Greet the spring with a cup of our organic Jade oolong tea. This highly prized tea, made of large, hand-rolled and lightly oxidized tea leaves, comes from Nantou County, Taiwan. Once infused, the leaves unfurl and release delicate and slightly sweet notes, exquisite flavor and an enchanting yet subtle fragrance. The flowery aroma is reminiscent of lilacs, which are now in bloom.Read More›
A few months ago, our shiatsu therapist Suzy made some Chinese tea eggs for us to try. We immediately fell in love with this savory dish and wanted to share the recipe with you.
Tea eggs are a traditional snack in many parts of China. The ingredients are very simple: tea leaves, soy sauce or tamari, star anise, salt, and a touch of sugar. In cities like Shanghai or Beijing, you can find delicious tea eggs being served up by street vendors. It’s also common for parents to boil some up as a nourishing after school snack. Whenever Wei makes tea eggs, the unique and wonderful aroma of the tea leaves and spices simmering on the stove top transports her back to her childhood in Shanghai.
Enjoy these eggs anytime of day! Plus, if you’re looking for a unique appetizer, this dish might be your answer.Read More›
Something we’re proud of here at Arogya is the fact we’re the only authentic, artisan pu’er tea distributor in the United States. Wei, who grew up in China, has spent the last 10 years cultivating direct relationships with producers in Yunnan Province, therefore avoiding any middle party between the source and the cup.Read More›
Not only is Morocco one of the biggest tea importers in the world, but its tea culture is considered an art form. It’s believed that tea was first introduced to Morocco in the 18th century and began spreading throughout the country in the mid-1800s, when trade between North Africa and Europe was flourishing. Today, MoroccoRead More›