The Toronto Tea Festival is this weekend! So, I wanted to share my Tea Taster Box with everyone! Continue reading “Toronto Tea Festival’s 2020 Oolong Tea Taster Box | Tea Review”
I have been enjoying oolongs lately during the colder months, so I decided to brew this one!
When I’m at dim sum, I always order sticky rice when I can. So, I was excited to see how this tea would match up to it.
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!
As I continue on my tea journey, one thing that has been very insightful is trying teas from one tea producer of a country! I find it is a great way to better understand a region!
At the start of my tea journey, many years ago, both Lu Ann (The Cup of Life) and Tegan (Amoda Tea) were instrumental to my tea growth. So, when Lu Ann became the curator for the Amoda Tea monthly boxes, I was happy, proud, and curious to see what Lu Ann had come up with!
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!