Category: Knowledge

Category: Knowledge

Sensory evaluation of Chinese tea
January 18, 2021 Chinese tea evaluation methods ctma

Sensory evaluation of tea is a technical evaluation work based on people’s subjective feelings. Specific external conditions, unified evaluation equipment and standardized evaluation procedures are the premise and guarantee to ensure the successful completion of tea sensory evaluation. 1.Tea evaluation equipment Cylindrical cup Function: suitable for green tea, black tea, yellow tea, dark tea and white

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Seattle Tea Shop Specializes in Taiwanese Oolongs
January 3, 2020 Knowledge Elizabeth Dobos

Shiuwen Tai in Taiwan is a tea shop in Seattle’s Ballard neighborhood that specializes in Taiwanese oolongs. Owner Shiuwen Tai, who was born in Tainan, Taiwan, makes regular trips back to the country so she can obtain and share its acclaimed teas with others. She began her tea career by hosting tea tastings at her

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Knowledge
January 1, 2020 Knowledge ctma

Chapter 1 Origin of tea Section 1 Origin of tea tree Section 2 Distribution of tea producing areas Chapter 2 Chinese Tea Classification Section 1 Green tea Jiangsu green tea: Dongting Biluochun Zhejiang green tea: West Lake Longjing, Anji white tea, Buddha Longjing、Songyang silver monkey Anhui green tea: Huangshan Maofeng, Lu’an Guapian, Taiping Houkui Jiangxi

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Tetley’s Sebastian Michaelis will Keynote World Tea Conference + Expo
November 26, 2019 Knowledge Elizabeth Dobos

Sebastian Michaelis (Photo courtesy of Sebastian Michaelis) Tetley’s Sebastian Michaelis will be the Keynote Speaker at the in Denver, Colorado in June 2020. As Tetley’s new head of the International Division he will oversee the buying and blending for all of Tetley’s brands worldwide. Michaelis grew up in the United Kingdom drinking a “builder’s brew”

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Underappreciated Teapot Earns Surprised Owner $1 Million at Auction
November 18, 2019 Knowledge Aravinda Anantharaman

The Qianlong teapot that sold for $1 million in the UK in early November. The green glaze celadon pot has a finial of a peach and pip on the lid, and is dated back to the 18th century. (Photo source: dukes-auction.com/photography by Jonathan Gooding) A Dorset England resident’s celadon ceramic teapot with a slightly cracked

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Brian Keating Gratitude Scholarship Awarded to Elsa Carette
November 18, 2019 Knowledge Elizabeth Dobos

Elsa Carette at Obubu Cha En (Photo courtesy of Elsa Carette) has awarded the Brian Keating Gratitude Scholarship to Elsa Carette. “I was so honored, touched and thrilled to receive the scholarship,” Carette said. World Tea Academy Director Lisa Boalt Richardson said there were many strong scholarship submissions, which made narrowing the evaluation process down

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Maria Uspenski on Being ‘Healthy, Happy and Hydrated with Teas’
October 28, 2019 Knowledge Aaron Kiel

Maria Uspenski Maria Uspenski, founder and CEO of , will present at the first annual , taking place Nov. 1 – 3, 2019, at the Holiday Inn Mart Plaza in the River North neighborhood of Chicago. Uspenski will share insights on being “Healthy, Happy and Hydrated with Teas and Functional Herbs.” The session will take

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Meet Anthony Capobianco, Global Tea Championship Judge
October 24, 2019 Knowledge Elizabeth Dobos

Anothony Capobionaco Anthony Capobianco has more than 10 years of tea industry experience. In 2008, he founded Zen Tea Traders, a full-leaf artisan tea purveyor. He expanded his knowledge of tea cupping in Japan. He also consults with tea companies to assist them in improving their customer experience thereby increasing revenue, as well as consulting

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World Tea Academy Graduates Speak of the Courses’ Value
October 15, 2019 Knowledge Elizabeth Dobos

Two of students, Terri Allmon and Marzi Pecen, who have taken all of the courses the academy has to offer, share their reflections on how the courses have enriched them intellectually and professionally. Both emphasized the convenience of the online courses combined with the value of being able to discuss course material with instructors. Allmon

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World Tea Academy Graduates Speak of the Courses’ Value
October 15, 2019 Knowledge Elizabeth Dobos

Two of students, Terri Allmon and Marzi Pecen, who have taken all of the courses the academy has to offer, share their reflections on how the courses have enriched them intellectually and professionally. Both emphasized the convenience of the online courses combined with the value of being able to discuss course material with instructors. Allmon

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