above for details). Give your mom the gift of PURE RELEAF! _____________________________________________________________________ If you enjoyed this article, sign up for Tranquil Tuesdays’ newsletter to Explore the stories behind each of Tranquil...
follow Tranquil Tuesdays as we travel to...
Xiao Zhang just arrived at Jingdezhen, Jiangxi to work with the teaware artists we partner with to handcraft our teaware collections. She will also visit Qimen, Anhui for the 2012 Spring Harvest of our Qimen Black Tea and visit the tea gardens and producers we partner with. Stay tuned here on our Tumblr, on our Flickr, Twitter, and Weibo for updates and photos as they come! ...
aged white #teas
A brief introduction and background on aged white teas (vs. fresh white teas such as the White Peony White Tea Tranquil Tuesdays offers). This is in response to a question from a customer at a recent tea tasting. When I was just in Fuding, Fujian, the historical origin and current leader of white tea production in China and the world, I asked our white tea producers (a local family from Fuding,...
our green #tea english translation has changed to... →
Our popular Mao Jian is still the same great fresh, clear, clean, nutty, and smooth green tea we’ve been offering from the same tea garden in Zhejiang from the start. We’ve changed the name of our 毛尖绿茶 green tea to English name: “Mao Jian Green Tea” (previously it was “Jade Sword Green Tea”). The Chinese name 毛尖绿茶 (mao jian lv cha) is still the same as it...