Darjeeling is Darjeeling and there is no explanation as the place is best and the tea is best – 大吉岭
Suddenly you feel the need to vacate the chair and look for a better occupant…it happened today and it was impulsive but timely and I really liked doing it – let it reach the right hands – hands that can hold it tight..
Tea marketing like any other commodity is little different and basically story telling and faces are more important which hide years of experience and achievements. Sharyn Johnston came in our contact only recently in 2015 but we feel we have been working on tea 🍵 since a long time as the beverage is linking people closer..
No one knows when this lost tribe of Wa relocated themselves from most probably South Indian to present day Washan area of Cangyuan County of Lincang prefecture of Yunnan. Their customs, appearance, beliefs and social structures are a subject of great study and their lost language only can draw the historic migration and the reasons […]
On 26th September 2017 at the age of 64 and having served tea for 43 years China recognized my services and awarded me at International Tea Forum in Enshi, Hubei along with International Tea Commeettee chairman Ian Gibbs, American Tea Association chairman Peter Goggi, Malaysian Tea Association vice-president CK Liew for our outstanding performances – giving me […]
On my way to start Tea Diplomacy in America I was destined to make a brief stop over in Kunming on 12th June 2017 to attend this important meeting on One belt one road think tank forum and found that sometimes common people can find better solutions which governments with vested interests can never find. […]
The great American spirit behind the iron lady which is driving the TSalon brand of flavored teas to the pallet of American tea drinker who never twitched his nose in disapproval when passing our Indian tea board pavilion booth in 2017 New York Summer Fancy Food Show at Javit’s Center. We were the proud suppliers […]
After meeting Prof. Wang of Miami University and Prof Bi of Mississippi University and Prof. Chen of Louisiana University I am sure that without China it would be very difficult to grow Tea in America.
Honorary Colonel Jason McDonald – a direct decadent of Daniel Boone – traces the great American tea revolution – and established a tea farm on his estate in Lincoln County of New Orleans in Mississippi province. What makes it a unique opportunity is that for him it could have been an easy life by exploiting […]
At World Tea Expo on 16th June 2017 after a long one year preparation I joined Jason McDonald to present a talk on tea diplomacy on the lines of Prof. Wang Xufeng of Zhejiang Agricultural & Forestry University. Spread of Tea as a culture is no less than the spread of different religions of various […]