• Making Four Seasons Oolong Tea on a full moon night - Part 2 (unedited) - Duration: 4 minutes, 3 seconds.

    • 5 years ago
    Single sequence shot taken on May 25th, 2013 at 1:00 AM in Mingjian Township, Taiwan. This is a series of unedited takes follow the different steps in turning fresh tea leaves picked from our own t...
  • Miles, the little tea urchin, lends a hand!

    Making Baozhong in Taiwan - Duration: 2 minutes, 48 seconds.

    • 3 years ago
    Here we are in Pinglin, about an hour's drive south of Taipei city, learning how to make baozhong from #12 jinxuan cultivar (wilting, and final drying stage not shown in this video)
  • 2014 Tea Urchin's Gaoshan Zhai [Episode 113] - Duration: 13 minutes.

    • 3 years ago
    The second of a two-part series on a couple Tea Urchin teas that were included in the Yiwu report. This tea is the 2014 Gaoshan Zhai, a tea that has an inviting complex taste and a wonderful aftert...
  • Icheon Master Hand - Duration: 6 minutes, 53 seconds.

    • 5 years ago
    The exhibit "Icheon: Reviving the Korean Ceramic Tradition" was on display at the American Museum of Ceramic Art, AMOCA from October 12th- December 29th, 2013. www.amoca.org
    For more images of the ...
  • 2013 Spring Tea Harvest and Processing - Duration: 9 minutes, 54 seconds.

    • 6 years ago
    Shih Fong Tea Plantation and Factory located at Renai Township, Nantou county, Taiwan, on the slop of the South Peak of Chi-Lai mountain, close to the border of Hualien County with the elevatio...
  • Tea Urchin's 2014 Bulang Beauty — TeaDB James InBetweenIsode Episode #13 - Duration: 8 minutes, 24 seconds.

    • 4 years ago
    Inbetweenisode Episode #13 covers Tea Urchin's 2014 Bulang Beauty, a cake cut with some Lao Banzhang. If you have the money this will probably age quite well (or if you like young, strong sheng!). ...
  • These women pick tea 10 times faster than your humble tea urchin...

    Pu'er tea picking in Xinbanzhang - Duration: 48 seconds.

    • 4 years ago
    Most of these women are from Myanmar, they have come to Xinbanzhang to help with the Spring pu'er tea harvest. Xinbanzhang is a Hani minority village in the Bulang mountain range of Xishuangbanna, ...
  • Our morning commute to work! :)

    Riding through a pu-erh tea plantation - Duration: 30 seconds.

    • 4 years ago
    Tea pickers in Xinbanzhang, a Hani minority village in the Bulang mountain range of Xishuangbanna, Yunnan, China
  • Look into those beautiful eyes

    Coolest tea pet ever - Duration: 11 seconds.

    • 4 years ago
    This owl was raised by hand from young, and only eats the best cuts of beef. His name is Tada Tada, named after the clicking sound he makes when he wants food.
  • Making tea the old fashioned way - Duration: 16 seconds.

    • 4 years ago
    A kettle, a wood fire, boiling hot water with qi
  • It's amazing what a potter can create with just clay, water, and two hands.

    How to make a teapot - Duration: 7 minutes, 54 seconds.

    • 5 years ago
    Korean potter Hong Seong il demonstrates how to wheel throw a teapot with side handle, at his Nosan clay art studio in Boseong, South Korea.
  • Don't you just love the music? We should press our puer to Ludvig Van instead ;)

    How to steam & press puer into cakes - Duration: 72 seconds.

    • 6 years ago
    Here the first technician (woman in the background) weighs out the tea into steamer tins with a perforated bottom, and places a neifei at the top, followed by a few more leaves to keep it in place....
  • I'm always reluctant to unwrap these beauties. I usually buy an 8th cake for drinking, so I can preserve the tong for long term storage.

    How to bamboo wrap a tong of puer - Duration: 2 minutes, 27 seconds.

    • 6 years ago
    See how 7 puer cakes are stacked into a tong and wrapped in sheets of bamboo skin. It takes both hands and both feet to get the job done! You can't get more organic than this traditional method of ...
  • How to wrap a puer cake - Duration: 78 seconds.

    • 6 years ago
    Unwrapping a puer cake is easy. Tightly & neatly wrapping a cake in paper is not. But you don't have to be an origami champion to get it right, just watch this video, and copy this simple folding t...
  • Traditional Puer Shaqing / Kill-green method (杀青普洱茶) - Duration: 24 seconds.

    • 7 years ago
    The shaqing or kill-green process for Puer tea involves wok-frying the leaves until the leaves feel like rubber and the stems can be bent back on themselves without snapping
  • Rolling Puer Tea (揉捻普洱茶) - Duration: 81 seconds.

    • 7 years ago
    After wok-frying to kill-green, puer leaves are kneaded & rolled in a process called "rou nian" 揉捻

    After rou nian, the leaves are sparsely scattered in pans and placed outside to sun dry.
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