Rooibos Tea or Red Bush Tea, caffeine-free South African herbal tea | Andrew’s Tasting Notes

– So this is Rooibos or Redbush, or Bush tea or Redbush tea. And people pronounce Rooibos lots of different ways but that’s how I say it. And here it is. And it comes from a plant that looks a bit like a gorse bush, that grows on the Cape Continue Reading

Best Tea For Revision? What Teas are Good For Studying? Can Tea Keep Me Mentally Stimulated? Tea Q&A

– Kay Hallsworth asks: I’m doing a lot of studying at the moment, and what tea would be good for keeping me mentally stimulated? Okay, well This is a great question. I’m sure, at the moment, there’s lots of students who are preparing for their exams. And I’m sure there’s Continue Reading

How are teas named? Origin and meaning of Chinese (and other) tea names.

In this video, naming of tea, I will explain you which are the different ways of naming tea, and hopefully by the end of this video, all those strange Chinese name that today make no meaning to you will make sense. Hi, guys, this is Gabriele from Nannuoshan, and today, Continue Reading

Fermented Purple Tea – CRAZY DRY RIPE PUERH CHINESE TEA

Don Mei : Hey teaheads! This is Don from Mei Leaf. In this video : Fermented Purple Tea. In this video I’m going to be tasting a very unique tea – the latest edition to our cooked Puerh tea selection. If any point in time you enjoy this video then Continue Reading

Black Tea: Sun-Dried Vs Air-Dried | A Morning Black Tea Party and a Short China Trip

Don Mei : Hey teaheads! This is Don from Mei Leaf. In this video : Sun-dried versus air-dried black tea. In this video we’re going to be turning the spotlight onto Bu Lang Hong Cha, a sun-dried Yunnan black tea, and we’re going to be doing a taste test against Continue Reading

Cafe Owners: Should You Use Leaf Tea or Tea Bags?

– The question is should a cafe serve loose-leaf tea or tea bags. Some of you may be old enough to remember the days when virtually every cafe served loose-leaf tea in a tea pot. Even a builder’s type caf or a trucker’s caf, you would go and queue up Continue Reading

Young Tea vs Ancient Tea – BLIND TASTE CHALLENGE

Don Mei : Hey teaheads! This is Don from Mei Leaf. In this video : Young tea versus ancient tea – blind tasting. In this video it’s going to be a head-to-head battle of young Puerh tea versus the mighty, ancient, Gu Shu Puerh tea to see if we can Continue Reading

How to Brew Loose Herbal Tea for Maximum Potency | Southern Botanicals

Love herbal tea? Wondering how to brew loose tea? This short video is for you! Learn the best way to brew loose leaf herbal tea for maximum potency. Here at Southern Botanicals we get a lot of questions from people about how to brew loose leaf tea since they’re used Continue Reading

TEA & AUTISM – What’s the connection?

Don Mei: Hey teaheads! This is Don from Mei Leaf Leaf. In this video: Can Tea Help Children With Autism? In this video I am very kindly joined by Dr. Anna Joyce, and we’re gonna be talking about a very exciting new feasibility study which has just been published. [TO Continue Reading

TEA & AUTISM – What’s the connection?

Don Mei: Hey teaheads! This is Don from Mei Leaf Leaf. In this video: Can Tea Help Children With Autism? In this video I am very kindly joined by Dr. Anna Joyce, and we’re gonna be talking about a very exciting new feasibility study which has just been published. [TO Continue Reading