I think it’s fair to say that your tea stash can be broken down into several classes, into which you subconsciously slot every tea you own. Advertisements
We were at Ikea the other weekend, and I happened to notice that the blue and yellow gargantuan now labels their “Upphetta” cafetières as both a coffee and a tea press.
As I mentioned in an earlier post, I received 2 free samples of tea in my first order with What-cha.
This sweet little 6 gram Dragon Ball came as a free sample with my first order from What-cha.
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Tagged Chinese tea, Dragon Ball Tea, Jingmai, Oolong, Pu-erh, raw Pu-erh, sheng, tea, teaism, unroasted, What-cha
I had this post about 90-something percent written, but then **cue sound of brakes being applied, squeal of tyres** discovered that the tea in question, White2Tea’s house blend shou Pu-erh, known as “Old Reliable“, is now unavailable. Its thumbnail photo … Continue reading
I’d been thinking about exploring deeper into the world of Hei Cha for quite a while.
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Tagged Chinese tea, dark tea, Guangxi, hei cha, Liu Bao, Post-fermented tea, tea, teaism, Three Cranes, Wuzhou Tea Factory