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The Art of Drinking Tea

The Art of Drinking Tea

As your love for tea evolves, you slowly start to realize that drinking tea is much more than something you do out of habit in the morning or a refreshment for house guests. Rather, you realize that tea has the ability to create a cathartic experience that brings flavours, cultures and experiences together. That’s why many people and cultures consider tea as an art form. As a result, people in different parts of the world have developed their own rituals around tea. These rituals are often meant to appreciate tea, add value to shared family time or simply to achieve...

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Basilur Music Concert Collection: A Musical Tea Experience

Basilur Music Concert Collection: A Musical Tea Experience

As we are navigating through an unprecedented time, we could all find some solace and comfort in simple delights in lifelike music and tea. Tea and music have a lot more in common than you think. For one, they are a great medium to enjoy different cultures. Also In addition, tea and music together can create a perfect and unique atmosphere to relax and ponder on your feelings, either alone or with your loved ones. 

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The story behind a Japanese masterpiece, Sencha Green Tea!

The story behind a Japanese masterpiece, Sencha Green Tea!

What is Sencha Tea? When we think of green tea, we just think of simple plain, green tea!. However, a lot of people don’t know that there are different kinds of green tea. Some of these types include matcha, gunpowder, and sencha, which you may already know about. What makes these green teas different from each other is the growth of the plant, tea production and processing. Now, instead of going into each type of tea, we’re going to discuss the one that gets the most talk. Sencha green tea is a very common tea and it is the most popular...

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Black Tea; a Highly Nutritious and Healthy Tea!

Black Tea; a Highly Nutritious and Healthy Tea!

The four types of tea (white, oolong, green, and black tea) are all made from the Camellia Sinensis plant, but their flavours are quite different from each other. This is because they are processed differently in order to achieve various levels of oxidation. Black tea is more oxidized than the other three types, for this reason, its flavour stays for several years, while green tea may lose its flavour within a year or a couple. Ceylon (Sri Lanka) is best known for its strong and flavourful black tea!

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