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Jane Pettigrew

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Tea Studio is revolutionary, unique, and unlike conventional tea factories in many ways. more

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Demand for specialty loose leaf teas globally has led a few East Africa producers to add orthodox black, green, and white varieties to their range. Emrok Tea Factory, one of the most modern in Kenya, is attracting a good deal of attention. more

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Photo courtesy Takashi Inoue, president Ohkuraen Co., Shizuoka-ken, Japan

Japanese teas from Kakegawa are famous for two reasons. The cultivation method using dried grasses, and the deep steaming that the leaves undergo are both unique to the area. more

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The British brand has launched a marketing campaign to ‘put the tea back into iced tea’, capitalizing on growing consumer demand for innovative cold drinks. more

Tea Report

The Japanese tea growing and retailing company will host a series of tasting events in London and Oxford. more

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Architect and passionate tea lover James Ho has opened a unique teahouse in the Rokujyodori area of Taipei city. more

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Analysis of market trends show that consumption of tea out of the home is on the rise in Britain and Tetley is offering support to out-of-home operators with The Tea Report 2017. more

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A group of seven tea producers and wholesalers visited Milan, Paris, and London to promote the unique teas grown in this notable region of Shizuoka on the southern coast of central Japan. more

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Margaret’s Hope, Goodricke Group’s famous Darjeeling tea garden now has a spectacular tea lounge. more

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But Wollenhaupt has been working with a premium coffee producer who has planted a small plot of tea bushes and has begun producing various grades and types of black, green, oolong, and white orthodox teas. more

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The Communitea Initiative was launched in 2014 by Jalan Tea Group with the aim of engaging with estate workers in the fields of art, culture, sport, education, health and sanitation. more

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The competition will include four categories – tea preparation, tea pairing, tea mixology, and tea tasting. In the tea preparation category, competitors will be expected to brew an ‘organizers tea’ and a master’s tea of their choice. more

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TWG Tea, established in Singapore in 2008, celebrated its opening in Vancouver with a glamorous red carpet affair at its new salon on West Georgia Street. more

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The Ethical Tea Partnership has been campaigning for gender equality and the empowerment of women in countries like Malawi where women account for 75% of the 15,000 smallholder tea farmers. more

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After last year’s very successful summer school, Montreal’s Camellia Sinensis tea school will open its doors again for two weekend programs to be given in English. more

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Private tea master credentials are no longer permitted. more

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Organic green teas produced from wild tea trees in the highlands of Vietnam, with the help of the local Hmong people, feature in a new range of organic blends designed by Natur Boutique to offer health benefits as well as great flavors. more

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In November the first of three plaques marking tea’s history in London was unveiled. more

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The latest tea house to install the Alpha Dominche Steampunk tea brewer at its counter is London’s Fortnum & Mason, the famous food store on Piccadilly. more

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