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Global Tea Hut

Join a growing global community
and support our free tea center!

Global Tea Hut is an experience. It is an ad-free magazine, with translations of ancient tea texts and modern tea experts, travelogues, articles on tea processing, history and lore as well as the Way of Tea (Cha Dao). And it comes with chemical-free, fair trade tea every month. Global Tea Hut is also a community of tea lovers in over forty countries who are looking to connect, share tea and heart space and learn about tea together. And Global Tea Hut supports a free tea Center, called Tea Sage Hut, which you are welcome to visit, as well as worldwide courses that teach tea brewing and cultivation, all without any financial motivation. Global Tea Hut is a unique opportunity to change the world one bowl at a time…

Global Tea Hut is an experience. It is an ad-free magazine, with translations of ancient tea texts and modern tea experts, travelogues, articles on tea processing, history and lore as well as the Way of Tea. And it comes with chemical-free, fair trade tea every month. Global Tea Hut is also a community of global tea lovers in almost forty countries who are looking to connect, share tea and heart space and learn about tea together. And Global Tea Hut supports free tea centers you yourself can visit, schools that teach tea brewing and cultivation without any financial motivation. Global Tea Hut is a unique opportunity to change the world one bowl at a time…

How Global Tea Hut Works


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Every month, we’ll introduce you to new teas grown without agro-chemicals and farmers working hard at sustainability.

Farmers contribute tea…

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We’ll send you a magazine, gift and rare tea from our center to anywhere in the world. We now share envelopes with more than thirty countries!

You receive an envelope with love every month…

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Learn about tea processing, history, lore and spiritual cultivation together with hundreds of others around the world. Through tea make friends!

Drink tea with people around the world…

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We host hundreds of guests from around the world every year. Room and board, tea and teachings are all free because of your loving support!

Your subscriptions support our free tea center!

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Farmers contribute tea…

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You receive an envelope with love every month…

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Drink tea with people around the world…

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Your subscriptions support our free tea center!


 
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This month, our tea comes from the Mangshi Township in the Dehong Prefecture of Yunnan, a province in southwest China, which is, as we have discussed, the birthplace of all tea. Dehong is one of eight autonomous prefectures in Yunnan, bordering Myanmar to the west. The Dai and Jingpo tribes abound throughout the area.

Evening Sky is made from the “Wild Purple (Ye Sheng Zi, 野生紫)” varietal, also known as Camellia sinensis var. Assamica Dehongensis. Its potency and incredible Qi arise from its unadulterated nature. It is naturally bug repellent, and grows wild in the forests of Yunnan at an altitude of 1,600–2,200 meters. Some of the trees are old-growth, ranging in the hundreds of years old. This tea comes from natural, seed-propagated and wild gardens. The maocha is often very bitter when it is processed as sheng puerh (and drunk fresh/young), but sweet and fruity as red tea. This tea also ages faster than ordinary Assamica, developing aged subtlety and complexity faster than a lot of sheng puerh or other dian hong teas.

Normally, teas such as this one are processed like puerh tea. This purple-bud varietal of puerh is found throughout Yunnan and was even mentioned in Lu Yu’s Tea Sutra, the oldest surviving book on tea. It took a gifted tongue to realize that the tea from this garden would rather be red tea. This unique “Purple Bud,” old-growth, wild red tea is out-of-this-world flavorful. It erupts in a bouquet of fruity, flowery notes that expand seemingly endlessly. There are peachy-fruity nuts, berries and flowers in the bouquet. The complexity of this tea is astounding. You haven’t ever had anything quite like it. The Qi is fanciful and uplifting, which is rare for a red tea, but this tea breaks all the molds. You can brew it almost any way, and you’ll find it responds well. We drink it in bowls or steep it in a sidehandle pot. It is very patient, especially for a red tea. Therefore, be sure to give yourself a whole morning to enjoy it. Like most great teas, the glorious fragrance of this tea is so much better shared with a friend or loved one.


Subscribe now    and start drinking Evening Sky with all of us!

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This month, our tea comes from the Mangshi Township in the Dehong Prefecture of Yunnan, a province in southwest China, which is, as we have discussed, the birthplace of all tea. Dehong is one of eight autonomous prefectures in Yunnan, bordering Myanmar to the west. The Dai and Jingpo tribes abound throughout the area.

Evening Sky is made from the “Wild Purple (Ye Sheng Zi, 野生紫)” varietal, also known as Camellia sinensis var. Assamica Dehongensis. Its potency and incredible Qi arise from its unadulterated nature. It is naturally bug repellent, and grows wild in the forests of Yunnan at an altitude of 1,600–2,200 meters. Some of the trees are old-growth, ranging in the hundreds of years old. This tea comes from natural, seed-propagated and wild gardens. The maocha is often very bitter when it is processed as sheng puerh (and drunk fresh/young), but sweet and fruity as red tea. This tea also ages faster than ordinary Assamica, developing aged subtlety and complexity faster than a lot of sheng puerh or other dian hong teas.

Normally, teas such as this one are processed like puerh tea. This purple-bud varietal of puerh is found throughout Yunnan and was even mentioned in Lu Yu’s Tea Sutra, the oldest surviving book on tea. It took a gifted tongue to realize that the tea from this garden would rather be red tea. This unique “Purple Bud,” old-growth, wild red tea is out-of-this-world flavorful. It erupts in a bouquet of fruity, flowery notes that expand seemingly endlessly. There are peachy-fruity nuts, berries and flowers in the bouquet. The complexity of this tea is astounding. You haven’t ever had anything quite like it. The Qi is fanciful and uplifting, which is rare for a red tea, but this tea breaks all the molds. You can brew it almost any way, and you’ll find it responds well. We drink it in bowls or steep it in a sidehandle pot. It is very patient, especially for a red tea. Therefore, be sure to give yourself a whole morning to enjoy it. Like most great teas, the glorious fragrance of this tea is so much better shared with a friend or loved one.

Subscribe now
and start drinking
Evening Sky with all of us!

 
Purple red tea from Dehong, which we call “Evening Sky,” is one of our all-time favorite teas. As we sip these sweet, punchy, ancient tree leaves, we can explore what purple tea really is, travel through Dehong itself and then discuss kettles and the new app, getting lost in the sky with each purple sip.


Subscribe now    and start reading with all of us!

 

Purple red tea from Dehong, which we call “Evening Sky,” is one of our all-time favorite teas. As we sip these sweet, punchy, ancient tree leaves, we can explore what purple tea really is, travel through Dehong itself and then discuss kettles and the new app, getting lost in the sky with each purple sip.

Subscribe now

and start reading with all of us!