Tasting tea is a way to take a drink and experience a sense of time and space, and a lot of tea shops in the UK have the option of hosting tea parties for you to try your hand at making your own.
In this article, we’ll be sharing our favourite tea shop in the country, from the bustling tea-making centre of Bury St Edmunds, through the cozy and stylish cafes of Bowery and into the rustic pubs of the heart of London.
But how can you get started?
What do you need to get started with tea?
Know what you’re looking for before you start You may not want to try all the different kinds of teas, but if you do, here are some basic tips to make the most of the variety you find.
Check the labels on the teas you’re ordering.
You may also want to read our guide to tea buying.
The tea you’re buying needs to be fresh, fresh, and not too dried out.
If the tea you buy is over six months old, the flavour will be a little stronger, which means the tea will have a slightly different flavour profile than you would expect.
This can be a good thing because it means the flavour profile of the tea is more balanced.
If you buy teas that are a few years old, then the flavours will be slightly different, but the overall flavour profile will be the same.
The longer the tea has been aged, the more flavours you’ll be able to get out of it.
A few of our favourite teas in the list are from the famous Teashow Tea, which is based in New York, and is known for its fresh and bold teas.
Other teas to look out for are: the London Tea Company, based in East London, and the Hong Kong Tea Company.
It also offers a range of other teas including a tea that was brewed with honey and was brewed by Chinese tea masters.
The London Tea Co-op sells some of the best teas from around the world, with its range including the very popular Black Cherry Teas, which are sold in the US and the UK, and many other fine teas made from tea leaves from the regions of Southeast Asia.
You can also look out on some of their teas sold in London, which we’ve also reviewed.
Find a tea shop That’s a tea party?
Yes, you read that right.
Whether you’re visiting London for a couple of days, or you want to visit in person, it can be tempting to go into a tea-party-style tea shop for a day or two.
That’s not a good idea.
Teas should be served in small, neat, and reasonably priced glasses, and you need a space for everyone to sit together.
If your tea shop is small, or has a small crowd, or is only open to a limited number of people, you may find yourself in a situation where you’re forced to order a large cup of tea to share.
And if you’re in a place where you can’t afford a large size, you could end up ordering a small cup for your friends, rather than a large.
You need to be careful when ordering a tea at a tea house, because you could be buying a single cup for yourself or sharing it with someone else.
You might even be asking the shopkeeper to fill it up.
The key is to be mindful of the time you spend in the tea shop, and how much time you have to relax.
You don’t want to be tempted to ask someone else to fill your tea up. 3.
Ask about the tea ingredients Before you start, it’s important to ask about the ingredients you’re purchasing, as some of them are not as well known outside of China as others.
If there’s a particular ingredient that you want, or if there are certain things about a particular tea that you need added to your cup, then you should look for the ingredients on the packaging.
For example, if you buy tea from an English tea shop that has a wide range of teabags and bowls, and then a small bag of dried flowers in the bag, then it’s not uncommon for people to ask where the tea came from.
If it’s a single ingredient, such as tea, then ask how many of it is in your cup.
If, on the other hand, it has more than one ingredient, or more than a few ingredients, it could be a bad idea to order it.
If a tea is in a particular flavour, such in the Black Cherry Tea, then that may be a particular problem if you’ve just ordered it, because the flavour may not be suited to the other ingredients.
A common tea is one that’s aged for several years.
You should also ask if it contains milk, and if it does, if it’s pasteurised or not.
There’s nothing wrong with buying tea that’s pasteurized, but