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Wednesday, 26 November 2014
First things first, decaf doesn’t mean caffeine free it does have a much lower level of caffeine compared with non-decaffeinated tea however it is not entirely caffeine free. The family of plant responsible for producing all the black, green, oolong and white teas we enjoy, camellia sinensis, naturally contains caffeine…
Saturday, 23 August 2014
Ok, so after some research on tea tasting techniques i have here for you the BEST way to taste tea. No procedures, no timing, no correct amount of water, no ‘right’ teapot, mug or spittoon (whatever that is), nothing at all! The ‘correct’ way so to speak is simply having…
Thursday, 22 May 2014
From time to time we receive an email that surprises us and thats just what happened this week when Beth wrote to ask us how to go about brewing a cup of tea. She was ready to ditch the tea bags and make the move to good quality loose tea…
Wednesday, 26 March 2014
The strong tea of the Assam region was first grown wild in the jungles for hundreds of years before being commercially produced by the British East India Company in the early 1800’s with estates created throughout the low lying areas of the Assam valley in North Eastern India. Our Single…
Friday, 07 March 2014
Welcome to our blog, when it comes to the perfect cup of tea, Red Leaf Tea isn’t about the business but rather the enjoyment and the indulgence. After enjoying the best teas from across Europe and Asia on our travels we wanted to bring that same experience back home with…