Jeff here. Welcome to part 1 of our "Tea Tips" series, where we discuss the ins and outs of Chinese tea! As with most teas, pu-erh is best brewed using a traditional method, whether using a gaiwan, yixing, ceramics, or a porcelain teapot. No...
Seattle Tea Studio Now Open. Join Tea Master and Teabook Founder Jeffrey McIntosh for an hour of meditative tea tasting and great conversation. All welcome for tea - bring friends or come solo! Jeffrey is a northwest native and serial entrepreneur whose passion...
We've partnered with our friends at Glasstic to offer an exclusive Glasstic Teabook Pack. Glasstic's 16 oz. shatterproof BPA-free bottle is roughly double the size of our signature tumbler, perfect for long trips or when you just can't get enough tea. Enjoy delicious...
In China, seasonal tea selection is just plain common sense. Drinking certain types of tea is simply more suitable in different weather and seasons. In the West, we can also benefit from these intuitive, traditional Chinese relationships with tea to create healthier habits and...
By Tiffany Taylor, Certified Industry Specialist. We all enjoy a great cup of tea, but if you want to truly discover and understand quality tea, you must graduate from cup to cupping. Cupping is a term used in the tea industry to compare and...
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