I intended for this post to be a Tea Feature of Lu Ann Pannunzio and review of her book, Tea-spiration: Inspirational Words for Tea Lovers. However, during the holidays, Lu Ann sweetly sent me a card along with some of her favourite matcha from Encha Organic Matcha! So, instead, this will be a Tea Feature of Lu Ann with a review of her book, Tea-spiration, and a Tea Review of mini-Encha.
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I have to say, as a Canadian, one thing I love is supporting Canadian brands whenever I can. However, I also love tasting new teas all the time, so sample sizes are the best way for me to go! Enter Amoda Tea. Continue reading “TEA FEATURE & TEA REVIEW: Amoda Tea & December 2017 Monthly Tea Subscription Box”
Ending off the year with an oolong and two black teas. I admit, one big reason why these are the last teas of the year is because of their names: “Wow!” and “Chocolate Mar-TEA-ni”. They seem like fitting teas to end the year off with!
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Description: “Dark green slender sencha green tea leaves blended with roasted brown rice make a warming cup with fresh grassy flavour and nutty notes.” – via Amoda Monthly Box
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Tea received at a discount for review
This will be my last Sips by review for the year! That actually makes me sad. I received three boxes and each one was unique and fun! This time there are two blacks, a puerh ball, and a herbal blend in the box!
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Tea provided for review
I am not 100% on this, but I’m pretty sure I came across Lemon Lily in the comment section on one of my posts when I asked about flavouring in blends. Jason, the owner, kindly chimed in and was very informative about flavouring!
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Description: “This will warm you up on a cold night. Broken leaf assam is used, which steeps quickly and gives a full body.” – via Amoda Monthly Box
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