1. In Their Own Words: Mr. and Mrs. He's Message to Tea Lovers

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    from Verdant Tea Added 14 0 0

    In their own words, Mr. and Mrs. He answer the question: what is the one thing you want to tell tea lovers drinking your tea around the world? We're proud to share every tea the He Family grows in Laoshan Village, Shandong, China. From first picking, hand curled Laoshan Green tea to experimental Laoshan Oolong teas and their incredibly popular new Laoshan Black tea, the He Family hand picks every leaf themselves from their 15 acre organic tea farm, finished in their own family workshop.

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    • Cooking Tips: Cold Brew Teas

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      • Pandatea

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        from Shemet video production Added 495 1 0

        Client: Chay Kitaiskoy Pandy Production: Shemet video prodaction Camera: Dmitry Danilenko (Medo studio) Director: Sasha Smirnova Edit: Sasha Smirnova Motion Design: Alexey Samaray  Colorist: Pavel Podashov (Pol Den) Sound Design: Dmitry Balakin

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        • KitKatSensei

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          A school advertising project to promote Kit-Kat Green Tea. This is not in any way affiliated with Kit-Kat. Kit-Kat Sensei decides to pay the design students at Temasek Poly a little visit. In a midst of a busy submission week, where students struggle to meet deadlines, he gave out a couple of Kit-Kat Green Tea bars to bring the zen to them. Songs used: The Japanese Flute (Zen-Relax-Meditation) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PUD4y0XhWSA Traditional Japanese Music http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2xY6OSv9KyY Happy Background Music http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OrPEoqp4sjg Kevin MacLeod - Five Card Shuffle http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ld17ZTgzW-M

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          • How To Make Tea Sangria recipes / iced tea recipes

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            from H.moment Added 64 0 0

            www.hmoment.com § 티 샹그리아 만들기 § 더운 여름 가족들과 함께 시원한 티 샹그리아 한잔으로 더위를 날려보세요. 오직 몸에 좋은 허브티와 과일만으로 만든 건강한 음료 'Tea Sangria' 준비물: '핑크 레몬에이드' 15g, 사과 1개, 오렌지 1개, 뜨거운 물 600ml 1. 핑크 레몬에이드 15g을 따듯한 물에서 30분 이상 우려주세요. 2. 사과와 오렌지를 얇게 슬라이스로 썰어 주세요. 3. 우려진 '핑크 레몬에이드'에 사과와 오렌지 슬라이스를 넣어주세요. 4. 냉장고에서 2시간 이상 넣어 두어 시원하게 만들어 주세요. 5. 얼음이 담긴 잔에 탄산수와 만들어둔 샹그리아를 섞어 시원하게 즐기세요.

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            • The Kurihara Family - Yame, Japan

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              The Kurihara Family explains the ideal tea-growing environment in Yabe Village, Yame, Japan. The Kurihara Family are the growers of: Yame Shincha (1st Grade) Yame Shincha (3rd Grade) Yame Gyokuro

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              • GreenTea

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                from Mathilde Andersen Added 7 0 0

                1 Minute Project. My film is of a green tea flower flowering. I always thought it was beautiful to watch. "With the chaos of everyday life consuming our senses, it is nice to sit back and enjoy moments and experiences that are often overlooked. This project aims to study the forgotten moments and times in life that we often pass by without acknowledging."

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                • Attention Please, This is Not a Tea Party: The Mandarin's Tea Room

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                  from SkeeterNYC Added 4,518 39 2

                  “To get people in here, there is a process, unfortunately. There’s a questionnaire to even get invited, and we will trick people, sometimes, just for fun.” Meet Timothy Hsu, the founder and tea connoisseur behind The Mandarin’s Tea Room, an underground tea-speakeasy lost in the heart of SoHo. The first time I met Timothy, he got me tea drunk. Sip after sip, I could sense my serious mood slowly vanish. I left giddy. My steps, lighter. My mind, brighter. Timothy was pleased. I never heard of being “tea drunk” before. Never knew it was even a possibility for tea to have that effect on you. And that’s the whole purpose of The Mandarin’s Tea Room: to share the true story of tea. Which, of course, isn’t chai tea or jasmine tea. He’s talking about the real tea leaves, predominately from tea trees in China: camellia sinensis. According to Timothy, tea appreciation has been lost. Industrialization of the tea industry has made the culture of tea too immediate. Drinkers take less time. Timothy believes this cuts the true essence of tea, as a tool to engage your being, or well-being, so to say. Right now, Tim claims there are over 4,000 varietals of tea, each able to deliver different effects on your body (a number that, frankly, blew my mind – I had no idea!). At The Mandarin’s Tea Room, some of the world’s best teas are available to taste. So come. Get comfortable. Take a moment. Slow down. And let Tim enlighten you over a few cups of tea. Thanks for watching food. curated.! Happy slurping!

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                  • Meijiawu Dragon Well, West Lake, Hangzhou Zhejiang China

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                    Currently the Zhu Family has 10 acres of tea plantations, where the land is fertile, surrounded by the overlapping mountains and lush forests, where clouds condense over the tea-growing areas all year round. Dragon Well tea, known as "the best Chinese tea", benefit from the spring rain. Before the Spring Rain, or “Guyu” in Chinese calendar, teas made with the finest bud tip of tea leaves are plucked between April 5 and April 20. Due to the warm weather, the shoots grow relatively rapidly and accumulate more nutrition and other substances. Therefore, tea before the spring rain has a taste of freshness and richness with a long-lasting flavor.

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