Tea is a beverage that has many complexities. Therefore, I wanted to break down one question spanning three countries (China, Japan and Korea) and answer why countries have such different teas! I thought it would be fun to bring some tea friends in to get the conversation going!Continue reading “What Makes East Asian Teas Unique? (ft. ZhenTea, Momo Tea and Soocha Tea) | TEA 101”
As I was looking through my old photos, I realized I never posted about my time in Taiwan. So, I thought since it was the end of the year, it would be nice to go down memory lane.Continue reading “My Favourite Places in Taiwan | Tea Travel”
While in Hong Kong last summer, I had the opportunity to explore the tea culture there!
I was feeling nostalgic after my NYC Favourite Tea Places list, so I decided to continue the series! Last year I visited Japan, Hong Kong, and Taiwan. Over the next few months, I will outline some of my favorite places! This time will be Japan! Continue reading “My Favourite Tea Places in Japan | Tea Travel”
Back in July, I visited New York City for a short trip! Some of my tea friends were meeting up to do an informal tea tour, so I tag along!
Over the last two weeks, I shared my experience at the 2019 World Tea Expo. During my time in Las Vegas, I was able to attend various workshops, one of them being a green tea processing workshop!
Last week I posted Part 1 of my World Tea Expo recap where I covered my first 3 days in Las Vegas. This week I will dive into the experimental green tea processing workshop I attended and the rest of my time in Vegas. I thought a fitting cover photo would be a tea I helped with processing!
I love going to tea events and I’ve been always been eyeing the World Tea Expo! It is one of the largest tea events in North America, so I was excited I was able to go this year.
While summer has already come, I still wanted to share this tea from spring because I helped pick the Cherry Blossoms last year when I was an intern at Obubu!
One fact that many people don’t know is that 99% of all tea is machine harvested in Japan. However, every year, there is a select amount of teas that are hand-picked and rolled at the start of spring. Last year, I had a chance to be a part of it!