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Tyler

Staff Chronicles

3 Dollars a Cup or Retail?

By On July 29, 2008

The title question came in from a wholesale customer with Art of Tea and here is my answer… Pricing is always more expensive to be served something than to buy it retail. There are… Read More

Brewing Tea

Ti Kwan Yin – Green

By On October 2, 2007

The English translation of Ti Kwan Yin is “Iron Goddess of Mercy”. I think the translation of our TKY – Green should be “all day tea”. That’s what I like to call… Read More

Brewing Tea

Oxidized to Purple-fection

By On September 12, 2007

Oolong teas have been gaining popularity in Western Societies for the last several years. Many people have touted the health benefits of oolongs for their high level of antioxidants and increased metabolic… Read More

Brewing Tea

Cold Brew Iced Tea Directions

By On September 9, 2007

Late summer is the perfect time for iced tea – a refreshing way to get all the benefits of your favorite tea. I’ve lately been playing around with making sun tea –… Read More

Tea Profiles

Iron Goddess of Mercy – Ti Kuan Yin

By On July 25, 2007

Iron Goddess of Mercy is grown on China’s high hilltops amongst fresh streams and cool, crisp air. ITt is an Oolong, yet Green tea. Tender leaves are gently basket tossed immediately after… Read More

Gifts, Holidays & Events

Introducing a Friend to Tea

By On June 20, 2007

This week I returned from the World Tea Expo in Atlanta. It was a great trip and much fun was had by all. The Art of Tea booth was very busy all… Read More

Brewing Tea

Tea Is Hot | ICED

By On May 23, 2007

Damn it’s getting hot! I don’t know where you are while you read this but if you are in the northern half of this ball we call earth you are probably getting… Read More

Art of Tea News

Art of Tea brings TNT to Social Nightclub

By On March 26, 2007

It’s not often that you get to walk into one of the hottest night clubs in L.A. without waiting in line. Yet there I was walking through the side entrance of Social,… Read More