Mighty Leaf News

Latte to Love: Create a Terrific Tea Latte at Home
10/15/2015  |  Brewing Tea
Tea latte

During my time as a barista, I made countless lattes. Traditionally a latte starts with a perfectly pulled shot of espresso and 8 ounces of freshly steamed milk poured on top, leaving ¼ inch room for foam with the consistency of €œmelted ice cream€ to top it off. Tea lattes were a bit of a red-headed stepchild back then and I'€™m excited to see they are now being given the attention they deserve.

Meet the Tea Team Behind Our Whole Leaf Tea
9/15/2015  |  Brewing Tea

At Mighty Leaf Tea, our whole leaf tea goes through rigorous tastings to ensure they are ready for you to buy and brew at home. Take a sneak peek of one of our tea cuppings by clicking here or on the photo below to meet the tea team of Eliot Jordan, Danielle Hochstetter, and Anni Pattee. We will be bringing you freshly brewed ideas and talking about our favorite two leaves and a bud. Join us!

Three Ways to Brew Iced Tea
6/16/2010  |  Brewing Tea

Iced tea is a classic summer-time ritual and distinctive American beverage. Legend has it that Richard Blechynden, an English entrepreneur and merchant, started serving iced tea on a hot day at the 1904 St. Louis World's Fair. Although many quality ready-to-drink iced teas are commercially available today, brewing iced tea at home is an easy and convenient way to enjoy the fresh and pure goodness of whole leaf tea.

Boiling Water for Tea: Bubbles and Steam
10/13/2009  |  Brewing Tea
Boiling Water - Tea Kettle A

Traditional methods and new technologies alike provide unique ways for tea fans to determine the correct temperature when boiling water for tea. From the shape and size of bubbles to electric tea kettles with built-in precision gauges, we will explore the nuances of measuring water temperature. This includes a cooling your water down technique for green tea, thermometers, electric tea kettles, hot water dispensers and the traditional Chinese method of examining water bubble size. Let's get ready to boil!