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    • October 17, 2019 What About Black Tea?
      What About Black Tea? As many tea drinkers in the west, tea-bags were my entry into the world of Camellia Sinensis.  I began my tea drinking routine by vigorously bouncing the tea bag up and down in my mug of hot microwaved water, splish splashing the tea over whatever surface it sat.  Once the color was dark enough to my liking, I would slowly pour in the cream and watch it billow up and cloud the dark liquor like a volcano erupting. Once the dramatic plumes blended into that milky tea color - I would deliver heaping spoonfuls of sugar...
    • September 13, 2019 The Northwest Tea Fest - Organizer and Founder of Seattle Tea Fest, Julee Rosenhoff.
      The Northwest Tea Fest - Organizer and Founder of Seattle Tea Fest, Julee Rosenhoff.

      At one point, the Northwest Tea Fest was the only tea festival in the United States. That was 12 years ago when specialty tea was just gaining public interest. Now - the event continues to draw thousands every year. We caught Julee Rosenhoff, event founder and organizer, to talk a little bit about the festival.

    • July 01, 2019 Interview with Portland Tea Festival Founder Jenn Brenner - PDX Tea Fest
      Interview with Portland Tea Festival Founder Jenn Brenner - PDX Tea Fest How do tea festivals emerge?  Who are the visionaries behind these great tea assemblies that bring together entrepreneurs, educators, folk artists, and bother veteran and aspiring tea drinkers alike?  We reached out to Portland Tea Fest founder and organizer Jenn Brenner to learn a little more about the origins of one of the country’s newest festivals. Between cups of tea and preparing for this year’s event - she took the time to answer our questions.  Here is what she had to say:
    • May 21, 2019 Meet Tinjure Tea Coop– Nepal’s First Cooperatively Run Factory
      Meet Tinjure Tea Coop– Nepal’s First Cooperatively Run Factory Just across the border from India’s acclaimed Darjeeling, Ilam is Nepal’s best-known tea producing area. On a clear day, one can see Mt Everest standing hundreds of miles away nestled among the other Himalayan high peaks. Since Nepal was never colonized, all of the tea production in this region has been self-organized, and as a result, Nepal has a higher number of cooperatively run factories than across the border in India.
    Camellia Sinensis bushes, silver oaks, and large forest covered mountains at the tea garden in Darjeeling India Makaibari estate

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