In the past, I’ve reviewed teas from Bitterleaf Teas before. However, I never really spoke about the company. I came across Bitterleaf Teas a year ago because I saw a picture of their pretty packaging (I’m a sucker for packaging).
Over the past holiday season, I noticed that Teabox had a large range of sample packs. Teabox is an Indian tea brand that was founded in 2012. Based on their website, they have a nice selection of teas and a few of their sets caught my eye, so I had to buy them!
As a Canadian, I always love supporting tea brands in Canada. So, when I realized 3 Teas offered sample sizes, I had to try some! 3 Teas advertise themselves as: “Purveyors of fine, ethically produced speciality teas from Burlington, Ontario, Canada.”
Description: “Matsu will be good for daily Matcha use. Its still delicious enough to use as a Tea Ceremony practice.”
Last one of my four-part series on Japanese green teas from Yunomi! I’m a bit sad, but also very happy that I was able to try all these different teas. I think of the four flights, this one has the most unique looking teas. In my other posts, I wrote my thoughts about Aracha, Bancha, and Fukamushi Teas, Konacha, Kukicha, and Mecha Teas and Sencha, Gyokuro, and Kabusecha Teas. Let’s go!
Last week was a busy week for me so I will be posting Part 3 and 4 back-to-back! I’m actually sad that this is over, but I am excited to try more Japanese teas and more reviews like this in the future! Let’s go!