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Grandtea's Organic Xia Xing Chun

Look at me go, all .. having a blog. :) today we’re drinking some lovely Xia Xing Chun,

The dry leaf aroma on this one is quite different, obvious notes of plum over a lot of wood, hay and dry earth, that makes me think of trips to the petting zoo back home. 434 more words


Welcome to Hong Kong

Dear fellow tea lovers,

This blog post and future blog posts will now be coming to you from the hustle and bustle of Hong Kong. I have moved to work as an English teacher but will do my utmost best to keep the blog posts regular! 301 more words

Traditions and Tea

People are their best selves when they stay true to their roots, just as tea tastes best when produced and brewed in the traditional way.

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White2Tea "Hot & Heavy"

You have to love the fact that a tea named “Hot & Heavy” arrived just as our bit of the Scandinavian Peninsula experienced its first major snowfall of the year. 437 more words


Jenny's tea house in Taipei

When Ken (our host) studied in Seattle, he met Jenny who was a fervent coffee-lover at the time. She then returned to her native Taiwan, found an office job, quickly realized that she didn’t want to clock in and clock out for the rest of her life, and finally figured out that she wanted to become a tea master. 589 more words

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Tea for Two (Day 9)

It’s not that I don’t like you,

Not that I disapprove of your choice,

But I can’t help but feel

That perhaps we’re drifting away. 57 more words


Something New Again - Milk Oolong

So the next tea I want to talk about is one I’ve had a for a while and I have been eyeing up for the past few months. 781 more words