Since it is the end of the year, I have been reminiscing about the past. So, I was looking through teas I had and I found a tea that was gifted to me that I hadn’t tried yet!Continue reading “Tao Tea Leaf’s Purple Pu-Er | Tea Review”
Trying new tea is such a fun experience, so when I saw this black tea placed inside a pomelo peel, I wanted to see how it tasted!Continue reading “Mountain Stream Teas’ Honey Black Pomelo Tea Ball | Tea Review”
For the last two weeks, I have shared my experience attending Camellia Sinensis’ first virtual Summer Session! This week, I will be reviewing the last three teas of the event!Continue reading “Camellia Sinensis’ Summer Session 08/2020 (Part 3) | Tea Event & Review”
With a name like “brown sugar,” I had to try this tea! I always like exploring teas that have a sweeter note.
Last month, I tried my first bamboo aged pu-er. When I was looking through my stash, I found this and wanted to try it as well!
Over the last few years, I’ve been working on developing my knowledge of tea processing. Side-by-side comparisons can be hard to come by, so I was happy when I saw Zhen Tea release this collection!
I’ve always wanted to try a pressed cake that could be easily broken apart and brewed!
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!
After trying some aged teas from The Treasure Green Tea Company, I was craving some more. So, I decided to try the raw (sheng) pu-erhs I received while I was in Vancouver! One tea is in cake format and the other is loose.
When I visit a new place, I can’t help but scout out tea shops. While in Vancouver, Canada, I had the opportunity to visit Treasure Green Tea Shop. Treasure Green advertises themselves as the “first authentic Chinese tea shop in Vancouver”, opening in 1981.