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We offer a wide variety of high quality teas from the world's finest tea-growing areas. We offer these teas at affordable prices, so that you can enjoy an ever-widening selection as part of your daily living.In 1997, Dorothy and Robert Shern, began importing premium loose tea leaves in hopes to reintroduce the interest and benefits that come with enjoying tea. Originally from the Philadelphia area, they were quite familiar with the history that went behind America’s love of coffee. As a result of the Boston Tea Party, it was considered ‘unpatriotic’ to drink tea. Therefore, Americans trended towards coffee, forgetting about tea. Dorothy and Robert set up shop to change that thought process, and bring tea and tea education back to the lives of everyday Americans. They wanted people to know things like, ‘premium leaves are picked by choosing the top two leaves and the bud’, and ‘hand picked leaves make the highest quality tea versus mechanically picked’. These tips helped educate consumers on how to choose leaves for themselves. They started importing premium tea leaves, purchased only from the best lands. Those countries are China, Japan, India, Sri Lanka and Nepal. The sold their leaves and delightful blends locally, at first. As the demand grew, they expanded their leaf selection, by adding herbals and and organics. In 2000 they launched their online store, focusing mostly on traditional and custom blends. In 2009, the second generation of the company began. With this addition, new ideas and new blends came into play. Second generation was very intrigued with the endless health benefits that comes from drinking tea. Health benefits such as, tea contains antioxidants, tea has less caffeine than coffee, tea is a natural diuretic, and the list goes on! Our mission as an online store is to offer the highest quality, premium loose tea leaves and herbal blends, and bring them from the tea regions of the world to the comfort of your home and your teapot.
2017-04-16 19:26
If you have followed the above procedures you will have a quality product assuming, of course, you started with a high quality tea. Teas, like wine, vary greatly and nothing can turn a cheap… Read More
2017-04-16 19:22
A steeping time of 4 to 5 minutes is a good guideline for most sturdy or flavored black teas. In general the smaller the particle size, the shorter the steeping time. Small variations in ste… Read More
2017-04-16 19:17
The most common recommendation is to add one heaping teaspoon of tea per cup. However, while this may be true for a particular person and tea, it doesn’t take into consideration the gr… Read More
2017-04-16 19:12
Water quality has a great effect on the quality of tea. The more delicate the tea, the more important the water quality. In general, if you like the taste of your tap water, it will probably… Read More
2017-04-16 19:04
Equipment The most convenient way to brew loose tea is to use a reusable basket large enough to allow the leaves to unfold and the water to circulate freely. Baskets allow easy separation of… Read More
2017-04-16 19:00
When making a fine tea a few things must be kept in mind. It is not difficult or time consuming but care is required to insure the result in an outstanding cup of tea. The following are the… Read More
2017-04-16 18:45
Teas are divided into whole leaf and broken leaf grades. Terms like Orange Pekoe, Pekoe, and Soughong refer to whole leaf sizes, or grades. The terms do not indicate… Read More
2017-04-16 18:42
The processing rather that the variety of Camellia sinensis determines whether a tea is designated as black (fermented), green (unfermented), or oolong&nbs&hell…Read More
2017-04-15 19:37
Tea is made form the leaves of a plant known as the Camellia sisensis. There are many varieties, sub-varieties,and hybrids,but they are all of the Camellia sisensis family. Tea plant varieti… Read More

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