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The first is the best: Shincha
The first is the best: Shincha

The first green tea, the very first harvest. Shincha, Shin Japanese for new and Cha Japanese for tea. Literally: the new tea. The new green tea tastes extremely fresh and lively, is richly complex and particularly healthy. Shincha was once a rarity reserved only for the Japanese emperor (Tenno) and the nobility. Today, the first Shincha and it‘s harvest are events that the whole of Japan expects and celebrates.

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How tea came to Thailand
How tea came to Thailand

Thailand is especially famous for its Oolong tea – which for tea connoisseurs rivals among Chinese and Taiwanese Oolongs.

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Ceramic artwork from Korea
Ceramic artwork from Korea

alveus® has something very special for its customers. The '4 Color Cup Set' is designed by the award-winning ceramic artist Son Minyoung from the South Korean town of Icheon, which is known all over the world for its outstanding ceramic artwork.

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 First flush tea from Darjeeling
First flush tea from Darjeeling

The freshest leaves of the season

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Matcha – a magic powder from the land of the rising sun
Matcha – a magic powder from the land of the rising sun

The fine powder glows a bright green. Matcha, Japanese for "powdered tea” and a central part of the Japanese tea ceremony, is very popular in Germany. Many know it as "Green Chai", "Matcha latte" or even as a non-alcoholic long drink.

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Preparing tea
Preparing tea

There is more to real tea delight than just the quality of the tea leaves. The choice of the suitable equipment and the best possible storage conditions are decisive for your tea pleasure.

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