Monthly Archives: September 2017

The “T” In Autumn

In a few days time we’ll reach an important point of the year as far as our typical working day is structured. Advertisements

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What-Cha Qing Mei Shan

This is yet another of What-cha’s range of sweet little 100 gram mini-beengs, and is the result of a second joint effort between Alistair of What-cha and Scott Wilson of Yunnan Sourcing.

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Hoshino Seichaen Gyokuro “Classic”

This tea formed part of my haul from Sing teahouse in Copenhagen during my recent tea-inspired day-trip to the Danish capital.

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Guang Xi Huang Ya

Maybe it’s something to do with the onset of Autumn, and a subconscious desire to hold on to the fading greenery outside a while longer, but I’ve recently gone on a bit of a lighter tea buying splurge – Japanese … Continue reading

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