Feel Good Teas for 2017
It’s a few days after New Year and now that all the festivities and excesses of the Christmas period are over it’s not uncommon for people to...Continue Reading >
Knit Your Own Tea Cosy
As the season changes here at Teahouse Emporium we want to celebrate the warming properties of tea, and what better way than popping a tea cosy over...Continue Reading >
Decaf: Exciting and Delicious!
Not Dull! Not Tasteless! Decaf teas are often given a bad rep; often considered dull or tasteless – this couldn’t be further from the...Continue Reading >
Top Five Infusers
Brewing loose leaf tea can sometimes feel like a lot more effort than chucking a teabag into a mug, but here at Teahouse Emporium we think it’s all...Continue Reading >
Yellow Tea – Rare and Wonderful
Yellow teas are one of the rarest of China's teas. In ancient China, yellow teas were only produced for and consumed by the Emperor and his court...Continue Reading >
China: The birth place of Tea
The tea we all know and love finds its origins in Ancient China. Legend has it that in 2737 BC, the Chinese emperor Shen Nung was sitting beneath a...Continue Reading >
The Twelve Teas of Christmas
It's official. Today is the 25th November, meaning that there's only one month til Christmas... Before you panic about all those presents you...Continue Reading >
The Way of Tea
The Japanese Tea Ceremony, or 'Way of Tea', is one of the most fascinating practices in the tea world. Dating back to the 15th...Continue Reading >
Teahouse Emporium’s Top 10 Matcha Recipes
As you may already know if you read our last blog post about matcha, there are a myriad of different ways that you can enjoy the health-giving...Continue Reading >
Matcha Madness – everything you need to know!
Matcha. It's the name heralded by everyone from professional tea sommeliers, health and wellbeing bloggers and even top athletes. But what exactly...Continue Reading >
Iced Tea Month is Upon Us!
Admittedly, the tradition of drinking iced tea may be more of an American thing (particularly in the southern states), but when we heard...Continue Reading >
Your Guide to Tea Grading
You may have already come across the bizarre initials following some of the teas in our shop or on our website - a series of letters and...Continue Reading >