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Notes from the Garden Blog

What Can We Do To Help Reduce the Rocky Mountain Pine Beetle Blues?

According to the Colorado State Forest Service, there has been an outbreak of Rocky Mountain Pine Beetles since 1996, resulting in the loss of millions of trees in the Colorado forests. The beetles tunnel into live pines such as lodgepole, ponderosa, Scotch and limber pines and lay eggs. The larvae live off the tree from [...]

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Bangladesh: Where in the World?

BANGLADESH: WHERE IN THE WORLD?Linda Appel LipsiusCo-Founder & CEOTeatulia 100% Organic Single Garden TeasAll Teatulia Teas come from our tea garden in Bangladesh.When I tell people that our teas come from Bangladesh, 8 out of 10 times, they inevitably follow up by asking me where in India our tea garden is.Bangladesh is a country.India is [...]

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The World of Green: Musings on Green Tea

The World of Green: Musings on Green TeaBy Linda Appel LipsiusCo-Founder & CEOTeatulia 100% Organic Single Garden TeasNow, we all know that there are different types of tea out there: black tea, green tea, white tea, oolong, yellow tea (yes, there’s such a thing!), etc. Today, however, I will dive a little deeper and [...]

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9 Things You Should Unlearn About Tea

There are many tea myths out there, as we all know. Check out this article from theChicagotribune.com that dispells common tea myths:MYTH: Tea comes in many varieties.False! Only one plant gives us tea leaves—the Camellia sinensis. The differences in color and flavor among the three basic types—black, green and oolong—depend on how the leaves are [...]

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Singing in the Tea Field

In Bangladesh it is not uncommon to hear singing at any given moment. In this video, women sing while they pluck the tea.

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Teas From Bangladesh: The Next Generation Focused Tasting

For those of you attending the 2008 World Tea Expo we invite you to attend Teas From Bangladesh: The Next Generation Focused Tasting. This will take place on June 1st from 8:30am – 9:30am.This seminar will feature Teatulia founder and CEO Kazi Anis Ahmed and Consultant Linda Appel Lipsius. Read their bios by clicking this [...]

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Teatulia – More Than Organic

By definition, to be certified USDA Organic, you must adhere to the following:Avoidance of most synthetic chemical inputs (e.g. fertilizer, pesticides, antibiotics, food additives, etc), genetically modified organisms, irradiation, and the use of sewage sludge. At Tetulia, we go far beyond Organic: We follow the Masanobu Fukuoka “Do Nothing” farming method. The Fukuoka Method ensures [...]

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The Teatulia Cooperative – Bringing life to the land and people

When the first camellia sinensis was planted in the Tetulia garden in 2000, the goal wasn’t necessarily to produce an amazing premium tea. The goal was to employ the largest number of people in a healthy, progressive and environmentally-friendly enterprise. It just so happens that Tetulia accomplished this, while cultivating a world-class organic tea!One of [...]

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