Start of Moychay tea school on 8th October!

Anna Leona

Are you curious to learn in-depth about tea? Then we invite you to join our foundational tea course at Moychay tea school. The program is designed for 10 lessons, includes theoretical and practical classes. We base our teaching on a unique method of theory from the  “Geography of the Chinese tea” book and practical tastings with a sensory analysis of teas. The Moychay Tea School is where we train our staff along with individuals who want an introduction to tea or want to improve their knowledge of tasting. Our passionate Tea masters support the learning of those new to tea...

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What is Jianshui teapot?

Anna Leona

Jianshui Jitao " 建水紫陶: "坚如铁、明如水、润如玉、声如磬 " (Hard like iron, clear like water, shiny like jade, and sounds like Qin!)🔥Jianshui teapots are made by hand on potter's wheels, they are not poured into ready-made molds - even cheaper products are made on a wheel. The forms are based on the Isin classic, but in an original interpretation.The main decoration technique is carving on wet clay and application with clays of different colors. As patterns - natural motifs and ethnic ornaments.Finished products are fired in modern electric and gas kilns at temperatures up to 1300 ', but there are also existing old...

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Our open letter to all tea lovers

Anna Leona

Dear community of tea lovers, In March of 2022, we here at Moychay celebrated our one year anniversary. And what an amazing year it’s been - thanks to all of you! We are growing, our tea community is expanding, and so are our goals and possibilities. The following email is a thank you, as well as a chance to get to know us a little bit better. It’s been one year - what else can we achieve together? ✨ There’s a little gift for you at the end of this email, so kindly keep reading✨ The following is a list...

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Meet our fresh Georgian tea from own plantations!

Anna Leona

We are excited to offer to all tea lovers tea that we created at our new production plant in Ozurgeti. Let us share few words about the production process! We collect tea from the tea bushes on abandoned plantations and bring wild-growing raw materials from the surrounding mountains. The country’s warm climate in the plains of Guria and its adjoining Adjara and Samegrelo regions are fantastic for tea cultivation. The leaf is processed according to the technology of Chinese tea, taking into account the climate of Georgia - humidity and temperature. We make tea using equipment from China: we roll it on rollers,...

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News

Dmitry Pekov
Dear tea lovers, meet our new collection of tea and teaware!
Explore our new teas, among which: smoked Lapsang Soushong, new aromatic Gaba oolongs, Indian green and black teas, loose sheng puers and about 10 new herbal blends from Russia!
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