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Origins of Japanese Tea

Origins of Japanese Tea

Japanese tea culture blossomed in the time period from 1141 to 1215. It's believed to be the origin point for today’s strand of Matcha and Gyokuro trees.
Tea & Food: A Foodie's Guide

Tea & Food: A Foodie's Guide

Tea can be paired with a plethora of yummy foods ranging from savory to sweet. Here are some of our favorite foods to indulge in with a good cuppa.
Wine Inspired Teas

Wine Inspired Teas

Did you know that there are so many similarities between wine and tea cultivation and tasting? Even food pairings are done with both tea and wine.
What is Blooming Tea?

What is Blooming Tea?

Blooming Teas or “Display Teas” as some people may know them by, are a work of art in the world of tea. Symbolizing love, happiness, and prosperity.
Boston Tea Party: A History

Boston Tea Party: A History

The calming nature of tea makes it almost easy to forget its revolutionary routes in America. Cheers to the Bold Stripes, Bright Stars, and the Brave Hearts!
Refreshing Summer Tea

Refreshing Summer Tea

When the sun’s shining and the birds are singing their Summer songs, there is perhaps no more refreshing a drink than iced tea.
National Iced Tea Day

National Iced Tea Day

Here at Chado, we absolutely love ourselves a cup of iced tea on a hot summer day. Make yourself the perfect cup of iced tea with three different methods.
Best White Tea Face Mask

Best White Tea Face Mask

White tea when used in a daily beauty regimen can help reduce the signs of aging.  Let’s face it, who doesn’t want to look younger?
History of Tea In America

History of Tea In America

The tradition of an Afternoon Tea not only took off in England but America too, with America’s upper society women loving the ritual with their inner circle.
Iced Tea: America's Favorite Beverage

Iced Tea: America's Favorite Beverage

Some think iced tea's origins started off as a fluke in the early 20th century, it has been found to be documented as far back as colonial America.
Indian Tea Origins

Indian Tea Origins

The British were the main driving force behind tea cultivation in India, due to them consuming huge quantities of tea which they were buying from India.
Best Black Tea Face Mask

Best Black Tea Face Mask

The biggest benefit of black tea is that it can absorb excess sebum, which produces the oily residue found on the skin’s surface. 
First Flush Darjeeling Tea

First Flush Darjeeling Tea

Darjeeling is home to what is known as the champagne of all teas. Once you’ve tried a first flush, you may not want to go back!
Afternoon Tea: A History

Afternoon Tea: A History

If the idea of enjoying a glimpse into the upper society of the England of yesterday tempts you, then join us! Our four tea rooms are located in LA.
Matcha Tea Face Mask

Matcha Tea Face Mask

Chado Tea's Ceremonial Matcha - You can drink it, eat it and now use it in your beauty regimen. Matcha has 5 top benefits in face mask form.