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Tea Time At Reverie: Yezi Tea's Yi Fu Chun Black Tea

Remember last time when I mentioned I was battling the winter blues? Well, the weather hasn’t improved much since then, so I’m craving a good ol’ black tea this time. 1,040 more words

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

Yezi Tea describes their Yi Fu Chun Black Tea as "smooth as riding in a Rolls-Royce on a newly paved highway." After trying it for myself, I have to agree with that description. Learn more about this smoky, sophisticated black tea today at A Bibliophile's Reverie, and what literary vampire it reminded me of.

Tea Time At Reverie: Yezi Tea's Yi Fu Chun Black Tea

Remember last time when I mentioned I was battling the winter blues? Well, the weather hasn’t improved much since then, so I’m craving a good ol’ black tea this time. 1,040 more words

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Make a meal out of pancakes

We all had fun making pancakes on Tuesday didn’t we? Whether you just chucked some ingredients together and sprinkled with lemon and sugar or went to a fancy restaurant where you had gold flakes in your Nutella, we all had a wonderful joyous day of carbs and celebration. 416 more words

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Sencha from Rune Tea

Rune Tea are a newly launched, Bristol- based, family run company who sell their teas online. They believe in sustainability and want to bring loose leaf tea culture back to Britain. 91 more words

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Tea Review: Baguashan Mi Xian Black Tea by Taiwan Tea Crafts

Region: Baguashan, Nantou County
Picking date: March 2014
Dry tea leaves: Dark black, twisted tea leaves
Liquor: Between red and brown… 231 more words

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Tea with Tiepolo, Waldorf Astoria, Rome, Italy Review!

In the beautiful and legendary city of Rome Italy, we visited Rome Cavalieri, Waldorf Astoria.  The hotel’s beautiful architecture plays backdrop to a stunning art collection. 76 more words
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Tea Time at Reverie: Sanctuary T’s Spring Harvest Green Tea

I’ve had enough of winter. It’s only the first week of February, but after a January full of bitter cold and slushy roads – and then being buried under 3+ feet of snow within the past 2 weeks – I’m already counting down to spring. 851 more words

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

Are you as weary of winter as I am? Then here's a fruity green/white tea blend that will remind you of spring! Aptly called Spring Harvest, this bouquet from Sanctuary T combines Japanese sencha with delicate white tea and tropical fruits for a crisp, sweet cup that blooms like the first flowers of April. Read my complete review of Sanctuary T's Spring Harvest - and find out which books I paired with it - at A Bibliophile's Reverie!