Tea – #Oxidation of Tea vol. 1

In the previous article called “Tea – The Exiled Emperor Discovery” we spoke about the history of the tea and how it shaped the world we know today. Tea has influenced and changed the world in more ways than we could have imagined, with the aforementioned countries having the biggest influence. In this article we…

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Tea – #Oxidation of Tea vol. 2

In the previous article we detailed the development of tea flavour profiles, specifically, Japanese and Chinese Green teas, White tea, and rare Yellow tea. All teas are lightly oxidised which gives them their delicate aromas and flavours. Today we are going to delve into fully oxidised teas such as Black, and Pu’Erh tea. Each of…

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Quince – The Marmalade Fruit

I was introduced to quince when I was living in London and it became one of my favourite fruits. Mmm…poached quince and vanilla as a dessert..this is stuff of dreams! After moving to Asia, I realised I hadn’t had one recently until I had a quince presented to me in the form of tea during…

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Brits – The Tamarind Heads

Recently on a business trip to Bali I was introduced to a pod with an interesting shape, weird in texture but with a surprisingly fruity, sweet and sour flavour. This fascinating sticky, fleshy and juicy pod came from the tamarind tree. It has been said that people either love it or hate it. Have you…

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