The idea behind this experiment began to take shape after I read this article on Oolong Owl’s excellent blog about Tisano chocolate tea. Advertisements
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Tagged cacao nibs, Chinese tea, chocolate, cooked Pu-erh, flavoured tea, Pu-erh, ripe Pu-erh, shou, tea, teaism
Flora Tehus popped up on my tea-radar when they started following me on Instagram.
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I ran across this wonderful nugget of deliciousness on my first visit to What-cha.
The What This 100g mini-beeng is part of the Canton Raw collection from Canton Tea Co.
The What I bought this 100 gram square brick (Fang Cha – 方茶) of sheng during one of my browsing sessions over at House of Tea.
The other week Mrs. Teaist came home with a present for me, a 100 gram packet of Pu-erh that she had picked up on her way home from work.
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Tagged Chinese tea, cooked Pu-erh, Danyun, Fairtrade, Magasin Du Nord, Moonlight White, Pu-erh, ripe Pu-erh, shou, T-Project, tea, teaism, Yunnan Gold
If you read enough tea blogs and keep up to date with developments on the tea scene via Steepster and the /r/tea subreddit then you could hardly fail to notice that UK based tea vendor What-cha has a growing reputation … Continue reading