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Tea Time at Reverie: Tea From Taiwan’s Dong Ding Ming Xiang Oolong Tea

Before we kicked off Tea Time At Reverie, I had no idea that so many types of oolong tea exist. Now I do, thanks to… 1,017 more words

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

What grows in one of Taiwan's most famous tea-producing regions and gets its distinctive flavor from... cicada secretions? Yes, it may not sound appetizing, but Tea From Taiwan's Dong Ding Ming Xiang Oolong really is quite tasty. Find out more about this earthy, honeyed, and unique oolong at my new tea review at A Bibliophile's Reverie's Tea Time At Reverie!

Tea Time at Reverie: Tea From Taiwan’s Dong Ding Ming Xiang Oolong Tea

Before we kicked off Tea Time At Reverie, I had no idea that so many types of oolong tea exist. Now I do, thanks to… 1,017 more words

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Yellow Teas from What-Cha

What-Cha are a small British company who source their teas directly from tea farmers and sell them online. I find traceability very important when it comes to tea as it usually means that it will be of a good quality and from reputable tea plantations. 569 more words

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Tea Time at Reverie: Marianne’s Wild Abandon from Bingley’s Teas

We’ve been fortunate to receive samples from a number of teasellers since Tea Time At Reverie debuted in June. While we offer equal amounts of gratitude and enthusiasm to each vendor, we’re super-excited that some of our future reviews will cover select teas from… 1,017 more words

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

Completely forgot that I could actually reblog my tea reviews from A Bibliophile's Reverie! So, going forward, I'll share future Tea Time At Reverie articles here for your convenience. This one was posted about a week ago, and features a delectable black-green tea blend inspired by one of Jane Austen's characters from "Sense and Sensibility." Here's Marianne's Wild Abandon from Bingley's Teas!

Tea Review: Doke Black Fusion by Lochan Tea

Region: Bihar, India
Estate: Doke Tea Estate
Leaf Appearance: Black, long and wiry leaves.
Liquor: Brilliant red color

Previously I wrote a post on another tea, … 151 more words

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Tea Time at Reverie: Marianne’s Wild Abandon from Bingley’s Teas

We’ve been fortunate to receive samples from a number of teasellers since Tea Time At Reverie debuted in June. While we offer equal amounts of gratitude and enthusiasm to each vendor, we’re super-excited that some of our future reviews will cover select teas from… 1,017 more words

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Titanic tea

Right then.

It’s been a long time since I’ve blogged. I’m not going to apologize because it’s my blog and I can do whatever I want really. 508 more words

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