Kokang has great tea!
+Gingko Seto's blog posts are always full of knowledge. This one in particular brings light to a region in turmoil that many tea drinkers may not be aware of. *Warning* There are some graphic images towards the bottom of the post.
High Mountain Concubine Oolong (#49)
I've been avidly following the tea adventures of Bethany over at All Tea. No Crumpets. It's a bit like reliving the good ol' days of when I first got started. In this post, she writes about one of my favorite oolongs.
Japanese Tea Producing Areas
Tea producing areas of Japan is still something that I'm trying to get a handle on. This post by Florent at Japanese Tea Sommelier was immensely helpful. I'll definitely be bookmarking this one for future reference.
10 Things In Every Tea Session
I'm so happy to see posts from +Adam Yusko of The Sip Tip popping up in my feed again. This post is a great reminder of all of the things we might want to consider when brewing tea.
The Six Immutable Laws of Tea Storage
+Tony Gebely of World of Tea has a knack for providing information in a very succinct way. Rather than drone on about how to store tea, he gives us six easy to follow and understand rules.