Tea takes a while to grow since it is a tree. You would want to approach it the same way you would any other tree. Tea plants are pretty resilient though and can grow in most climates and soil conditions but the flavor will vary based on all these factors. Also the real trick is processing the tea leaves into usable tea. That is a artisans craft and takes a lot of skill to do well.
by lrohner 2 years ago
What's the best breakfast tea?
by Smart Rookie 7 years ago
Someone said, somewhere that to be able to make a living as a writer, you need to be able to research and create an entirely unique, let's say, 615-word article in around an hour. I'm specifically omitting the name of the person who said this to show emphatically that I'm not calling said person...
by Pete 5 years ago
What's you first drink in the morning? Tea, coffee, juice or maybe something else? And why?I am a huge tea drinker (English upbringing) but my first drink of the day is always a coffee. I think it's just habit as it is quick and easy using my Keurig one-cup coffee maker. How...
by Origin 21 months ago
For some reason, I can never get enough green tea, it must be chilled though.What about you?
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