Monthly Archives: January 2019

The Tea Library – “The Life of Tea: A Journey to the World’s Finest Teas”

This book appeared on my tea-radar when a review of it was featured on the Friday Roundup, a regular article on Nicole Martin’s excellent blog “Tea For Me Please“.

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2006 Haiwan Lao Tong Zhi Zhuānchá

This was another purchase from House of Tea. I have a soft spot for both tea-bricks (Zhuānchá) and the produce of the Haiwan tea factory, so once I clapped eyes on this baby a sale was always going to be … Continue reading

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Oolong Yabukita

This is the second part of a pair of posts detailing my experiences with two rather interesting teas from Japan that I came across while shopping over at House of Tea.

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Feng Huang Milan Dancong

This is yet another tea that made its way to my tea table by virtue of it being included as a free 3 gram sample in a recent purchase at House of Tea.

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Kocha Yabukita

I bought these leaves from perennial favourites House of Tea with Christmas present cash.

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The Four Long Lost Samples

I was doing a bit of digital tidying up the other day, when I found a folder buried several levels down in my file system tree labelled “Samples – To Do“.

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Happy New Year!

2019, eh? I trust that everyone enjoyed a peaceful and relaxing holiday period, and that the early part of this new year finds both you and yours happy and well.

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