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 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.⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
    Tea and Nature – Making the Connection
    Drinking single garden tea is one of the easiest ways to connect to nature. This week, Felicity shares a list of everything you'll need to get outdoors with your favourite cup of tea, and reveals why she had to choose Iron Buddha when she was adventuring in Scotland this summer.
    How To Make Iced Tea The JING Way
    Want flavour and refreshment fast? As the heatwave continues, we've been experimenting with using ice in our tea and have found some amazing results. But, there are a few things you need to know before you start experimenting.
    Tea Fundamentals: The Impact Of The Tea Bush On Taste
    This week in our Tea Fundamentals series we delve into the story of the tea plant to discover its two main varietals, some of the famous cultivars they produce and our top tips to enable you to identify high quality tea leaves.
    Tea Fundamentals: What Is Tea?
    If you’re new to the world of single garden tea or if you’re looking to go deeper into it, you’ll learn a lot from our Tea Fundamentals series. In this first guide, we uncover where tea comes from and the different factors that contribute to the unique tastes of different teas.
    Finding Flavour in Cold Tea: Four Ways You Can Try At Home
    From sparkling tea to 'Kooridashi', here are four creative ideas that all celebrate flavour to try at home this summer for a completely different taste experience.
    A Guide To Herbal Infusions
    Herbal infusions are like tea but they're not actually tea! Find out what they are and how you can spot the good ones with our new guide to these herbs, flowers and spices.
    How To Make The Perfect Cup Of Tea With Milk & Elevate Your Cream Tea
    Online searches for 'cream tea' home deliveries in the UK have risen by 750% since lockdown began! But how do you elevate your cream tea? We think that there are just five simple rules you need to follow.
    How To Make Cold-Infused Tea
    We've created a simple guide on how to cold-infuse your tea. Why? You will find a whole new level of refreshment and bring out a different concentration of flavour from the leaves. It's one of our favourite ways to explore some of the more subtle flavours in tea.
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