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    It’s Jasmine Season. What to Know & How to Pair Jasmine Tea with Food
    Here's everything you need to know about Jasmine tea – from what it is, how it's enjoyed alongside food in China, and some top pairing recommendations.
    Cold Infusions You Have To Try
    As we head into summer it's the perfect time to try...
    How To Make Cold-Infused Tea
    As well as the drink being refreshingly cold, making a cold infusion from your tea leaves will give you a different concentration of flavours from your tea compared to when you make it hot.
    A Guide to Jasmine Tea
    Our Jasmine Tea Guide reveals the history of this popular tea, as well as answering all of your questions.
    Taste: Why Origin Matters Most
    Understand how different aspects of origin influence the taste of your tea – so you can start to navigate the rich world of single garden tea.
    Easter Tea & Chocolate Pairings
    There is a debate amongst tea lovers about whether tea and chocolate pair well together. We have found that if you choose carefully, chocolate and tea can be great together.
    What Water Is Best For Tea?
    What is the best water for tea making? The water you use has a huge impact on the taste, aroma and colour of your tea.
    What To Look For When Choosing A Teapot
    With the right equipment, loose leaf tea can be as simple and easy as a teabag – to make and even to clear up. The teapot you use can also change how your tea tastes. Here’s our guide on what to look for and what to avoid when choosing your loose tea teapot.
    How To Make Green Tea The Right Way
    One of the things we often get asked about is how to...
    How To Know Whether Your Tea Is Fresh & Why It’s Important
    Did you know that tea can take up to a year to reach supermarket shelves? It’s a great shame because to get the best aromatics, flavours and tastes that make tea remarkable in almost all cases, a tea needs to be drunk as close to when it was produced as possible – and at the longest, within the first year.
    Navigating Tea Labels
    With the consumption of 'speciality tea' on the rise and supermarkets expanding their offering to a huge variety of different teas with exotic names, flavours and with the promise of miracle health benefits, it can be confusing and overwhelming to know what to look for. This guide takes you through the 5 things to always look for on tea labels, so you'll always know what you're getting.
    To Boil or Not to Boil: Water Temperature for Tea Explained
    There's been a lot of excitement in the headlines this week caused by a journalist claiming it's wrong to make tea with boiling water. We think it’s a great debate and actually many teas do taste better when made with cooler water – but then again sometimes only boiling water will do. ⁣Check out our simple guide to find out what temperature water will give you the best flavour tea.⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
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