One thing I love about tea is being able to taste teas from around the world! I was pretty excited to try this one because it is from Vietnam and I haven’t had too many teas from there!
I came across Mona’s Instagram account when I saw her carefully hand drawn tea labels and her tea travels. We started chatting and soon after she sweetly offered to send me some teas to try!
I love maple syrup, plain and simple – I enjoy the taste and it reminds me of Canada. So, when I saw this blend at the shop, with its warm sweet woody smell, I had to pick it up!
Milk oolongs is one of the first Taiwanese oolongs I ever tried, after Tieguanyin. So, it has a fond place in my heart and I am always excited to try a new one!
Monthly subscription boxes are my Achilles’ heel. I love the idea of getting a surprise package with all sorts of new teas to test out! So, I was pretty excited when Field to Cup reached out to me! Therefore, I wanted to share the box with my readers, so I am partnering with them for my 4-year Blogiversary giveaway!
Sticky rice is a nostalgic food for me! I remember getting sticky rice wrapped in lotus leaves at dim sum as a child. Therefore, I knew that I had to pick this up right away!
I’m always on a quest to learn more about tea. A great way is through flights and comparing teas. So, when I saw a blind tea tasting Kickstarter campaign, I was in!
This was the first year that CitizenTea put out this product. Since I was a huge fan of Creamy Nut Oolong, I knew I wanted to try this set out!
When I opened its tin, this one smelled like a strawberry garden!
I loved how this one smelled right off the bat! The dry blend had a lovely citrus smell from the lemon peels!