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Why We Don't Have A Mobile App and Won't Make One

Why We Don't Have A Mobile App and Won't Make One
Updated: Oct. 31st, 2018
RateTea has no mobile app; our site uses responsive design and is already easily and fully-accessible on smartphones, and updated in real-time.

Tea and Mindfulness

Tea and Mindfulness
Updated: Oct. 24th, 2018
Mindfulness, bringing your attention to the present moment, can both enhance your appreciation of tea, and benefit from the ritual of tea as a focal point.

Grades of Tea

Grades of Tea
Updated: Oct. 18th, 2018
A key for the system of letters (OP, FOP, BOP, FTGFOP, etc.) used in one system of tea grading.

Styles, Types, & Varieties of Tea

Tea: black, green, oolong, white, Pu-erh, Flavored: Chai, Earl Grey, Jasmine, Herbals: Rooibos, Mate, ...

Dark Tea

Dark Tea
Updated: Nov. 27th, 2018
Dark tea or post-fermented tea, or hei cha, includes Pu-erh and other teas that are aged after processing.

Miscellaneous Blend

Miscellaneous Blend
Updated: Oct. 16th, 2018
The miscellaneous blend category contains blends that contain many ingredients, are not caffeine-free, and are not easily categorized.

Yunnan Red

Yunnan Red
Updated: Oct. 5th, 2018
Yunnan red, or dian hong, is a black tea from Yunnan province in China, often described as having a peppery quality.

Tea Producing Countries and Regions

China: Fujian, Yunnan, Anhui, Zhejiang, India: Darjeeling, Assam, Japan, Ceylon, Taiwan, Kenya, ...

Gifu, Japan

Gifu, Japan
Updated: Nov. 27th, 2018
Gifu is a landlocked prefecture in Japan, which produces only a small amount of tea.

Udalguri, Assam, India

Udalguri, Assam, India
Updated: Nov. 16th, 2018
Udalguri is a district in Assam, bordering Bhutan; it is part of Bodoland and was separated in 2004 from Darrang district.

Tengchong, Yunnan, China
Updated: Oct. 23rd, 2018
Tengchong is a county-level city in Baoshan prefecture, Yunnan Province, China, that grows some tea.

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