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[Recipe] Iced Lung Ching

by Niraj Lama August 26, 2014 0 Comments

Sometimes it's fun to mix up traditional tea a bit.

For this summer one of the recipes we concocted was iced Dragon Well (Lung Ching - Jade Mountain) infused with peach. You are welcome to help us name it.

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How to make a good cup of Darjeeling

by Niraj Lama June 06, 2014 0 Comments

Sen Rikyu, the great Japanese tea master said: "Chado (Way of Tea) is nothing but bringing hot water to tea leaves and drinking it." We adopt the master's way in making of Darjeeling for this video. This is a simple but tried and tested method for getting the best out of your Darjeeling.

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Cold brewing Darjeeling, heaven in a cup.

by Niraj Lama May 31, 2013 0 Comments

The tradition of cold brewing tea is old. It is believed to have originated in Japan, where people just poured cold water over tea in a pitcher that was left to sit for hours in the coolest part of the house. The resultant brew was cool, smooth, full of flavor and very little bitterness.

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