Welcome to Doehi Tea
Welcome to our family of true tea lovers! We invite you to be a part of our tea culture, join in our specials, tea of the week, and to taste the finest in loose leaf tea anywhere.
What makes Doehi so different?
At Doehi, we select only the finest ingredients, allowing you to experience tastes that redefine flavor and harmony. We introduce a higher level of quality to our clients whom we call family. We put time, care, and effort into producing only the richest and most robust tea blends found anywhere. Doehi does not only stand for the utmost in quality and unparalleled flavor, but our commitment to our ever growing family.
Why Loose Leaf Tea?
Loose leaf tea has been adored for thousands of years for its variety, medicinal and health benefits. Even today, some studies have shown that drinking beverages which come from the Camellia sinensis have helped to avert some forms of cancer, prevented heart disease, lowered cholesterol, supported weight loss, helped combat free radicals which cause signs of aging, and had a helping hand in fighting a plethora of other health issues.
The Widest Variety of Tea Blends Anywhere
We continue by offering our family the widest variety of teas, infusions, tisane, mate, and herbal teas anywhere. From flavored teas, caffeine free blends, and herbal supplements, we offer the best iterations for your specific tastes and preferences. We offer award-winning blends which have swept ceremonies and events; blends which embody the essence of water, fire, and earth; blends which embrace passion, love, and romance; blends which envelope tranquility, peace, and serenity; blends which offer oneness and harmony; blends which invite mental awareness, increased energy, and vitality.
And this is only the beginning…
Types of Teas
Whether its black tea, green tea, oolong tea, or white tea, they all come from the same plant, the Camellia Sinensis (native to Asia and over 3,000 varieties). What makes the differences in teas comes from the geography (where it’s grown), the growing conditions, and how the tea is processed.
Black Tea experiences the longest processing method. After picking select leaves, they are sun dried to the point of wilting, ever so slightly. The leaves then undergo the process of oxidation. This is where water evaporates from the leaves, so they are able to absorb oxygen. This results in the colors of the leaves darkening, becoming brown or black. You are then left with a tea that is vibrant, robust, and delicious.
Green Tea undergoes a minimal oxidation process. Green Tea varieties differ greatly depending on the growing conditions, horticulture, how it’s processed, and when it is harvested. After picking, select leaves are allowed to wither only slightly, then removed abruptly, stopping the oxidation process altogether. The leaves are then rapidly heated, which causes Green Tea to have less caffeine than other forms of tea. It further grants Green Tea a subtle flavor with varying undertones.
Oolong Tea embodies a delectable fruity and fragrant bouquet, and an enticing, bold flavor. It is sometimes referred to as a “weight loss tea”, because of its fat-burning properties. Oolong is also great for the digestive tract and metabolism, and may help to lower cholesterol levels. Other notable attributes of Oolong, is the tea’s ability to rejuvenate and revitalize your skin and complexion.
The white tea comes from the younger leaves (delicate buds) of the Camellia Sinensis plant. The fine silvery-white hairs on the buds are where the “white tea” gets its name. After picking the buds, they are allowed to wither under the sun and are lightly processed to prevent oxidation, preserving the characteristic flavor of the tea. This is the most delicate of all the tea and has a natural sweetness. The white tea should be brewed at a very low temperature with a short steeping time. This tea produces the lowest amount of caffeine.
Make sure to order some loose leaf tea by Doehi Tea today and start enjoying our Tea Blends of the world.
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