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Tea Time At Reverie: Yezi Tea's White Peony Master Grade White Tea

After some brisk and flavorful brews for the past few Tea Times, it’s time for something more delicate. So, I went through my Yezi Tea… 982 more words

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saraletourneau reblogged this on Sara Letourneau's Official Website & Blog and commented:

I've found a gem of an unflavored white tea! With notes of flowers, almond, and caramel, Yezi Tea's Master Grade White Peony (Bai Mu Dan) White Tea is light and refined, a cup of liquid harmony. But of course, you'd like the longer version, right? Then I encourage you to check out my latest tea review at A Bibliophile's Reverie!

Tea Time At Reverie: Yezi Tea's White Peony Master Grade White Tea

After some brisk and flavorful brews for the past few Tea Times, it’s time for something more delicate. So, I went through my Yezi Tea… 982 more words

Teatimeatreverie

Kenyan Purple Varietal Teas from What-Cha

I wrote a post recently about some really interesting yellow teas kindly sent to me by What-Cha which I throughly enjoyed. I was also sent some purple varietal teas at the same time. 772 more words

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Hug in a cup

Do you know what a nice setting for drinking tea is? Usually people grab a couple of books and their favorite cup of tea and sit on their warm most comfortable chair or they watch a movie and drink tea. 343 more words

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Tea Review: Global Tea Hut GABA Tea

What is GABA tea ?

GABA tea is semi-oxidized tea which is mostly categorized as oolong tea because of varietals used to make it. However it can be easily categorized as a new type of tea. 292 more words

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Tea of the Week: T Project's I'll Take You There

If there’s something I love more than tea its organic, small-batch tea, blended by someone who knows what they’re doing. If you caught my last recipe post on… 578 more words

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Tea of the Week: Den's Tea's Houjicha

Fallen leaves crunching under your boots, crisp breezes, and cozy evenings filled with candlelight mark a season worth savoring. While cinnamon or spiced flavored teas often come to mind this time of year, a woody Japanese Houjicha (a.k.a. 295 more words

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