Walking into a DAVIDsTEA is what started my tea adventure over 3 years ago, so when I saw that they were celebrating their 10th anniversary, I knew I had to check it out. As a tribute, DAVIDsTEA re-released a handful of fan favs and I picked up a set!
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Teas Provided by Kyoto Obubu Tea Farms
Since I am living at Kyoto Obubu Tea Farms in Japan, it seemed most fitting to start a series focused on tea: TEA 101! The first post I wanted to write was a guide to common Japanese green teas.
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Today, I will be featuring Deb from the Sugared Teacup and I will be also reviewing a Holiday Tea Box she curated for me. I came across Deb when I crossed paths with her on Instagram. Deb has been such a great part of my tea journey.
Continue reading “The Sugared Teacup Custom Box (ft. For Tea’s Sake, First Edition Tea Co., Tealish, T by Daniel, and The Honest Leaf) | Tea Feature & Review”
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!
Continue reading “Sips by’s 2017 November Box (ft. Yatra Tea Company, Nepali Tea Traders, white2tea, and Lauku Tea) | Tea Review”
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!
Continue reading “Lemon Lily Organic Tea’s Maritime Maple, Cherry Vanilla, and Coconut Ginger | Tea Review”
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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Description: “In this blend we’ve bumped the orange up a notch by adding two different types and we’ve mixed in some creamy sweet vanilla.” – via Amoda Monthly Box
Continue reading “Amoda Tea’s Citrus Cream Earl Grey | Tea Review”
Tea provided for review
I actually came across this brand on Instagram. However, it was a UK brand. Thankfully, I did some digging and found out that they had a Canadian arm, so I reached out to buy some samples. Paul, one of the brothers, was kind enough to send me some teas and some tea filters!
Continue reading “Shibui Tea’s Tropical Green, English Breakfast, and Imperial Yunnan Organic | Tea Review”
Tea discounted for review
This is my second monthly box from Sips by. I have to say, I really enjoyed my first box because it gave me the opportunity to try some new brands. One thing I still like about the boxes is how the tea is sent in the brand’s own packaging, so you’re able to get a sense of the company. I think that that is a neat touch! Continue reading “Sips by’s 2017 October Box (Ft. West China Tea Company, Nepal Tea LLC, The Tea Spot, and Camellia Tea) | Tea Review”