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My sister came back from a recent trip to NYC with a couple of new teas for me to try. I love that my family has adopted my hobby of seeking out new tea shops and bringing some home! 57 more words

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Tea Time at Reverie: Yezi Tea’s Tie Guan Yin High Grade Oolong Tea

Today’s tea is one of many names: Iron Goddess Oolong, Iron Bodhisattva, Monkey-Picked Oolong, Tie Kwan Yin (Taiwanese)… They’re all part of the pool known as… 1,021 more words

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

Squeezing in another tea review before the end of the month! I purposely saved Tie Guan Yin as my final sample from Yezi Tea because it's my favorite kind of oolong. And this High Grade version of Tie Guan Yin did not disappoint! Read my review at A Bibliophile's Reverie to learn more.

Tea Time at Reverie: Yezi Tea’s Tie Guan Yin High Grade Oolong Tea

Today’s tea is one of many names: Iron Goddess Oolong, Iron Bodhisattva, Monkey-Picked Oolong, Tie Kwan Yin (Taiwanese)… They’re all part of the pool known as… 1,021 more words

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Breakfast @ Pep and Fodder, Edinburgh

For breakfast on our second day of the Scotland road trip occurred when we stumble upon Pep and Fodder after checking out the ruins at the top of one of the hills in Edinburgh and needing to seek refuge once the rain closed in again.  343 more words

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English Tea Adventures: The Tea Box, Richmond

The Tea Box in Richmond, London is a favourite of mine that I have been to on a few occasions while living in London. The teashop is located just off Richmond High Street about a 5-10 minute walk from the station. 192 more words

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Tea Time at Reverie: Sanctuary T’s Serenity Herbal Tea

Not everyone considers herbal teas to be… well, teas. But whether it’s rooibos, honeybush, or other goodies, you can’t deny that an herbal blend infuses hot water the same way that black, green, oolong, and white teas do. 785 more words

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

New tea review is up at A Bibliophile's Reverie! Today I'm tasting Serenity, an herbal blend from NYC's Sanctuary T. If you're a fan of chamomile, lemongrass, or peppermint - or, even better, all three - then consider giving this soothing tisane a try. Also, find out which historical fantasy novel I recommend to go with it!

Tea Time at Reverie: Sanctuary T’s Serenity Herbal Tea

Not everyone considers herbal teas to be… well, teas. But whether it’s rooibos, honeybush, or other goodies, you can’t deny that an herbal blend infuses hot water the same way that black, green, oolong, and white teas do. 785 more words

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