When spring comes around, I always think back to my time in Japan looking at the cherry blossoms. Therefore, it seemed only fitting to try a cherry blossom blend!Continue reading “Kyoto Obubu Tea Farms’ Sakura Sencha | Tea Review”
As I was looking through my tea collection, I realized I had one more tea from the Satemwa Tea Estate to share!Continue reading “Rare Tea Company’s Lost Malawi English Breakfast | Tea Review”
I first found out about Teakan through Instagram when they released volume 2 of their exploration kit. The greatest part about tea is the journey, so I decided to give the kit a taste!Continue reading “Teakan’s Vol. 2 Exploration Kit | Tea Review”
As someone who likes black tea in the morning, I am always on the hunt for a new daily black tea!Continue reading “white2tea’s Daily Jinjunmei | Tea Review”
At the beginning of 2020, Mona from Teawala offered her first online tea course about tea tasting. Since it is always a joy to learn about teas, I decided to take the opportunity to learn more!Continue reading “Teawala’s Taste Tea like a Professional Course | Tea Course Review”
Over the last few months, the tea community has seen an explosion of online content in the form of courses, events, and everything in between! When I found out the annual Camellia Sinensis Summer Tea School program was repackaged into a virtual online event, I quickly purchased the accompanying teas!
I originally tried a sample of this tea at the 2020 Toronto Tea Festival as part of T By Daniel’s new Private Collection!Continue reading “T By Daniel’s Siam Noir | Tea Review”
Over the years, I’ve had the chance to try a range of subscription boxes. I was pretty excited when Bruu Tea reached out and offered to send me one to try!
In my quest to learn more about tea, I was drawn to this sample pack since it contained four teas from the same farm, but picked and processed during different seasons!
Two weeks ago, I started my three-part series comparing Chinese black teas from Masters Teas by Adagio Teas. This is part-two with a black tea from Fujian.