Loose Leaf Tea Vs. Tea Bags, Which One Is Really Better?

Tea is primarily be consumed by people in two styles: Loose Leaf Tea and Tea Bags. Compared with the argument about hand drip coffee and instant coffee, the competition of Loose Leaf Teas vs. Tea Bags is much...

Why Do Japanese Restaurants Love To Serve Genmaicha Tea Free?

Korean and Japanese cuisines lovers may be familiar with Genmaicha. It has a fully roasted flavor, but unlike Oolong, the fragrance is from the tiny rice grains in the tea. The Japanese green tea's unique umami and...

About Bakelite Tea Tray: 3 Pros & Cons, Buying & Maintain Guide

For a long time, the bakelite tea tray gives a plain and twopenny impression. Its style is onefold and straightforward; the color looks intentionally imitating wood but lacks anima. Actually, just talk about the practicability, bakelite tea...

Hojicha: A Charming Japanese Tea Made From Roasted Leaves

Japanese teas are famous for their unique and strong umami, a flavor similar to kelp, full of sea feeling. However, not everybody loves this taste. Fortunately, there is a particular type: Hojicha. Whether the looks and flavor,...

What Is Bancha Actually Means? Here are 5 Famous Types

We've talked that Sencha is the most popular tea in Japan. In fact, Sencha is a large family. In this family, there is a little brother - Bancha. Most izakayas and small restaurants in Japan serve their...

How Did Sencha Become The Most Popular Green Tea In Japan?

Matcha and the complex Sado may be the first impress when we talk about Japanese tea. Actually, in Japanese ordinary daily life, a kind of green tea called Sencha takes the absolute position. It got a more...

7 benefits of Lavender Tea – Not Just For A Good Dream

Lavender may be the flower that people are most familiar with in the world. Except for being an interior and garden decoration, its products are everywhere in our life, such as essential oil, perfume, seasoner, etc. Once...

Mengding Ganlu Tea – Sweet Dew From The Tea Birthplace

Ya'an, Sichuan took an important position in ancient China; we've talked about this place more than once in the previous articles. It is not just one of the tea birthplaces but also plays an essential role in...

Why Honored Gyokuro Tea As The Highest Grade Japanese Tea?

Matcha may be the first-come impression that many people talk about Japanese tea. Actually, Japanese tea got many types, even though they are almost green tea. Among them, Gyokuro is honored as the top grade, just as...

6 Types Of Jianzhan(Tenmoku) Style: The Most Beautiful Teaware

Teaware is praised as the father of tea. A set of excellent teaware not only improves the tea-drinking experience but also becomes valuable collectibles; Jianzhan is one of the most popular. Compare with the old-fashion and humdrum Zisha teapot, the...

Honeysuckle Tea: Best Traditional Chinese Anti-inflammatory Drink

Last Friday I ate too many fried foods at dinner. As a result, when I woke up the following day, my throat felt burning, and several acne came to my face, even a slight headache. Then I...

3 Reasons Why People Rinse The Tea Leaves Before Brewing

I often suggest pouring away the first brewed when making tea in some of my guides; Wash Tea, Rinse Tea, Pre brew, whatever you call it. You might think, what a waste it is! Why should you rinse the tea...

Learn More About Tea - Lastea

Tea is one of the most popular daily drink in the world. Each type of tea has different nature benefits and taste, surprising and charming.
As tea lovers, here we share everything about tea.



Tea Types

Green Tea

Black Tea

Dark Tea

Oolong Tea

White Tea

Yellow Tea

Herbal Tea