Last week, I shared my experience attending Camellia Sinensis’ first virtual Summer Session! This week I will continue reviewing the teas that was apart of the event.Continue reading “Camellia Sinensis’ Summer Session 08/2020 (Part 2) | Tea Event & Review”
I originally tried a sample of this tea at the 2020 Toronto Tea Festival as part of T By Daniel’s new Private Collection!Continue reading “T By Daniel’s Siam Noir | Tea Review”
When I saw that The Tea Practitioner, Sierra, offered a black tea and a white tea from the same tea farm located on Mount Kilimanjaro, I wanted to try both to compare!
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!
Whenever I see coffee and tea hybrids, I like to give them a try, especially since it was the first tea I reviewed on this blog!
This is the last post of my three-part Chinese black tea comparisons from Master Teas! It has been a fun journey to see how vastly different and similar the teas have been.
Two weeks ago, I started my three-part series comparing Chinese black teas from Masters Teas by Adagio Teas. This is part-two with a black tea from Fujian.
I was craving black tea and this one smelled lovely! I really liked the dark twisted leaves and sweet earthy aroma.
Continue reading “Masters Teas by Adagio Teas’ Qimen Caixia | Tea Review”
I always like trying new brands and a curated sampler set is a great way to get to know a brand!
This blend had a lovely smell in the store, so I knew I had to take it home with me!