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Smoky tea-braised lentils

In a world of coffee drinkers, Sam and I are tea fanatics. Our cupboards are bursting with tins and boxes, strainers and saucers. We drink black tea in the morning, green tea after dinner, and herbal tea late at night. 676 more words

Lapsang Souchong

If you have never tried Lapsang Souchong, imagine the smell of a crackling fire in the woods. Now imagine that smell emanating from a hot cup of water. 114 more words


Recipe - "Chainaya"


The Tea Book by Sara Perry

4      teaspoons fruit-scented, loose black tea leaves (e.g. Earl Grey, Lapsang Souchong, Blackberry or other fruit-scented teas)

3/4   pint (450 ml.) plain vodka… 46 more words


Foodie Finds

Julio’s Corn Tortilla Chips

Once you try Julio’s, you will throw out those stale corporate-made tortilla chips. These are the best ever. Made in Del Rio, Texas with 100% stone ground corn by the family of Julio and Lilia Garcia.   335 more words


January 8, 2017: Lapsang Souchong

Recently I’ve gotten hugely addicted to Lapsang Souchong. By addicted, I literally mean 8-10 cups a day. If you’ve never heard of it, Lapsang Souchong is a smoky black tea which comes from the Wuyi region of China.You’re either going to love it or hate it.  248 more words


Little-Known Teas Facts

We like our blog to address tea drinkers at all levels – from those who have been lifelong imbibers to those who are just beginning their exploration of this popular beverage. 1,078 more words

Tea Info For Newbies And Up

My Tea Favourites for 2016

So as often a tradition for everyone, the end of the year offers a chance to review experiences, products and celebrating favourites. I did a video of a few of my favourite tea bits through out the year but I thought I’d do a post talking about them a bit further. 530 more words