With its warm and fruity smell, this black tea sounded lovely for a brisk afternoon!Continue reading “Zhen Tea’s Ying Hong N°9 | Tea Review”
Whenever I see handmade tea, I can’t help but to purchase the tea because they are so beautiful and unique.Continue reading “DAVIDsTEA’s Butterfly Jasmine | Tea Review”
Milk oolongs have a fond spot in my heart because it was one of the first oolongs I tried when I started on my tea journey!Continue reading “T By Daniel’s Guangzhou Milk Oolong | Tea Review”
For the last two weeks, I have shared my experience attending Camellia Sinensis’ first virtual Summer Session! This week, I will be reviewing the last three teas of the event!Continue reading “Camellia Sinensis’ Summer Session 08/2020 (Part 3) | Tea Event & Review”
Last week, I shared my experience attending Camellia Sinensis’ first virtual Summer Session! This week I will continue reviewing the teas that was apart of the event.Continue reading “Camellia Sinensis’ Summer Session 08/2020 (Part 2) | Tea Event & Review”
With a name like “brown sugar,” I had to try this tea! I always like exploring teas that have a sweeter note.
When I originally I learned about this tea, Zhen told me that Phil called it “croissant in a cup.” With a description like that, I had to try it!
This is the last post of my three-part Chinese black tea comparisons from Master Teas! It has been a fun journey to see how vastly different and similar the teas have been.
Last month, I tried my first bamboo aged pu-er. When I was looking through my stash, I found this and wanted to try it as well!
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.