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!
When I see chocolate blends, I admit, it is hard for me to resist and this was no exception!
I still remember reading about Daniel and Renata serving this blend to Prince Charles! That piqued my interest because if it is good enough for a prince, it is good enough for me!
One type of tea making I always admire is hand-rolling. While some teas have leaves which are small and round, I loved the natural and oblong shape of the ones in this tea!
I have always been interested in What-Cha because the brand carries teas from around the world. Today we will be looking at a black tea from Vietnam!
This was the first year that CitizenTea put out this product. Since I was a huge fan of Creamy Nut Oolong, I knew I wanted to try this set out!
As a fan of ginger, and only having tried a handful of turmeric blends, I wanted to see how these two will pair together!
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!
Since the last time I had aged white tea, it has been on my mind and I have been craving it. Thankfully, I had some more and this actually dates back to 2006!
After trying some aged teas from The Treasure Green Tea Company, I was craving some more. So, I decided to try the raw (sheng) pu-erhs I received while I was in Vancouver! One tea is in cake format and the other is loose.