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The Art of Tea Making:
A Ritual of Patience, Precision, and Pleasure

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Tea making, a craft honed over millennia across various cultures, is an art-form that marries precision, patience, and pleasure. In essence, it involves only four ingredients - tea leaves, hot water, a steeping vessel, and time - but the finesse lies in their thoughtful combination. The selection of tea leaves, be it the floral notes of white teas, robustness of black teas, or the unique fermentation of Pu-erh, determines the drink's character. 

Water temperature, tailored to each tea type, crucially influences the release of flavours without inducing bitterness, with lower temperatures generally preferred for green tea. The steeping process, ranging from a minute to several minutes depending on the tea, requires careful timing to avoid over-bitterness or under-flavoured results.

The brewing vessel, often made of clay, porcelain, or glass to avoid flavour interference, can also shape the taste and aroma, with certain teas traditionally steeped in specific pots. Beyond these mechanics, tea making cultivates an environment of mindfulness and enjoyment, encouraging us to relish the beauty of simple actions and savor each moment. 

A holistic blend of science and art, precision and creativity, tradition and innovation, the ritual of tea making offers a pause for connection and an appreciation of the beauty within each cup, marking it as a unique art form.

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Second only to water in consumption, tea is the most preferred and widely consumed beverage in the world. And that it should be
There are so many different types of tea that it may come as a surprise to learn they are all made from pretty much the same plant: Camellia Sinensis

Green Tea

If you are health conscious, you will certainly dread the indigestion or a disturbing night after having a rich, high on cholesterol meal. Well sweat no more! the simplest remedy is a course of green tea. Not only that, green tea is a customary drink all over the country on a regular basis especially during the winter season. The simplest reason could be that it burns fat naturally and increases metabolism. According to a research conducted in China drinking green tea reduces the risk of esophageal cancer in men and women by nearly sixty percent.

White This is the least fermented or perhaps more wisely put,not fermented-at all version of tea. Well, just like those other teas, white teacomes fromthe Camellia Sinensis plant, but the leaves are picked andharvested at a stage when they are not open fully and the buds are stillcovered by fine white hair. Hence the name. Compared to other traditional teas, white tea is a bit scarcer

White Tea

Oolong Tea

If you are health conscious, you will certainly dread the indigestion or a disturbing night after having a rich, high on cholesterol meal. Well sweat no more! the simplest remedy is a course of green tea. Not only that, green tea is a customary drink all over the country on a regular basis especially during the winter season. The simplest reason could be that it burns fat naturally and increases metabolism. According to a research conducted in China drinking green tea reduces the risk of esophageal cancer in men and women by nearly sixty percent.

Black Tea

Reddish-amber in colour, the black tea is the most oxidized, fully fermented form of Camellia Sinensis. The dark substances that form while the tea leaves are exposed to the air are produced by the chemical reactions of the tannins in the tea. They give the tea astringency, robust flavour and aroma, along with its red colour.

As far as the health benefits of black tea are concerned, nothing relaxes you more and gets you going through the tiring routine of a busy day than a well made cup of tea. Yet there is more that black tea can offer in terms of favours. 

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