Marco at Steap'd challenged us to write about our favorite or most memorable teas of the year, so I am obliging, because I like Marco but also because it is a fun idea! Because it is nearly impossible to rank my favorite teas of the year, I am going to list the teas that are … Continue reading My Top Teas of 2019
This post might seem kinda boring or mundane to some people (okay, most) but I like the everyday routine things we do in life and I think those things are important and should have their due. I decided to chronicle all the tea I drink on a typical weekday and add it all up at … Continue reading A Day In the Life of A Part-Time Tea Blogger
When I wrote the post last week about the very expensive Longjing, I wasn't intending to make this into a series of expensive tea, but it happened to work out that way this week. I saw a very expensive Jin Jun Mei from Harney & Sons and was too curious not to try it. So … Continue reading A Very Expensive Jin Jun Mei
My wife found some fun little cactus shaped ice cube trays on clearance for $.50 and I can think of a perfect thing that is green and can be frozen: Matcha, of course! I made matcha and froze it Sunday evening so it would be ready to go on Monday morning for #MatchaMonday (that's a … Continue reading Iced Matcha with Matcha Ice Cubes
I bought a sample of Colombian Black from Harney & Sons a while ago, and I had been saving the last session worth of tea so I could write about it. Let's just say this tea is quite unlike any other I have had and I very much liked it! Dry Leaf As you can … Continue reading Colombian Black Tea
Hi everyone! My name is Eric, I'm an American husband and father and I love tea! You probably have a general idea of what tea is, however, that may mean different things to different people. Tea in the scientific sense is leaves from the tea plant (Camelia Sinensis). Some things are called tea that aren't … Continue reading So What Exactly is Tea, Anyway?