I loved how this one smelled right off the bat! The dry blend had a lovely citrus smell from the lemon peels!
I haven’t had yerba mate for some time, so I was excited to see this blend in my 25 Day Tea Journey set and was excited to try it out!
Admittedly, I am a sucker for monthly tea boxes since they give me an opportunity to try teas I normally may not have! Therefore, when Tea Sparrow offered to send me their December box, I was in!
Did you know that white tea could be aged? I didn’t know for a long time either, but I found it really brings out the white tea flavour so, I was craving some recently!
I haven’t had a Chinese black tea in a while, so I dug around and found this! I haven’t had a Lapsang Souchong in a long time so, I was excited!
Last week, I started my two-part series about Oollo Tea’s Classic Taster Set. I was excited to try the rest, so I am posting part two this week! I will be trying three rolled oolongs from Taiwan.
I was feeling nostalgic about Taiwan and Vancouver, Canada, so I decided to hit two birds with one stone and taste Oollo Tea’s Classic Taster Set. I realized the last time that I had Taiwanese teas was back when I was in Taiwan earlier this year!
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.
I always enjoy tasting a flight of teas and learning more about each unique tea and the differences between them. So, when I was at O5 Rare Tea + Kombucha Bar in Vancouver, Canada, I knew I had to pick up this set along with the Japanese one from last week!
While visiting Vancouver, BC, Canada, one tea shop I went to was O5 Tea + Kombucha Bar. I left with some samples and two flights (sets) of teas – one from Japan and another from China. This will be a two-part series with today’s post focusing on the Japanese set!