A month ago, I wrote an introductory post about pu-erh where I interviewed Zhen from Zhen Tea. She mentioned her Shu Pu’er Coins would be good for beginners as it didn’t require tools to break the tea apart. Since I already had some, I thought it would be nice to taste the coins as follow up!Continue reading “Zhen Tea’s Shu Pu’er Coins 2016 | Tea Review”
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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”
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”
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”
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!
Since spring is here, I wanted to have a green tea because the grassy and vegetal notes remind me of the season!
Continue reading “Zhen Tea’s Guzhu Zi Sun | Tea Review”
Over the last few years, I’ve been working on developing my knowledge of tea processing. Side-by-side comparisons can be hard to come by, so I was happy when I saw Zhen Tea release this collection!
I’ve only had yellow teas a handful of times. Therefore, I really wanted to give this a taste!
Last week I recapped Day 1 of the Toronto Tea Festival! This will be the second, and last, day of the event!
Ever since learning about aged white teas when I was in Hong Kong, I have gravitated toward them when I have a chance!