Mmmmm... First flush green tea - there's nothing like it! With a secret longing, tea drinkers can’t wait to get their first taste of spring teas. The first leaves breaking through the stems of tea plants hold nutrients and flavors tea drinkers miss the rest of the year. As the cooler winter months subside and the sun begins to warm the earth, tea plants wake up from their slumber. The … [Read more...]
Tea flush is all about tea leaves and the perfect time to pick them.
Tea flush started in Darjeeling, India in the mid-19th century. Darjeeling sits at 6700 ft. in the Lesser Himalaya mountain range.
Just like growing beautiful flowers or tasty vegetables, everything depends on the weather, namely sun and rain, and additionally, the soil (or terroir) where the … [Read more...]