Our Blog Has Moved!

We have moved our blog to our website! Our full blog can now be found at http://www.shangtea.com/blog. Thanks!

June 27, 2014 at 7:36 pm Leave a comment

Shang Tea’s New Blog!

Hello everyone!

Welcome to the brand new Shang Tea blog! We look forward to using this space to share interesting facts and news about tea, share exciting stories from our tea farm and our shop, and engage in great discussions with fellow tea lovers. Our passion is tea, and we hope that we can share that passion with you.

For those of you who are not familiar with us, we strive to provide you with the highest quality Chinese teas.  That is why all of our teas come from our own organic tea field in Fujian, China and come straight from our farm to your cup for the highest quality.

At Shang Tea we specialize in white tea, but we have a wide variety of authentic Chinese teas including jasmine tea, green tea, and red/black tea. These teas are grown high on the Tai Mu Mountains where the clean air and pure water significantly increase the flavor and aroma in our teas.

If you are interested in checking out our teas, please visit our website here. Otherwise add us to your RSS feed and look forward to lots of tea info, videos, and tea discussions as we start to post here frequently. If you have anything you would like to see us talk about here, then please reply to this post and give us a topic, otherwise, feel free to send me an email here with any questions you might have.

Thanks,

Nick

May 20, 2011 at 1:48 am 1 comment


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About Us

The Shang Tea Blog is the educational arm of the Shang Tea company. We hope to use this space to share more information about tea, chinese tea culture, and industry news.

Shang Tea Company was founded by owner Zehua Shang and specializes in white tea grown and produced on his own organic tea garden in China. In addition to white tea, Shang and his business partner also grow and produce green tea, jasmine tea, and red/black tea.

We are excited to use this blog to engage with other tea drinkers and also to focus on the tea topics that you want to hear about, so please let us know if there is a specific question that you want us to answer!