The Art of Tea | Cha Ren Talk 茶人說

  • Winter Tea Snack - Baked Salty Mandarin

    Back in my hometown, mandarins ripen around late November to December.  We love the citrus aroma from mandarin peels. It gives off a vibrant and e...
  • Ice Brewed Red Tea

    I have this red tea from a tea master friend in Yun Nan. It has a nice fruity floral taste, however sometime it is easily to get lost under hot wat...
  • Fall Chrysanthemum Tea 菊香清風中

    Since the ancient time, Chinese people has the habit of putting chrysanthemums into tea. People believes that chrysanthemum provides mild cooling ...
  • Ten Classes About The Art of Tea

    Hi everyone,  I am very excited to share that I am working with a few partners in North California area to provide training classes. Please read th...
  • "San Qing" 三清 Gaiwan in Qing Palace

    Every emperor in the Qing Dynasty (1644-1911) loved drinking tea. Tea was every popular in the palace. The Qing palace had a place specially design...
  • First tea blog post!!

    Hi everyone, thank you so much for checking out my website. Over the past week, I have been getting messages from my tea friends all over the world...