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The Beginner's Guide To Pu-erh Tea

The Beginner's Guide To Pu-erh Tea

Pu-erh is a tea that has been used in China by the herbalist due to its significant benefits for a long time. Its leaves are composed of compound f...
The Complete Guide To Oolong Tea

The Complete Guide To Oolong Tea

What Is Oolong Tea? Oolong, or Wu-lang, tea is a China tea that is semi-oxidized and therefore lies somewhere between fully oxidized black tea and ...
Does Chai Tea Have Caffeine? Get The Inside Scoop

Does Chai Tea Have Caffeine? Get The Inside Scoop

Chai tea in many of its forms is one of the most popular hot beverages across the world. Although many people see it as an alternative to coffee, t...
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Stirring up the Matcha Green Tea Trend

It’s the hipster’s choice of tea, the health fanatics favorite ingredient, and the world’s natural cure to sickness and disease. It’s a trending be...
The Art of Blending Loose Leaf Teas

The Art of Blending Loose Leaf Teas

Did you know there is an art to blending tea in order to make the perfect iced tea beverage? It takes the right fruits, herbs, flowers and most imp...
Clari-Tea House now at Artisan Food Guild

Clari-Tea House now at Artisan Food Guild

I recently had the pleasure of meeting with some of the good folks at Artisan Food Guild in Phoenix AZ and am pleased to announce that you can now ...
Have You Gone Green?

Have You Gone Green?

When we're out and about at events meeting people, we often ask them what kind of tea they like. Lots of folks just say "green tea", but many are really surprised to learn that there are tons of green teas out there. It could be said that green tea really isn't a noun, it's an adjective. A single name doesn’t do green tea justice because there are so many different types available.
Be a Tea Trendsetter

Be a Tea Trendsetter

Tea used to be seen as the "English drink" on this side of the pond, but no more; hot tea consumption is on the rise in the United States. In Twitter-speak, it's "trending!"

Research from Euromonitor International suggests that while Lipton continues to be the top-selling tea brand in the U.S., Americans are expanding their palates and starting to enjoy more exotic premium teas, with bold flavors like our own Clari-Tea House varieties in greater numbers.

First Customer - A Special Moment

First Customer - A Special Moment

This is a photo of Butterfly Rose Cherry with Rose Colored Productions and I at Rays Farmers Market in Tempe, AZ. 
Tea Mastery Classes

Tea Mastery Classes

You don't become an expert in something without hard work, lots of study and a great deal of passion for the subject. As the Clari-Tea House Tea Ma...
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