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Moychay Taiwanese Earl Grey

This is the second post in a series of four about the free tea samples I received with my first order from Moychay in Amsterdam.

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Ren Shen Oolong

I bought this tea back in May, at the same time as the Bergamot Oolong I wrote about in June.

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Bergamot Oolong

I suppose that once I’d consciously dedicated a new pot exclusively to Oolongs I was subconsciously going to be biased towards that class of tea the next time tea and cash were going to be exchanged.

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Copenhagen Sparkling Tea – Blå

“Found something for you on the way home from work”, said Mrs. Teaist. “Wondered if it might come in handy for Thursday”.

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AriZona Tea Drinks

Over the years I’ve grown accustomed to feeling somewhat nervous when Teaist Junior goes shopping “for just a few things…”

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Orange Shou, Part III

I was making up a batch of Masala Chai the other day, when inspiration struck.

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Chocolate Shou Pu-erh

The idea behind this experiment began to take shape after I read this article on Oolong Owl’s excellent blog about Tisano chocolate tea.

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Goji Berry Shou Pu-erh

I happened across the idea behind this experiment when I was reading the Wikipedia Pu-erh page.

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Mandarin Shou, Part 2

This is the somewhat delayed follow up post to my earlier experiment in jacking loose leaf shou Pu-erh with the flavour of Chinese mandarin peel – you can read that post here.

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Mandarin Peel Shou Pu-erh, Take 1

This was a follow on experiment from my earlier attempt to flavour loose leaf shou Pu-erh tea with dried chrysanthemum flowers. The idea itself was inspired by the fact that it is possible to buy shou Pu-erh artfully wrapped in … Continue reading

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