• How green tea is made

    How green tea is made

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    How to produce tea from a fresh tea leaf so that it ends up as a cup of steaming hot green tea? And why should you even care how your tea is made? Although processing tea is a bit like making apple pie- every chef has their recipe and all the variations can be amazing, depending on the mood, season and sort of apples,...
  • How is it to live in Georgia?

    How is it to live in Georgia?

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    Where did you get the courage to move to Georgia? How much does it cost to live in Georgia? What do you eat in Georgia? We have heard all those questions after packing our things up in Estonia and Lithuania and moving to Georgia for the main part of the year. Let’s try to answer those questions and who knows, maybe we’ll see you...
  • How to make tea from Camellia Sinensis at home?

    How to make tea from Camellia Sinensis at home?

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    Some of you have asked, and we would have loved to read this kind of article a year ago when we started with our first tea making tests in our home kitchen. So here it is- how to turn your tea bush, Camellia Sinensis, into a cup of delicious tea in your home kitchen.  Before we start, keep in mind, that these are very...
  • 3 easy ways to brew loose leaf tea

    3 easy ways to brew loose leaf tea

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    Drinking high-quality loose leaf tea is great in theory - better for the environment, no additional chemicals in your tea from the packaging and so on... That’s why many of us buy loose leaf tea, but in reality, tea bags seem to be a whole lot more comfortable if you stare at your tea-shelf after waking up in the morning or coming home after...
  • Tea dictionary

    Tea dictionary

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    What means what? Since usually no one really talks about how tea is processed, it can get a bit overwhelming for a tea novice to understand what is what and why is it there anyway. This small and very simplified tea dictionary can hopefully shed some light to the matter. I'm not a fan of complicated explanations, you should expect this from here either....
  • Season two as tea farmers in Georgia- let's go!

    Season two as tea farmers in Georgia- let's go!

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    Team Renegade is back in Georgia and ready for action! Being away from the tea fields and endless surprises that life in Georgia has to offer, and spending time with our close ones more was really something to be enjoyed, but now we are all more motivated than ever to face season nr two for Renegade Tea Estate! Seems like a perfect time to...
  • How we ran a 40-day marathon of crowdfunding

    How we ran a 40-day marathon of crowdfunding

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    Selling a product that you actually do not even have yet, and doing it intensively for 40 days in a row is definitely not an easy task, and even though we did not reach our full goal in Indiegogo I am brave enough to say that actually we did quite well with our crowdfunding campaign- 221 people who chose to trust and believe in...
  • გამარჯობა- learning Georgian!

    გამარჯობა- learning Georgian!

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    Georgian is amongst the 10 oldest languages in the world and apparently, Georgians decided somewhere in the very early stages of history that they want their very own everything. Therefore they came up with the Georgian language- Kartuli ena and alphabet- Georgian script. It had three different versions but the one that is used now mostly consists of letters that for me look like the Latin...
  • Tea- what it is and and how it's made?

    Tea- what it is and and how it's made?

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    I have to admit that my knowledge about tea before Renegade-time mostly consisted of the fact that there is hot water involved and something soaked in it. Now that I have made some research I must admit that the tea world is much more exciting (and a lot more complicated) than it seems.
  • How I became a Renegade aka „What intriques a Millenial?“

    How I became a Renegade aka „What intriques a Millenial?“

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    „I felt like it“ can be stated as my main motivation for saying „yes“ to Kristiina, when on the 1st of January she asked me, how would I feel about joining her and Hannes in the journey of growing tea in Georgia. I can now say that I only made an impression (for myself as well) like I was thinking about it, but actually,...
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