As a child, I was first introduced to tea through afternoon dim sum with my family. I recall the dark murky bitter pu-erh liquor and I couldn’t fathom why anyone would like tea!Continue reading “An Introduction to Pu-erh Teas (ft. Zhen Tea) | TEA 101”
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A few years ago, I tried Balhyocha for the first time and developed a fondness for Korean teas. I then meet Soo a few years later and I’ve had the opportunity to taste and learn more about Korean teas from her!Continue reading “An Introduction to Korean Balhyocha (ft. Soocha Tea) | TEA 101”
Two months ago I restarted my TEA 101 series that I originally began to explore teas more in depth! I enjoyed the Question and Answer format of the last post, so I wanted to do one specifically about Japanese matchas with Momo Tea, a Canada based company!Continue reading “An Introduction to Japanese Matcha (ft. Momo Tea) | TEA 101”
Tea is a beverage that has many complexities. Therefore, I wanted to break down one question spanning three countries (China, Japan and Korea) and answer why countries have such different teas! I thought it would be fun to bring some tea friends in to get the conversation going!Continue reading “What Makes East Asian Teas Unique? (ft. ZhenTea, Momo Tea and Soocha Tea) | TEA 101”
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”
At the Toronto Tea Festival, DAVIDsTEA had a booth showcasing their traditional teas, as well as a talk. Since DAVIDsTEA is a large reason I started my tea journey, I wanted to talk about them!
Last week I recapped Day 1 of the Toronto Tea Festival! This will be the second, and last, day of the event!
I always enjoy going to the Toronto Tea Festival. It is a great way to hang out with old friends and meet new ones!
The Toronto Tea Festival is this weekend! So, I wanted to share my Tea Taster Box with everyone! Continue reading “Toronto Tea Festival’s 2020 Oolong Tea Taster Box | Tea Review”
This is the third year that I’ve been to the Toronto Tea Festival and there is still always new things to learn and familiar faces to see! I love doing a recap of this event because it gives me a chance to reflect.