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By Helen Xu Fei
Oolong tea is gaining in popularity as more gourmet choices are introduced to tea lovers worldwide. The semi-oxidized tea originated from Fujian province in China some 300 to 400 years ago. Over time, Fujian, Taiwan and Guangdong became leading producers boasting of distinctive gourmet origin oolongs respectively. In northern Fujian, Wuyi rock tea (wu yi yan cha) is a signature origin oolong. The tea grows in gaps and cracks of rocks on Mount Wuyi, hence the name. It is an intensely oxidized and heavily roasted dark oolong in long curly shapes with amber or reddish brown liquid.Read more...
Dethlefsen & Balk (D&B), the renowned trading house, tea refiner, tea accessory designer and coffee roaster, celebrated its 175th anniversary this year.
The company combines the Hanseatic tea tradition with modern business culture.
By Jane Pettigrew
Since 2000, Kenyan farmers have been running their own tea business independently from government. How did the privatisation come abo...
By Heneage Mitchell
Singaporean coffee lovers and fans of the Australian gourmet chain Toby’s Estate welcomed the opening of the well-known artisanal ...
By Jane Pettigrew
Tea may still be brewed at home using kettles and traditional teapots, but in the catering environment, new inventions are taking ove...
Today metal cans, glass jars and rigid plastic containers dominate instant coffee packaging, all of which are recyclable but none are made...
COTECA (Tea Coffee Cocoa/Global Industry Expo)
September 20-22, 2012 – Hamburg, Germany
COTECA (Tea Coffee Cocoa/Global Industry Expo) – the industries’...
Five specialised trade shows - FoodAsia, Bakery&Pastry, HotelAsia, HospitalityStyleAsia and HospitalityTechnology - each distinctively tai...
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