We're creeping up on the spookiest day of the year, which will undoubtedly be filled with haunting sounds, slinking cats, and tempting treats. These chocolate, fruit, sweet, sour, and gummy candies are tastiest when enjoyed in moderation and paired with tea. Here are some lip-smacking ways to enjoy your favorite Halloween candy with the tea in your kitchen cabinet.
Tea terroir is a combination of climate, elevation, soil, ecosystem, and countless other environmental factors that influence a tea's quality. In this article, I'm going to delve into two teas' terroirs.
There are two important qualities of soil that impact the flavor of tea and contribute to what is known as that tea’s terroir: acidity and nutrients.
If you've done a wine tasting before you may have heard the term terroir thrown around by the sommelier. Terroir is used to refer to the group of environmental factors like altitude, climate and soil composition that influences the taste of the wine, or in our case, the tea. In this post, I'll focus on the effect of climate, an element of terroir, on tea.