How to brew Japanese tea – water temperature and time influence catechin, caffeine, and amino-acids

Hi everyone, Tomoe from SONO ORGANIC. Today I’d like to explain how water temperature and infusion time impact the chemical component in Japanese green tea. Japanese green tea has 3 major chemical components. 1st catechin. It tastes bitter and astringent. 2nd caffeine. It tastes bitter. And 3rd amino-acids. It tastes Continue Reading

(ENG)ASMR. 자정의 티타임Midnight Tea Time ⚘Whispering⚘Binaural

Delicate fragrance from rose tea That will calm your nerves down. Help you to sleep Hi. Everybody It’s me Kaya. Today’s video is going to be infusing rose tea. My friend Melrose went a trip to Shanghai couple of weeks ago. She got me these gift rose tea and tea Continue Reading

Reviewing Supermarket Tea – Muller Croatia

Don Mei: Hey teaheads! This is Don from Mei Leaf. In this video: Reviewing Supermarket Teas. In these videos what we do is we blind-taste three teas from a supermarket – not a specialist tea store – and I give you my opinion on them. I try to work out Continue Reading

Unleash the Samurai In you, Japanese Uji Matcha Green tea from Adagio Teas

Hello there, this is gentlemen tea today i would like to introduce you to a very fresh and traditional tea that is perhaps one of the most well-known and versatile. The Japanese matcha. The type of Matcha featured here is the Uji Matcha sold by Adagio Teas A unique thing Continue Reading

Tea Story

Welcome everybody to The Korea Society. It’s our honor and privilege to introduce Doctor Roy Kim, President of the Hagajae Museum in Korea. Dr. Kim majored in biochemical engineering at Seoul National University. He then studied oriental medicine at Kyung Hee University during which he developed a keen interest in Continue Reading

Traditional Japanese tea at Tokyo’s Sakurai Tea cafe | Where Locals Go

[wind chimes ring] [ice cracks] [wind chimes ring] [soothing music plays] ♪♪ -Japanese tea is not simple about tea leaves, but also about a space that incorporates cultural factors, as well as our style of brewing. And while you may refer to it as an art form, it’s all about Continue Reading

My Tea Story – Don Mei

Don Mei : Hey teaheads! This is Don from Mei Leaf. In this video : My tea story. This video is going to be a very different kind of video. I’m just be going to be giving you my background in how I got into tea. This video is not Continue Reading

Everything you need to know about LONG JING DRAGONWELL GREEN TEA

Don Mei: Hey teaheads! This is Don from Mei Leaf. In this video: Understanding Long Jing. “Long Jing” green [tea], aka “Dragon Well”, [which we] call “Imperial Green” [is] definitely, by far, the most famous Chinese green tea – [and] probably one of the most famous teas in the world. Continue Reading


Hello. I am Daniel and I work for the Tea House in Covent Garden. Today we are going to speak about Japanese teas. The Japanese probably first had contact with tea early in the 8th century. And the first tea seeds were probably planted in year 806 by Buddhist monks Continue Reading

How to Keep Loose Leaf Tea between Infusions

Don Mei : Hey teaheads. This is Don from Mei Leaf. In this video : How to keep your loose leaf tea between infusions. In this video we’re going to try to figure out the best way to store your leaves between infusions in order to maintain as much of Continue Reading