In my most recent Kyoto Obubu Farms’ Tea Club box, this special sencha arrived and I wanted to share!Continue reading “Kyoto Obubu Tea Farms’ Hachiju-Hachiya | Tea Review”
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I have a fond spot for Japanese black teas, however, they are uncommon. So, when I saw Kyoto Obubu Tea Farms had a Japanese black tea that was rolled like a sencha, I had to try it!Continue reading “Kyoto Obubu Tea Farms’ Pine Needle Wakoucha | Tea Review”
When spring comes around, I always think back to my time in Japan looking at the cherry blossoms. Therefore, it seemed only fitting to try a cherry blossom blend!Continue reading “Kyoto Obubu Tea Farms’ Sakura Sencha | Tea Review”
Since it is January, I thought it would be nice to start it off with traditional Japanese new year tea!Continue reading “Kyoto Obubu Tea Farm’s Obukucha | Tea Review”
Over the years, I’ve had the chance to try a range of subscription boxes. I was pretty excited when Bruu Tea reached out and offered to send me one to try!
Every quarter, I receive my Obubu Tea Club box. Last month, it came with a tea I hadn’t tried before, so I wanted to share it!
At the start of my tea journey, many years ago, both Lu Ann (The Cup of Life) and Tegan (Amoda Tea) were instrumental to my tea growth. So, when Lu Ann became the curator for the Amoda Tea monthly boxes, I was happy, proud, and curious to see what Lu Ann had come up with!
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!
Monthly subscription boxes are my Achilles’ heel. I love the idea of getting a surprise package with all sorts of new teas to test out! So, I was pretty excited when Field to Cup reached out to me! Therefore, I wanted to share the box with my readers, so I am partnering with them for my 4-year Blogiversary giveaway!
As a past intern at Kyoto Obubu Tea Farms, I always think of my time there fondly, so I love drinking tea from the farm because it transports me back to Japan.