• CLAYzhou

    TEA from CHINA

    October 28, 2019 by CLAYzhou

    The main black tea producing area of Guizhou Zunyi Meitan, beautiful mountains and rivers, pleasant climate, beautiful Mekong River across the north and south, streams winding, crisscross. The mountain is high, the rain is heavy, the fog is heavy, the temperature difference between day and night is obvious, the soil is fertile, the texture is loose, the inorganic nutrient and organic matter content is rich. Since 2008, we have fully developed Qianmei series national clone improved varieties

    A cup of good tea, from fresh leaves to tea, needs to experience 1 / 2 days of experience. Tea needs eight complex processes, such as tea picking, withering, twisting, unblocking, fermentation, modeling, drying to selection.

    As far as the quality charact…

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  • Kirkburn

    Hey Tea Wiki!

    One of our current projects is to look into updating the page header area - that is, the area which currently contains the wordmark, local navigation and contribute button.

    We want to make sure the page header area is as useful as it can be - both for the newbie who has never visited your wiki before and for the experienced editors. We're also keen on making the mobile and desktop experience feel a bit more connected.

    We've been spending some time looking into what improvements could be made, and you can read much more about our research and findings on this Community Central forum post.

    As a result of this research, we've come up with a potential concept for how the page header could look:

    Though the layout is somewhat different, it…

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  • Indo3333and1willpen

    hello!!!!!!!!!!! i'm indo3333!!!!!!!!!! i'm friendly editor!!!! so marctristan09 he's love to drink tea beacuse i'm here marctristan09 needed.

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  • Lethargic Yuki Co.

    Tea?! TEA?!

    February 2, 2016 by Lethargic Yuki Co.

    There really is a wiki for everything.

    There is also a Coffee wiki #and# a 'Tea and Coffee Wiki': see also Tea in the Wikiverse. Jackiespeel (talk) 09:46, February 2, 2016 (UTC)
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  • KittyKT

    Help: Survey

    January 14, 2016 by KittyKT

    Dear fellow wikians of WikiTea,

    I am a student doing a research project on tea and wanted to add a survey to my project, so I ask you to please help me out by voting on this poll. The more people that can do it will be great. It will not ask you for personal information. Thank you for your help if you vote! If you don't want to vote that's okay with me. Thank you! 

    Update: This is no longer needed!



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  • PatrickCunningham

    Greetings citizens of the world. This is Mr. Cunningham. I am posting this because II Anonymous wiki needs help We have less than 50 articles & we have stubs. The rest of the information is at the wiki. I am going to be leaving a link down below to the Wiki. You do not have to join as it is your choice. We are Anonymous, we are legion we do not forgive, we do not forget, expect us at Anonymous wiki. PatrickCunningham (talk) 07:47, November 3, 2015 (UTC)

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  • Rosie lea tea uk

    We used to sell Lapsang Souchong Biscuits and loved them. 

    Here is a recipe to make them yourself. To be honest, you could replace the particular tea with any other you fancied trying.

    Ingredients • 200g/7oz unsalted butter, softened • 200g/7oz caster sugar • 2 tsp Lapsang Souchong tea (grind the tea leaves to a fine size using a pestle and mortar) • 1 large free-range egg, lightly beaten • 400g/14oz plain flour, plus extra for dusting • Baking parchment

    Preparation method

    • In a large mixing bowl, cream the butter and sugar with the tea using a wooden spoon. Add the egg and beat in until well combined. Add the flour and mix in to make a dough. • Using your hands, gather the dough together into a ball, then wrap it in cling film and leave in t…

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  • Rosie lea tea uk

    How to Store Tea

    November 30, 2014 by Rosie lea tea uk

    Want to keep your tea fresh and flavoursome? There are five main enemies to tea: light, air, heat, moisture and odour. The best way to store tea, be it loose tea or tea bags, is in an airtight container kept in a dark, cool and dry environment. Tin cans and ceramic canisters with airtight lids are excellent choices for long-term storage. Glass or clear plastic containers are not good places for keeping tea

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  • Thyone


    November 30, 2014 by Thyone

    I recently bought a tea called Hodicha but I cannot find anything online to figure out what type of tea this is and what the benefits are. Has anyone else heard of this tea or know anything about it?

    Have you tried searching under the name of the company involved? Jackiespeel (talk) 11:02, November 30, 2014 (UTC)

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  • Under Par

    um im just wondering

    November 6, 2014 by Under Par

    why dont you call it "wiktea"

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  • Lovetea21

    Understanding Oolong Tea

    August 29, 2014 by Lovetea21

    Oolong is a tea that originated and is primarily grown in China and Taiwan. This tea varies in both flavor and its fermentation process than loose black tea and loose green tea. The fermentation process involves hand-picking the tea leaves from the Camellia sinensis plant, withering the leaves under natural sunlight, undergoing an oxidation process, which is done at varying levels ranging from 8% to 80% and a roasting process. The higher the degree of oxidation, the darker the roast of oolong tea is. The level of oxidation will create a varying taste in this tea as well.

    The flavor and aroma of oolong tea has quite the broad range--from fruity and sweet with a honey smell, to fresh and green with a flowery scent, to a woody taste with a roa…

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  • Lovetea21

    Most of us start our day with a cup of tea in the morning. Around the world tea had always been the most consumed beverage than any other one. It is not only refreshing but offers health benefits too.


    This nature’s delicious gift originated from China and was then brought to Japan in A.D. 803-805.The Japanese Emperor ordered for the cultivation of it where different varieties were born. This became known to Asia and then quickly spread all over the world.   

    Varieties of loose leaf green tea:-

    It is made of ‘CamelliaSinensis’ –a plant species from which all sorts of teas are made. To make its big tea buds are picked and dried/heated to stop fermentation of loose leaf green tea. The Chinese method to heat the leaves and to remove moistur…

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  • DaIsland

    Billings Black Tea

    June 18, 2014 by DaIsland

    Hello and thank you for your time. I have a great drink you should try. It is black tea with real coconut milk. This rich in taste drink is full of antioxidants and a healthy choice for everyone.

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  • Sharmagirl

    Masala Tea types

    June 18, 2014 by Sharmagirl

    India is amongst the biggest Tea producing nations. Other major tea producing nations are China, Kenya, Sri Lanka, etc. Tea culture and tea drinking habit is very popular in India. The cultivation of tea in India grew during the commercial initiative taken by British East Indian Company.  By the formation of Tea Board of India in 1953, the tea gained huge popularity among Indian consumers. 

    Indians drink all kinds of tea products. Tea in Hindi language is called chai. Indians love to add herbal & spicey elements in their daily beverage “Chai”. They call it by the name of Masala Tea or Masala Chai or Spiced Tea ( Masala means Spices in Hindi). Based on the ingredients or spices are the Masala Chai is categorized. The spices are as follows:

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  • Asnow89

    National Hot Tea Month

    January 14, 2014 by Asnow89

    This blog has been , a Recipes Wiki Staff blog. Read more >
  • Urbanfae

    Iced Tea and Icy Weather

    January 6, 2014 by Urbanfae

    It's freaking cold outside in Michigan right now.  The weather's predicted to drop to -11 overnight.  Yet, I'm about to make another cup of iced jasmine tea.

    Why? Because the cold weather means a lot of dry air which means a lot of dry skin.  My lips are chapped (eventhough I haven't even ventured outside), and my hands feel like alligator skin.  Hydration seems especially important in winter.  I'm not fond of plain, old water, and I've outgrown my taste for pop, so that leaves tea.  I also love jasmine since the fragrance reminds me of summertime and warmer days.

    So while other people are guzzling hot chocolate, I'll be brewing up a batch of my favorite all-season beverage: iced tea.

    What about you?  Do you think iced tea is a summer thing o…

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  • Blueberry6014 a fresh look at fashion virtually for the Hallow Dayze...Blueberry6014 (talk) 22:19, October 22, 2013 (UTC) (talk) 22:19, October 22, 2013 (UTC)]] (talk) 22:19, October 22, 2013 (UTC)]] (talk) 22:19, October 22, 2013 (UTC)]]

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  • Blueberry6014


    October 21, 2013 by Blueberry6014

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    • Add links to my/our favorite pages on the wiki here!
    • Favorite page #2
    • Favorite page #3 Blueberry6014 (talk) 18:50, October 21, 2013 (UTC)
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  • Emmahnv

    This is China's most famous tea and simply the best of all Long Jing variety. Xi Hu Long Jing has more than a thousand years of recorded history and was mentioned in the first ever tea book (Cha Ching) by Lu Yu during the Tang Dynasty. So popular that even Queen Elizabeth II, former US President Richard Nixon, and Henry Kissinger once tasted this tea during their visit to China. Lion (Shi) is one of the most famous brand in Hang Zhou for Xi Hu Long Jing. This brand name has become a synonym for quality Xi Hu Long Jing. The tea leaves are from the second degree protected farms within the designated 168 sq km of Xi Hu area, thus the price is much more affordable. Now, everyone can enjoy China's number one tea.

    Lion Brand West Lake Dragonwell,…

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  • Emmahnv

    This is the absolute best grade of Liu An Gua Pian from Anhui Liuan Guapian Tea Industry, one of the China's Top 100 Tea Factory and widely regarded as the best Liu An Gua Pian tea producer in the country. Liu An Gua Pian tea is a very old tea with history dating back to the Ming Dynasty (1368-1644). It had always been a famous in China even in ancient times, where it was highly praised by scholars and people in the Imperial family. History records suggest that Empress Dowager Cixi (Qing Dynasty) was extremely fond of this tea, consuming almost 14 liang (about 700 grams) every month. Gua Pian tea was also mentioned repeatedly (80 times!) in the renowned Chinese Novel - "Dream of Red Mansion". It was selected as the National Gift Tea to the…

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  • Emmahnv

    Ting Xi Lan Xiang - Green Tea

    September 2, 2013 by Emmahnv

    Originating from Ting Xi Village located in southern An Hui province, Lan Xiang tea is one of An Hui province's Top 10 Famous Tea along with other great teas such as Tai Ping Hou Kui, Lu An Gua Pian and Huang Shan Mao Feng. "Lan Xiang" means Orchid Fragrant, a beautiful name it owes to its naturally sweet orchid-like aroma and taste. Tin Xi Lan Xi

    ang is created based on the highest grading standards. When Deng Xiao Ping (late leader of the Communist Party of China) tasted Ting Xi Lan Xiang for the first time, he made this remark: "This is a good tea that I will be drinking regularly. It is comparable to the best Huang Shan Mao Feng and Xi Hu Long Jing".

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  • Emmahnv

    Gu Zhang Mao Jian has been well known since ancient times when it was a tribute to the imperial family. Because of its unique quality, it enjoys good sales both at home and abroad.

    The tea plants growing in Guzhang county, weat mountain regions of Hunan, China, have along long history and unquie features of the wonderful land and great people. Densely covered woods and primitive forests, abundant rain falls, mild climate, organic soils with such rich minerals as phosphor and selenium, all contribute to the unique geographic positions for the natural plants, espacially for tea growing, it is the creations of the great nature!

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  • Emmahnv

    Xu Fu Long Ya - Green Tea

    August 15, 2013 by Emmahnv

    Xu Fu Long Ya is a fairly new tea, having just been introduced by Xu Fu Tea Industry in 1997. In the short few years, it has already won multiple awards and is now one of Si Chuan province's Top Ten Tea. The name Long Ya literally translates to "Dragon Tooth", a name given due to the unique appearance of the leaf, which resembles the fang of a dragon. This tea is special not just for its exceptional quality, but also for its reputation as one of the earliest spring tea to hit the market every year.

    The tea leaves are hand-plucked by Miao Minority young ladies with small hands and fingers in the middle of February every year and processed by Xu Fu Tea Industry's best tea masters. The organic tea farms have been around for around 1600 years. T…

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  • Blueberr6014

    Japanese Way of Tea

    August 11, 2013 by Blueberr6014

    Zen..the Japanese or Zen version of the Tea Ceremony is one's appreciation of Tea as an art sense of an almost sincere religion of Beauty.

    The Japanese Zen Gardens at Balboa Park South. Cali. is one place I've enjoy'd the setting of a Zenish meditation. A Cafe' provides opportunity for foodra & drink...At home here I prepare a Tea such as Chai or Bem Import tea or just a good regular style of local tea-bag style(black or green, or Ginger). I Brew'd in pot or macro-oven till dark begins to stir in the tea water (or i pour hot water into the cup with tea bag already prepair'd.) I often put some of my flavourite Zenish music for background inspiration or new-age equiverlent ...Zen Japanese Flute music is one of my flavourite.

    I often i…

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  • Blueberr6014


    August 10, 2013 by Blueberr6014

    Coffee & Tea House Support

    I asppreciate the Coffee response here(&at Facebook) for the Tea& Coffee Wiki. Thanks'Merci!Gracias!

    Blueberr6014 (talk) 19:50, August 10, 2013 (UTC) a Tea/Coffee friendly supporter...

    Blueberr6014 (talk) 19:50, August 10, 2013 (UTC)]]

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  • Bernardo Diaz

    Wild Hibiscus Tea

    June 15, 2013 by Bernardo Diaz
    1. REDIRECT (Wild Hibiscus Tea)
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  • NeveRsLeePwitHme


    May 6, 2013 by NeveRsLeePwitHme

    Tea... BRILLIANT!

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  • -Price-

    This wiki

    March 22, 2013 by -Price-

    Is ingenious.

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  • UglyTurtle

    My favourite type of tea is green tea because of it's taste and health benefits.

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  • Haileye

    Good Teas

    January 28, 2013 by Haileye

    Leave comments of types of tea u like

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  • Xean

    It's Time To Play

    October 30, 2012 by Xean

    Wikia is rolling out a fun new initiative for the holiday season called “Time to Play” where we ask our wikis what page they’re most proud of. We want to know which page you would want to have represent .

    There will be an official blog going out on Nov. 1 but we wanted to reach out to you early and see if you were interested in participating now.

    If you wanted to participate, a “Time to Play” badge would go up on the right rail of the mainpage that links users to the page that you choose, while the footer will live on that same page that links to hub pages eg. for Time to Play goodies. You can see how the badge looks by clicking here and how the footer will appear by clicking here.

    We will feature on http:/…

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  • JuliaPierce

    Favorite Kind of Tea

    August 19, 2012 by JuliaPierce

    Hello, everyone! Since this is WikiTea, I was just wondering what everyone's favorite kind of tea was?

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  • BRG

    Just wondering

    December 27, 2011 by BRG

    I'm just wondering what function this blog actually is supposed to serve. I see that nobody has posted on any of these for a month and a half, and that person seems to have quit any involvement with this wiki since posting. I expect to be involved with this wiki for much longer, but it will have to coexist with three wikis I run and a fourth that I'm hoping to adopt. -- BruceG 12:56, December 27, 2011 (UTC)

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  • DarthCookie


    November 12, 2011 by DarthCookie

    Hi all, I'm here for a project I'm doing on tea, I've always been an avid tea drinker, but now I finally found this wiki. I just had to make a goals list for here as I did with The Sims Wiki:

    • Reach 700 edits.
    • Add at least 30 wanted pages.
    • Become an Administrator.
    • Become popular here.
    • Contribute as much as possible.

    As in all of my wiki's that I edit and administer, I put my all into the editing that goes on there. And I'm proud to say that I've never been blocked before, only warned once.  :)

    Anyway, I'll be around here for some time, as I am known frequently to flit from wiki to wiki, but always remembering each wiki and visiting every now and then. Good luck to me!

    - TSW Administrator, DarthCookie

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  • SpikeToronto


    November 9, 2011 by SpikeToronto

    I was thinking that we should consider activating the new MessageWall here at WikiTea. Currently, it will only impact the user talk namespace. However, it will eventually be rolled out to all talk namespaces at Wikia. So, we might as well get used to it here at WikiTea now.

    Plus, I think that, while it is not a good fit for some wikis, the MessageWall would be a good fit here at WikiTea. Thanks!

    For further information, see:

    • w:c:community:Message Wall,
    • w:c:communitytest:User blog:Dopp/Message Wall is LIVE for Testing, and
    • w:c:community:User blog:Dopp/Communicate Easily with Message Wall

    SpikeToronto 23:16, November 9, 2011 (UTC)

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  • Fandyllic

    Welcome to WikiTea!

    July 29, 2011 by Fandyllic

    For the love of tea! Please help us share the knowledge of tea!

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