Friday Roundup

Friday Round Up: March 15th – March 21st

Tung Ting Oolong
I love finding new tea blogs to follow (hence why I started this round up). What I love even more is finding one written by a 15 year old who writes some amazing tea inspired poetry.

Notes on tea – Teatulia
Teascopia, written by tea sommelier Gabriella, is definitely one of the most beautiful blogs out there. In this post she gives a succinct review of three of +Teatulia Tea‘s offerings.

A Matcha Comparison
Lu Ann at +The Cup Of Life posted a really interesting comparison of four different matchas from her tea stash. I love that she doesn’t reveal the brands. It puts the focus on the tea!

The Littlest Critic Visits: Podunk
+sara shacket‘s daughter is quite the opinionated little tea drinker. I recommended that they try visiting Podunk and I was so happy to read that she enjoyed herself. It may not be NYC’s most popular or trendy afternoon tea spot but their food is delicious.

Tea as Meditation
+Payton Swick shared a thought provoking post about using tea as a meditation object. Tea really does lend itself to ritual and mindfulness. I love the beautiful photographs of his Cha Xi too.

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Nicole has been writing about her love of the leaf since 2008. Her work has been featured on World Tea News, The Daily Tea, Tea Journey, and other publications. She is the winner of the 2018 World Tea Award for Best Tea Blog.