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.
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!