JAS eTea, LLC - Specializing in Pu-erh and other Premium Chinese Teas

JAS eTea, LLC - Specializing in Pu-erh and other Premium Chinese Teas

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  • Giving Thanks to the Tea Growers

      As a tea vendor and avid tea drinker, I like to join my wife, Janice, at this time of year to say thanks to all the hard-working tea growers out there. As much as we are working hard to earn … Continue reading →

JAS eTea, LLC - Specializing in Pu-erh and other Premium Chinese Teas

Category: Content
Type: Blog Article

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JAS eTea, LLC - Specializing in Pu-erh and other Premium Chinese Teas

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Type: Blog Article

Generated 5 days ago

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  • Rise of “Clonal” Teas

    Having several “clonal” teas in stock in our online store and having just added another, we thought it was time for a good look at what they are and how they are gaining in number among the teas carried by … Continue reading →

JAS eTea, LLC - Specializing in Pu-erh and other Premium Chinese Teas

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  • Gaiwans vs. Teapots — Five Points of Comparison

    In chatting online with various tea lovers, we come across some very strong views on topics related to tea. A recent one was the relative benefits of infusing teas in a gaiwan or a teapot. It’s a topic that has … Continue reading →

JAS eTea, LLC - Specializing in Pu-erh and other Premium Chinese Teas

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  • Pre-Qing Ming Tea Time Is Near!

    The fever has kicked in – the irresistible desire for those fresh white and green teas that will be coming soon. Yes, pre-Qing Ming Tea Time is here, although they will probably not appear on the market until the April … Continue reading →

JAS eTea, LLC - Specializing in Pu-erh and other Premium Chinese Teas

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  • Processing Tea – Hand versus Machine

    Term “hand-crafted tea” is being applied to a lot of teas these days. However, there doesn’t seem to be an official consensus on when a tea is “hand-crafted.” Continue reading →

  • Oolong Teas – an Infographic

    An infographic is a great visual for conveying complex information quickly so we thought we would provide one about the very complex world of oolongs. We simplified things quite a bit but check out the oolong tea infographic below for more details. … Continue reading →

  • EGCG – Facts and Fiction

    EGCG is found in high content in the dried leaves of green tea (7380 mg per 100 g), white tea (4245 mg per 100 g) and, in smaller quantities, black tea. During black tea production, the catechins are mostly converted to theaflavins and thearubigins via polyphenol oxidases (fancy phrase for browning due to oxidation). Continue reading →

JAS eTea, LLC - Specializing in Pu-erh and other Premium Chinese Teas

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  • Doke Silver Needle White Tea

    Doke Silver Needle is a tea hand-crafted from tea buds harvested at first flush (or the first plucking season of the year). This tea derives its name from the fine silvery, thread-like protrusions from the bud that are whitish in color. Continue reading →

JAS eTea, LLC - Specializing in Pu-erh and other Premium Chinese Teas

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  • Oolong Teas – an Infographic

    An infographic is a great visual for conveying complex information quickly so we thought we would provide one about the very complex world of oolongs. We simplified things quite a bit but check out the oolong tea infographic below for more details. Our profuse thanks to all the oolong experts out there who help folks like us […] Continue reading →

  • Purple Tea – Is it real?

    A buzz has been going around the tea industry for a number of years now, claiming that Kenyan tea farmers have a new cultivar with something unique: purple leaves. All sorts of statements have been made about this new cultivar, so we looked into it a bit. As is often the case with tea, our […] Continue reading →

  • Tea Leaf Grading – Outside of China

    In the tea industry, tea leaf grading is the process of evaluating products based on the quality and condition of the tea leaves themselves. The highest grades are referred to as "orange pekoe", and the lowest as "fannings" or "dust." Continue reading →

  • White Tea History – Background Info

    The new 2017 white teas are soon going to be in stock soon so we here at JAS-eTea.com thought a revisit to the history of white teas would be nice. Like all true teas, they are made from the basic tea plant (scientifically known as Camellia sinensis) or one of its varietals, cultivars, or clonals. The […] Continue reading →

  • Doke Tea Estate – Bihar, India

    The establishing of the plantation on Doke Tea Estate commenced in 1999. The estate is located in the Eastern Indian state of Bihar. The very first saplings that were planted have been allowed to grow into trees to serve as a memento to the initial ordeals of establishing a project such as this.[…] Continue reading →

  • Exploring the Nahorhabi Tea Garden

    Having had the recent pleasure of trying a sample of tea from the Nahorhabi tea garden, and having found it quite satisfactory (so much so that we added it to our line-up on the store site), we also wanted to take a bit of a virtual tour of the garden to see what could be […] Continue reading →

  • Thoughts on Tea Health Claims

    Keeping up on news in the world of tea can be rather challenging. Sorting out the real items from the not-so-real is part of that challenge, and so is refraining from passing along through this blog or social media items that are in that latter category. A few things have been of special concern lately, […] Continue reading →

  • Five Ways to Enjoy the Aromas of Your Tea – an Infographic

    So many tea drinkers miss what for a lot of us is the best part of enjoying tea: the aromas. Mainly, this is due to time constraints or being in the habit of using lower grade and/or bagged teas. Loose leaf tea brings this aspect of tea enjoyment back to you and takes only a […] Continue reading →

  • The Legend of Darjeeling

    Legend says winter comes from the hands of Chys Khan, the master of the cold. It is passed from his hands to those of Father Christmas, who is responsible for distributing it throughout the rest of Europe. Both have a … Continue reading →

  • Little-Known Teas Facts

    We like our blog to address tea drinkers at all levels – from those who have been lifelong imbibers to those who are just beginning their exploration of this popular beverage. So, we are presenting some little known tea facts for those new to tea (and we assume that others will probably be aware of […] Continue reading →

JAS eTea, LLC - Specializing in Pu-erh and other Premium Chinese Teas

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