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    Podcast Episode 10: Teacrafting with Boston Teawrights

    Boston Teawrights is an awesome company who imports fresh tea leaves so that tea drinkers can try their hand at teacrafting. Most of my episodes are interviews but for this one I wanted to show a bit of the process that goes into making your own tea at home. It’s fun and relatively easy to do using equipment you already have in your kitchen. http://www.bostonteawrights.com If you’re interested in giving teacrafting a try, make sure that you check out my posts about my previous two attempts: Teacrafting with Boston Teawrights Another Try at Teacrafting with Boston Teawrights

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    Another Try at Teacrafting with Boston Teawrights

    Last month I did some Teacrafting with Boston Teawrights and had a blast making real tea in my very own kitchen. It was so much fun that I gave it another go. Although I enjoyed the whole journey from raw leaf to finished tea, it’s still a learning process for both +Boston Teawrights and myself. I tweaked a few things and I believe that I came up with a better cup this time around. The packet of fresh leaves that I received was packaged on September 27th. I love the storage life statement: Longer than a load of bread, shorter than a twinkie. The first step, just as it was last time, was to wilt…

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    Teacrafting with Boston Teawrights

    My tea leaves are here! I think making your own tea is something that every tea lover dreams of. Since traveling to China or India isn’t possible for me right now, I didn’t think that I would be able to make that happen until the very distance future. That is, until I discovered +Boston Teawrights. They have made it possible for tea lovers to craft their own teas at home using fresh, raw Taiwanese tea leaves. Let the tea nerding out begin! Green teas require a steamer so I decided that I would attempt a black tea. The night after I received my shipment, I couldn’t get to sleep. This may or may not…