All tea have the same origin! Black, white, green or oolong—all tea comes from two leaves and a bud of the Camellia Sinensis plant. It is the oxidation process that makes different teas, not the tea bush. 🤯
WHAT MAKES A HIGH QUALITY TEA?brent2020-08-21T13:40:49-06:00
The blending process! Concocting a fine blend is a full sensory experience: from the flavor, to absorbing the aroma, to the mouth-feel…you sense its character and heritage. And your heart overflows with joy. Have a taste of our black and green teas, and we know you’ll appreciate it. Quality badge guaranteed.
WHERE ARE B.W. COOPER TEAS SOURCED FROM?brent2020-08-21T13:42:04-06:00
We honor the tea brewing tradition, and have put our own B.W. Cooper spin on it. We use our in-house kettles and select the best leaves to blend. We brew in small batches to ensure top quality, and our crew does this all in a zero carbon footprint facility. And some other secrets in there, but that’s why it’s magic.
HOW DO YOU BREW LOOSE LEAF TEAS THAT DON’T COME IN A BAG?brent2020-08-21T13:34:16-06:00
He says: I have many favorites. That’s the beauty of tea; there are so many to choose from. However, I have put together my “dream blend.” It consisted of high-grown Nuwara Eliyas picked in May, Kenya tea picked east of the Great Rift Valley, a high-grown Rwandan valley tea for its earthy taste, and finally, just a touch of second-flush Darjeeling to give it a little bite. Of course, this is an impossible blend to market commercially. Such teas are not available in sufficient quantities to assure a year-round, consistent tea. It was one helluva blend though! Knocked your socks off!