Friday Roundup

Friday Round Up: September 6th – September 12th

ICHO – withering
Japanese Tea Story wrote about one of my favorite new discoveries, oxidized Japanese green teas. I hadn’t thought about mechanization removing this aspect from tea but it definitely makes sense.

Yes Chef: Dressing my salad with tea!
Chai Bella posted a fun and creative recipe for matcha salad dressing. I’m not a fan of vinegar so I don’t like most salad dressings. This one sounds right up my alley though.

BST! – Thin Tea & Thick Tea
+Tea Talk put together some very helpful cheat sheets on usucha and koicha. Thick tea is something that I’ve always struggled with so I’ll definitely have to give these techniques a try.

Grilling with Tea
The Lovely Tea Cup posted some excellent tips on incorporating tea into your BBQ. Summer is almost over but I think we might still have a few weeks of experimentation ahead of us. I like the idea of using tea for a dry rub.

What-Cha – Fujian Anxi 2008 Heavy Roasted Tie Guan Yin in Bitter Melon
At WTE last year a bunch of us tea bloggers went gaga for an aged TGY that had been packed into a bitter melon. Little did we know that it would soon be within reach. New blogger Microshrimp wrote about this unusual offering.

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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.