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Jul 02, 2013
Silver needle white tea, a traditional style of Chinese white tea originating in Fujian province, is now produced in at least six other countries. RateTea reports on these developments and provides a tool for searching and browsing these teas.

Jul 02, 2013
RateTea has launched a new Tumblr blog highlighting the beauty and diversity inherent in tea culture. The blog features material independent from the site's newsletter and other social media presences.

Jul 01, 2013
RateTea deleted and re-created their Facebook page, which serves as an official social media presence for the site. The new page reflects the brand name change to RateTea associated with the acquisition of the domain.

May 01, 2013
RateTea added county-level detail to Yunnan province, allowing teas on the site to be classified to the level of individual counties. Currently, five counties are listed: Fengqing, Lancang, Menghai, Simao, and Yongde.

Apr 09, 2013
Whole leaf tea, or full leaf tea, is tea consisting of whole, unbroken leaves. Tea companies have been using these terms casually, sometimes in reference to tea that actually consists of broken leaves.

Jan 22, 2013
RateTea has issued their January 2013 Top Tea Ratings. Top ranking teas are from Teavana, Upton Tea Imports, Rishi Tea, Republic of Tea, Adagio Tea, Ahmad Tea, Celestial Seasonings, and Novus Tea. 7 of the top 10 are loose-leaf teas.

Aug 02, 2012
Over 260 people have reviewed teas on RateTea, as reported in the site's August 2012 report. These reviewers have produced over 1700 published tea reviews, covering 193 distinct brands of tea.

Aug 02, 2012
RateTea has made available a wide variety of social networking icons, for tea companies and tea bloggers, to be displayed along social networking icons for Facebook, Twitter, Google Plus, Steepster, and other websites.

Jul 28, 2012
RateTea, best known for its focus on pure tea culture, also lists hibiscus "tea" for review, an herbal tea also known as Jamaica and by other names.

Jul 27, 2012
White peony tea, also known as Bai Mu Dan, is historically only produced in China. However, recent innovation has led to this type of tea also being produced in Malawi. RateTea reports on this unusual development.

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