You can judge tea with all of your senses, but in the end it’s the taste that mattersRead More
Author: Dylan Conroy
About The Author
Born and raised in New York City, now living in China, everything Dylan does relates to tea. He always carries two gaiwans and is quick to give people free tea if they show even the slightly interest. His ultimate goal is to make tea as widely appreciated and understood as wine is in the West. He has his own blog, www.thesweetestdew.com, which is dedicated solely to tea education.
In my first article for Radii, I wrote about 10 historically popular teas you should be familiar with. The thing is, not all of them were a specific type of tea, but rather, a category. Today we will take a slightly deeper dive into one of those categories, called Yan Cha.Read More
Spend a little bit of time looking at tea and eventually you will come across the term “high mountain.” Tea companies throw around this term — referring to tea grown at 1,000 meters and above — so often that it might seem like the higher the altitude a tea is grown, the better.Read More