• Different Type of Bubble Tea

    Unless you've been living under a rock for the last few years, you've definitely heard of Boba- though if you live on the East Coast you might be more used to calling it Bubble Tea! But unless you're a very adventurous eater, or have spent a lot of time in East Asian, you may not actually know exactly what Boba is, or why it's so famous! Not to worry- I am here to help!
  • What Exactly Is Boba?

    The term "boba" can actually allude to either a long list of drinks containing chunks - comprising a vast range of drinks from iced tea with tapioca pearls to fresh juice containing blocks of fruit - or the famous black tapioca pearls by themselves.
  • DIY Flavorful Kombucha

    Kombucha is a popular, yet somewhat mysterious beverage, that is showing up on the shelves of most grocery stores. You may have already tried it and decided that you like kombucha, or maybe you haven't tried it yet because you are unsure of it what it is, and the flavors don't appeal to you. Well, kombucha can be quite easily made at home, and you can easily add your own loose leaf tea to customize the flavor of your kombucha. So if you are a big fan of kombucha or you haven't tried it yet, making it yourself can be a great, inexpensive way for you to enjoy kombucha.
  • What is gong fu tea brewing ?

    Gong fu tea brewing is a traditional Chinese way of brewing tea. It uses larger than usual tea leaves during brewing which makes a more tasty tea than the western counterparts. Gong fu tea is normally made with a tea set and it means in English "making tea with skill".
  • How to make honeydew melon bubble tea ?

    New hot product, honeydew melon, hits the bubble tea market for this summer. Are you ready for enjoying cup of such refreshing, cool fruit tea?
  • Da Hong Pao Wuyi Rock Tea

    Wuyi rock Oolong tea is a comparatively heavy fermentaiton tea, which is between 30% and 60%. Because of soils differences in different areas in Wuyishan city, it is divided into three categories based on geological location, which is Zhen Yan, Ban Yan and Zhou Cha Oolong tea; and the tea fragrance and taste differs a lot.
  • How To Make Your Own Bubble Tea Pearls At Home?

    Bubble tea like pearl milk teas, fruit teas, signature teas, and more are among the most popular beverages in the entire world alongside coffee. There are two reasons to such popularity. One is because bubble tea is very versatile and has a lot of flavor variations. Second is because of the bubbles also known as boba, tropical tapioca, or boba pearl, which are fun and exciting to chew and eat. But how do you make your own bubble boba? And is it easy to make it at home?
  • Chinese Tea New Crop Taste

    It's 2021. It's a new year. You might as well start the year by trying out some new recipes and it will be hard for you to go wrong with a tea recipe that is more than a few centuries old. The Asian continent is still celebrated for its unique and remarkable tea culture. Namely in China, preparing tea is more than just mere routine, it is a ritual.
  • Is It Okay To Drink Tea Powder?

    In recent years, drinking tea and the consumption of different tea products have gained significant popularity worldwide. According to statistics, tea is the second most popular beverage consumed globally, following water. The US alone consumed more than 3.8 billion gallons of tea in 2018, according to Tea USA. During its more than 4000 years of history, the traditional tea had undergone many evolutions, which eventually led to what is known today as tea powder. This article will explore what this tea product is all about and find out if it is good or bad for you.
  • What is Spring Crop Tea?

    There's no doubt that tea has a long history. The first recorded use was before Christ came. Today, both as a beverage and a valuable agricultural product, tea is more popular than ever. In fact, countries such as China and India depend upon the tea harvest. Chinese tea actually has names for its teas, according to the seasons in which they're picked, and Spring is known to be the best time for tea harvesting.