Recommendations from the heart: Staff favorites from 2022 (Part 1)
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Newsletter Archive Jan. 27, 2023 Nearly a month into 2023 we’re finally catching our breath. 2022 was a watershed year in ways large and small. It had a lot of great tea, too. This week focuses on the selections of our office and warehouse team – we’re the ones who write this weekly newsletter, actually ..read more
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Two teas from two Living Treasures: A lineage of mastery in Wuyishan.
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Newsletter Archive Jan. 13, 2023 The king of Rock Wulong, Liu Guoying’s Da Hong Pao (Big Red Robe), is here. With it also comes Liu Dexi’s Tie Luo Han (Iron Monk). We never take the availability of these teas for granted. It’s only through our friendship with the Messrs Liu that they are available to ..read more
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Happy Lunar New Year! Year of the Rabbit
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Newsletter Archive Jan. 20, 2023 Happy Lunar New Year! This weekend is the Spring Festival, the marker of a new lunar year, auspicious and pure. We hope your Rabbit year hops off to a happy start with good luck, good company, and good tea. We’re celebrating the event with our once-per-year sale of 20% off ..read more
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The Personal Touch: Two tea makers and the rock wulong they make.
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Newsletter Archive Jan. 6, 2023 This weekend we’re featuring four rock wulongs, including two benchmark classics, Rougui (Cassia Bark) and Shuixian (Narcissus), and two from the road-less-traveled, Ba Xian (Eight Immortals) and Xiao Hong Pao (Little Red Robe). Wulong tea, with its complex and labor-intensive processing, can show the personal touch of its maker in ..read more
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The Gift: All this year and the next.
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Newsletter Archive Dec. 30, 2022 Dang! It’s been a weird, scary, challenging, and amazing year. We always say this at the end of every milestone, but it’s always true – it’s a gift to still be here, doing something we care about, and getting to share it with so many people we care about too ..read more
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It’s time to take a pause.
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Newsletter Archive Dec. 23, 2022 The cold weather, the long nights, the holidays – now is when all the signs are telling us to take a pause. But really, most of us are rushing and working as much as ever. We crank away under year-end deadlines and crises, the peak hospitality season, and the holiday ..read more
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Lion Food (Oranges, Cabbage, and Red Envelopes) for the Grand Opening
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Newsletter Archive Dec. 1, 2022 This Saturday is the grand opening celebration of our new teahouse with a ribbon cutting, a lion dance, and martial arts and musical performances from 10:45 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. The lanterns are hung, the red ribbon is knotted, and we’ve even got a sign on the front of the ..read more
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Black teas from the early origins: Three classics in top form.
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Newsletter Archive Nov. 4, 2022 This weekend only, you can get 20% off three black teas, one from each of China’s most celebrated and historic centers of black tea production. Each is made from spring leaf from this year, unbroken and unblended for a true picture of their origin. Tongmu Lapsang Souchong: The very first ..read more
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20 years old and still green.
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Newsletter Archive Oct. 28, 2022 This November marks a full 20 years since Seven Cups officially started business. Let’s honor the occasion by going back to where we started: green tea. We’re showcasing four green teas: the prestigious Xishan Bi Luo Chun, the little champion Mengding Maofeng (Feather Peak), the singular and inimitable Ming Qian ..read more
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Flowers from Exile: Dan Cong Wulong
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Newsletter Archive Oct. 7, 2022 Dan Cong wulong is a tea of contrasts – it’s potent and nuanced, it’s both sharp and mellow, it’s astringent and sweet all at once. This year, we selected a micro-lot to celebrate the dynamism of the Dan Cong style. Welcome Jianghua Xiang (Ginger Flower). If you’re a Tasting Flight ..read more
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