Time for Tea Posted on 2014-03-31 by Tea Guy From Emma Bridgewater, comes this nice infographic. Time for Tea – An infographic by the team at Emma Bridgewater
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Wonderful article, so fun to hear about other people’s views on tea and culture. I have been living with a family of tea farmers in Xishuangbanna Yunnan in Southwestern China, the birthplace of tea. The first tea the world ever had is what we now call Puer tea, raw Puer. After spending much time with this family, I have been able to share this tea with folks. The culture, the love, and the way this tea makes you feel is incomparable and the tea is all from one family, one farm. Definitely just would love to chat about tea sometime if you want to write me. http://www.MistyPeakTeas.com happy to send out any samples as well. Anyone tried Raw Puer tea? The green kind?
Apologies for the late reply. I have tried and a number of “green” Pu’erh teas. They have their own unique character which I found took time for me to appreciate. The “black” (shou) Pu’erh however, I enjoyed from my first sip.