Green Tea Powder - South Georgia Matcha Style

Debbie Odom
I love experimenting with all the nifty things I can do with my tea plants. My daughter gave me a gift of Matcha tea recently.  I really liked the flavor and the texture. I also like that I can add it to my smoothies and other food. So I decided that I would try to make my own Matcha style Tea.  

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Tsubaki Tea™ Plants - Why They Are Different

Debbie Odom
Tsubaki Tea is a collection of Camellia sinensis Tea Plants developed and grown for their superior performance from garden to cup.  Learn why our brand is unique from others who sell generic tea plants.

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My August Oolong Tea

Debbie Odom
The end of summer is hot in Georgia but the tea loves it.  This is a batch of Oolong Tea from August that I did and it turned out pretty good!

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Tea Plant FAQS

Debbie Odom

Want to know the basics of Camellia Sinenis Tea Plants?  Here are a few of the most common questions people ask about growing their own tea!

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All Tea Comes From One Plant Species

Debbie Odom
Tea is only made from the leaves of Camellia sinensis, not other ornamental camellias.  All tea, whether it's green, black or oolong, comes from this one plant species.

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Grow Your Own Tea!

Debbie Odom

Did you know that you can grow your own tea?  Did you also know that the tea we all drink comes from the leaves of a Camellia?  Not all camellias are used for making tea.  

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