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Our Tea Bonbon Sweet Home contains a tea type that reminds many people of homeliness and joy of a long legacy...
Tea is a common way to end a meal. A herbal combination can make you settled and happy as well as full.
Tea's influence goes a long way. The ways that different people drink it illuminate so much about the locality each time.
It's good to know Tea Plays uses a higher quality of leaf. And useful to know how to recognize a lower quality.
Coffee is still the trend in most countries in Asia -- holding a Starbucks paper cup rushing across the zebra line in the morning is still considered trendy in most urban cities; while tea, is still packed inside red metal tins and drank in the dark ceramic pot. It is mostly associated with aged population and their pass-time. Why is that?
Unsurprisingly, it's in China
Like many rituals, the act of brewing tea is made of a sequence of knowing gestures that starts with choosing the right amount of leaves. The quantity varies according to the kind of tea you're drinking and your taste, but we can state a general rule that will help you make a delicious drink!
Why do the Irish love tea so much? And what tea to enjoy for their national day?
The countries that drink the most tea per capita might surprise you.
You might think the Chinese are only interested in unblended teas... not true.
Rose helps you let go of stress. When the aroma spreads and the steam curls up, you can let go of your worries and regain some inner peace. The next step is to move from sofa to bed and sleep tight.
We know that tea is to the Chinese as wine is to the French and Italians – and this is particularly true with fermented Puer.
Tea Plays - DAY 1. Hear the story from the founders Siyi, Renata and Gustavo.
Our Tea Plays Bonbon 'After Lunch' uses 'Raw Puer' Chinese tea. Does that sound familiar? Read on to discover more about this unusual form of Puer.
One of the most special varieties of Chinese tea in our Bonbons is Oolong. Here we outline what makes Oolong so unique.
Tea Plays Bonbons are more than just a new look for tea. They are designed to make life simpler and fun. That is why there's more than one way to make a cup of Tea Plays. Here are a few walk-throughs of some of the best ways to make a variety of cups with your set of Tea Plays Bonbons.
You might notice that we refer to some of the tea used in our Bonbons as both 'Red' and 'Black'.
Whole-leaf tea bonbons in comparison with tea bags of fannings and dust: it is high time that we cared more about what we're actually drinking.
It seems like the deeper you dig into the history of tea, the farther you are from knowing the whole story. Starting out as a medicine, it is truly one of the oldest useful plants about whose history we have a lot of detail on record. In China that starts with an emperor.
'Tea ceremony' is a familiar term around the world. Many know the concept has a pleasant and civilized history in Asia – but modern tea lovers should also feel free to make their own rituals around the illustrious drink!
Tea crops up in history in all kinds of ways, we suggest you celebrate Martin Luther King Jr and peace making with a good afternoon cup of tea.
The modern science of tea is still evolving, but what are the basic ways we know we can benefit from drinking quality teas?
Tea Plays CEO Siyi made a fateful decision in 2014: to host a 'Tea Meetup' in Mannheim, Germany. What she discovered was a global love of tea that inspired her to refresh the way Chinese tea was sold and enjoyed.