Dominik Jurasz is a qualified tea sommelier and Head of Teas at Mandarin Oriental Hyde Park, winner of The Afternoon Tea Awards ‘Best Tea Service 2019’, he shares his top tips for creating a
You're brewing tea and want the best from the leaf. Follow these three golden rules which will make or break your infusion. We call them the three T's.
Black, oolong, green and white tea all originate from the same plant, the Camellia sinensis. However, each tea style has a different look, taste and chemical content due to the way it is processed.
A simple introduction to Chinese green tea; its history, how it's grown and produced, and the different green tea varieties available.
Soho House asked us to share our tips on how to make the perfect cup of tea for their latest book, Morning Noon Night: A Way of Living. In this post we reveal some of the tips we share in the book.
We receive many queries about tea and its caffeine content. Unfortunately for the curious tea-drinker, there are innumerable myths circulating regarding tea and caffeine, usually propagated in
Chinese Black Tea, known locally as Red Tea (Hong Cha), is fully-oxidised whole leaf tea. The best whole leaf Black Teas are made by hand, in contrast to the commercial CTC (crush, tear and curl)