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!
When you add the word “maple” to tea or blend’s name, it has a pretty high chance of going home with me!
I love going to tea events since there is always so much to see! I went to the Toronto Coffee and Tea Expo a few years ago, so I decided to go again this year! Most of the events I go to tend to be just tea focused, so it was neat that this had both coffee and tea.
Anything Canada inspired most likely already gets a vote from me. So, when I noticed the name of this blend, I wanted to see how it compared to the Spadina, Toronto that I know!
I have only tried Korean teas one other time in the past, so, when Soo reached out to me and offered to send me some teas to try, I was ready to share it with my readers as well.
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!
Despite being a very classic tea, I have to admit, I have only had Bi Luo Chun (means “green snail spring”) a few times. So, when I saw it on the DAVIDsTEA website, I decided to give it a try!
When I first smelled this at the D by Daniel shop, it had a rich smell of vanilla and coconut. What’s not to love?
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!
I’ve had my fair share of chocolate flavour teas, but I am always up for more!