The Right Tea for the Webinar

This week I have been presenting webinars for students in different countries around the world.

I always like to have a drink handy when I am lecturing in case my throat starts to dry out. Since I am presenting from home it is nice to be able to choose one of my many teas.

oi ocha, green tea, japan, tea bagsFor my webinar with Japan earlier this week I selected some Green Tea I bought during my last trip there.

Japanese Green tea, oi ocha, tea please, tea time, brewingI enjoyed a nice cup of green tea while presenting.

Vahdam Tea, Oolong Tea, Indian TeaFor my webinar with India I decide to make a cup of Vahdam High Mountain Oolong Tea, which comes from the Darjeeling area of India. One of my trainers from India had brought it to me on his last trip to California.Oolong Tea, Vahdam Tea, Heavy Oxidized OolongThis tea has a nice dark color and is one of the more highly oxidized oolong teas.

DaYuLing Tea, Taiwan Tea, High Mountain Tea, Oolong TeaFor my webinar with Southeast Asia I made some DaYuLing Oolong Tea from Taiwan. This tea had been brought to me by my trainer from Singapore who helped me organize the webinar for his region.

DaYuLing Tea, Taiwan Tea, High Mountain Tea, Oolong TeaI really like this tea. The taste is a bit sweet and mellow and has some floral tones. The mouth feel is very smooth with no harsh edges. There is a nice lingering aftertaste in the early infusions which reduces slowly with later ones. It also sometimes has a hint of cinnamon, or something similar.

I have a few more webinars coming up in the next couple weeks and I already have plans for what teas I will be drinking while I am presenting.

I now have to go make a cup of tea 🙂


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