Tag Archives: white tea

Hong Yu White

I first spotted these leaves when I was logged onto House of Tea to re-stock on their Bai Mu Dan.

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2010 Qian Ye Hao – Five Years On

It’s now a little over five years to the day since the first beeng I ever owned came my way, when I received a 357 gram cake of 2010 Qian Ye Hao as a birthday present.

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Rare Malawi Peony White Tea

This is the second of my 5 tea mini-haul from Rare Tea Company, that was made up from teas from the Satemwa Estate in Malawi.

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Malawi Antlers White Tea

  After reading Henrietta Lovell’s book “Infused: Adventures In Tea“, which tells the tale of her Rare Tea Company, this tea, a product of the Satemwa estate in Malawi, became a no questions asked must have.

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My Top 10 Teas For 2019

This is yet another post inspired by Eric’s blog One Man’s Tea Journey (if I’m not careful he’s going to start charging consultancy fees), which was in turn inspired by Marco’s blog Steap’d.

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Havukal White

This is yet another tea from the Lübeck haul. Mrs. Teaist ran across these leaves at Tee Gschwendner.

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Expedition Lübeck

Whenever we’re out and about travelling, we always keep our eyes peeled for tea shops to pop into.

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Silver Sipdown

I was running out of stash storage space, more specifically tea caddies.

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Yunnan Yin Zhen

This was the other half of the pair of white teas I recently bought from House of Tea.

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Georgia Wild Forest White

Physics, more specifically Newton’s third law, tells us that for every action there is an equal and opposite reaction, and that’s just as true for tea as it is anything else.

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