This video will show you how to brew Chinese black tea - Jin Jun Mei (Golden Eyebrow Lapsang Souchong Black Tea), Golden Eyebrow Lapsang Souchong, in Chinese, it is called "Jin Jun Mei", which is made of tea bud tips. Jin Jun Mei black tea is one of the most challenging, expensive, and demanding black teas produced in China. Super strict picking standard is set up for this tea, which must be picked before Tomb-sweeping Day from a rare and primitive specie of wild tea which grows on mountains in the National Natural Conservation Area of Wuyi Mountain, with an attitude of 1500 to 1800 meters. A skilled female picker can only pluck about 2000 pieces of tea bud tips per day; However, for 500g Jin Jun Mei Black Tea, it requires at least 58,000 pieces of tea buds to make 500g finished products. In other words, this skilled tea picker should pluck at least 29 days, so that 500g Jin Jun Mei Black Tea can come into exisiting.
Dr Oolong will show you how Steeping Loose Tea Is Easy With A Perfect Tea Maker!
Dr Oolong will show you how Steeping Loose Tea Is Easy Using a simple Tea Filter!
Dr Oolong will cover the basics of loose black tea tasting.
Dr Oolong will show you the basics of how to brew Green Tea!
Dr Oolong will cover the basics of brewing oolong tea in all of its delicious nuance!
In Episode 5, Dr. Tea answers viewer emails about tea preparation and ice teas. Find out what not to get bogged down with when making a healthy pot of tea.
He passing the freshly brewed tea and milk from two big metal mugs to the other with a "pour and pull" action.
In this episode join us with Tea-Sommelier Christine Savage at Samovar Tea Lounge as we discuss "tea basics."
- What is Tea?
- How to determine quality tea
- How to brew tea
- About Fair Trade and Organic tea
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This week on Hawaiian Grown TV, Executive Chef Grant Kawasaki tours Hawaiian Commercial & Sugar Company. They have been growing and milling sugarcane on their central Maui Plantation for over 130 years and is the last running sugar mill in Hawaii. Handcrafted one batch at a time, their sugars retain some of the molasses that gives them their natural color and rich flavor and add nothing artificial or synthetic, insuring you of a naturally sweet Hawaiian Grown product.
Next we follow the sugar to an award winning Plantation Ice Tea by Indulge Hawaii. This fresh beverage is made from organic brewed tea, organic fruit juice, and of course Maui Sugar. Last, we stop by the UH campus center to pick up some of this refreshing drink.
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