Tea enthusiasts, history buffs, and curious minds gather round! Another segment of our series Steep History has arrived, today with the focus on ginkgo biloba, a fascinating tea made from a seemingly invincible herb. So pour a cup of tea and let it steep – we have millions of years to catch up on.
While good quality leaves are always important, the quality of your water can elevate a mediocre tea, or completely ruin a good one. We’ll try to shed a little light on what you can do to ensure a truly delicious cup even with the most basic teas.
With such a long history, it’s hardly surprising that there is a good amount of misinformation about tea floating around in the mix. While this post can’t hope to address all myths and misconceptions, it will hopefully help to shed a bit of light on a few oft-missed truths.