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An Introduction to White tea

Owe your biases, don’t owned by them. Abhijit Naskar I admit that I ever thought White tea is boring, just three teas Silver Needle, White Peony and Shou Mei and all flat and insipid. I know some of you may have such idea or even never heard about it, what a shame. Luckily a White […]

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singing bird

We will sing again

First of all, we own you our supporters an explanation, all products were put to Out-of-Stock status thus ceased selling for past several months. Today, we are ready to re-open. The COVID-19 disturbs everything, people locks down, logistics freezes then slowly recover but take more time for shipping, Reddit user @ThomasFromOhio shared how his package […]

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The journey to the colorful white tea

Do you love white tea? Yes, then you can jump to the product, if your answer is NO then you might want to continue the reading. First of all, let me tell you a real story that happened to me. In 2011, summer night I visited a white tea factory who mostly do tea export […]

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ERROR – Why no email received after order placed?

What happened? Recently some people who placed an order on helloteababy.com may not receive confirmation email or shipping notice, this is our IT fault. We noticed this problem yesterday on August 28 and make it resolved on August 29. We are truly sorry about the delayed shipment, to make it a bit right, two Not-For-Sale […]

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Community Supported Tea

What makes a tea better?

First thing first, from today, the Community Supported Tea (CST) program is ONLINE, check the teas available to support the farmers. Trigger to launch CST The Teababy team has been in tea industry for very long time, we exchange tea making experience with different producers in different areas, however we mostly focus on ourself ex. […]

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Mei Zhan, the Plum Blossom

Each of the many tea varietals grown across Fujian Province has its history. Steeped in folklore and rooted in the red-brown soil are tea plants that have been cultivated for generations, and bearing witness to great change in the world around. Think of Tie Guanyin, the “Iron Goddess” and Huangjin Gui, “Golden Osmanthus.” Consider Mei […]

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Tea “mother trees” of Anxi County

Nestled in the hills of Anxi County in Fujian Province are villages where tea cultivation goes back centuries and where local histories are entwined with the plants rooted there. Legends of long-ago farmers and mystical encounters take botanical form in the stories people tell about their local tea varietals. Contemporary tea enthusiasts have taken note […]

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Tea leaf dewdrop

Spring tea report 2020

There was a raining last midnight which kept me exciting very much that can barely get me into sleep, water in the spring is always precious, we suffered this drought last year and which delayed the harvest time more than one week. Right now is the picking time for buds only green tea and black […]

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How bad coronavirus cause to China tea industry?

FIRST QUESTION Is it safe to drink Chinese tea now? Short answer is YES. Let’s dig deeper. According to the Chinese Medical experts of National Health Commission and the Minnesota Department of Health, the Coronavirus can only survive on inanimate objects for a few hours, maybe a day or two in perfect laboratory condition. The […]

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A brief history of ripe Puer tea

“Holy shit, it’s on the ground.” After so many years, still can remember the feeling that saw how to make the Ripe Puer in the factory, it’s a huge factory and hundred tons of teas just sat on the cement floor. What will you think when you get this picture? Actually it’s the right way […]

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