My name is Nicole and I love tea…a lot! I’ve been sharing my love for the leaf on this blog since 2008. Since then tea has connected me with people around the world and opened more doors than I could have ever imagined.
Every week you can expect to see reviews of specialty teas and related products, informative articles, reports on important events, and more. My focus is on unflavored, unblended true teas (those made from Camellia Sinensis).
If there’s something that you’d like to know more about, let me know about it! Your idea might just get featured in my next blog post!
I can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Member of the Tea Bloggers Roundtable
Member of the board of directors of the American Specialty Tea Alliance.
2018 World Tea Award – Best Tea Blog
2015 World Tea Award – Best Social Media Reach
13 Tea Blogs Every Tea Lover Should Follow - TeaPro - October 2019
Nicole (Tea For Me Please) On The Evolving Tea Industry – Noah Zwillinger – August 2019
Guest Interview: Tea for Me Please – Being Tea – August 2019
What Tea Means to Me – Tea Happiness – April 2019
Looking for that Special King of Duck Shit Aroma? – Tea Journey – March 2018
Green Tea Sugar Cookies – Simply Better Living for Sharp USA – March 2017
Green Tea Honey Mask – Simply Better Living for Sharp USA March 2017
Preserving the Life of the Leaves – Tea Journey – August 2016
World Tea News – ITCC Educates and Connects Tea Professionals – June 2016
Eco-Cha – 10 Blogs to Help You Learn About Tea – May 2016
Quoted in Coffee Tea Club – Specialty Teas from Around the World (From 12 Tea Experts) – February 2016
World Tea News – Working with Tea Bloggers – February 2016
World Tea News – Wee Tea Launches Dalreoch Brand in U.S. – June 2015
JayJasinski.com – Books & Tea – June 2015
The Daily Tea bookazine – Sweet ChariT – 2015
Favorite Teaware profile – Notes on Tea – December 2014
Tea Minded – “Talking Tea” with Nicole Martin of Tea for Me Please – Oct2014
Brew Lab Tea’s blog – Coco Chai Spice Muffins – Dec 2013
TeaMuse – Book Review, Tea: History, Terroirs and Varieties – Nov 2013
Mention in article on The Cup of Life – Top Tea Instagram Users – Oct 2013
Twitter feature in Tea Magazine – Sept/Oct 2013
Huffington Post: 9 Ways to Incorporate Tea Into Your Day – Aug 2013
Brew Lab Tea’s blog – Honey Bear Sugar Cookies – Aug 2013
Brew Lab Tea’s blog – Peach Green Tea Granita – Aug 2013
My Japanese Green Tea Podcast – June 2
On the Go with Mario – Dec 2012
Top 5 Teas for Fall – Beautiful Layers Magazine – April 2012
Interview with Lu Ann of The Cup of Life – June 2011
Quoted in a TeaMuse article on the history of tea blogging – Feb 2011
Quoted on the Groupon for the 6th Annual Coffee and Tea Festival
I'm available to speak at tea festivals and other events. Email me at email@example.com for more information!
World Tea Expo
Chicago Tea Festival
Writing Tea for Me Please has led me to work within the tea industry in a variety of ways. I have an extensive background in tea retail management ranging from a traditional Chinese tea house to large chain mall stores. Services that I can provide include:
- Product reviews, giveaways, and sponsored posts
- Banner Ads
- Content creation
- Social media training and community management
- Influencer outreach
- Tradeshow booth staffing
- Private tea tastings
- Tea brewing and service for special events
Please direct all inquiries via email firstname.lastname@example.org.
I write this blog simply because I love tea. I do not make an income from it but I review so much tea that sometimes it can feel like a job. That being said, I’ve laid out my review policy below. Please read this before sending a request. Thank you!
-I primarily review tea but I’ve reviewed everything from music, documentaries, and books to pillows. If it is related to tea then I will likely be interested.
-Acceptance of samples does not in any way guarantee a published review. I am also unable to provide a timeline for publication.
-Tea for Me Please focuses on unflavored specialty teas (Camellia Sinensis) that are directly and transparently sourced. Please take this into consideration before requesting a review.
-I am honest and give every tea/product a fair shake. If I don’t like your tea, my review will say so. I do not accept money or any other form of payment (other than the tea itself) for reviews.
-Please let me know ahead of time if your tea is time-sensitive or seasonal. I usually have the blog pre-written several months in advance so don’t worry if you don’t see your review posted right away.
-Tea reviews are written in a set format. Each post includes a product picture and a link to the product page on the vendor’s website. Please do not ask for additional links or information about your company to be included. Each review discloses if the tea was received for review purposes.
-I do not write about or recommend products that I have not personally used. Please don’t send me press releases expecting a write up without any prior knowledge of your product!
-I do not promote or post about crowdfunding projects unless I have direct ties with the operation. Please do not send emails or social media messages requesting that I do so.
Please note that I am not accepting any new samples at this time!
If all of this sounds good, feel free to shoot me an email at email@example.com.
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