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Our pick of Nigiro

We’ve recently welcomed the Nigiro tea brand to our new and shiny pantry collection on Yuppiechef. Here’s the down-low on our pick of Nigiro teas and tools and what makes up a winning tea tasting essentials kit. The teas Our selection of...

The man behind Nigiro tea

Behind every great brand are the people and their passions who brought it into being. The man who stands, smiling, behind Nigiro tea is Mingwei Tsai. Mingwei came to visit us here at Yuppiechef HQ to share his appreciation of...

The science and secrets of tea

There’s a whole lot more to tea than Victorian ladies sipping it delicately from porcelain cups or the daily routine of dunking a tea bag in a mug for a few seconds. Oh yes, siree. In fact, having welcomed the...

Buchu Tea

This tea is nice. And it is very good for you. It smells like blackcurrant minty magic: If you don’t know about Buchu tea, read this post. Ronel Terblanche of Cape Moondance dropped off these two boxes of tea at...

We’re having a ball with tea

Revolution have given us samples of their premium imported teas to send out with Yuppiechef purchases linked to tea drinking. Nice of them, right? Spatchit, our small and furry office creature, had a rollick and frolic with some of the tea...

A Revolution in tea

We just had a meeting with some tea people. Well, a tea person.

Making tea with Bodum

Candice Winterboer is a Yuppiechef. She also won our Hartenberg Wine Pairing competition, lucky thing. Candice is a serious tea drinker, and sent us a review of the Bodum Kenya Tea Press. Here are her thoughts on making tea with Bodum: “I’m...

English tea at the Yuppiechef HQ

Mike decided to go 'English' today and prepared some simple cucumber and cream cheese sandwiches for afternoon tea. It was super fab to get outside and enjoy some stunning Cape Town weather. Thanks Mike!