Friday Roundup

Friday Round Up – August 31st through September 5th

There are a lot of really great tea blogs out there so I thought that I would start a new feature. Every Friday I’ll be highlighting some of my favorite posts from fellow bloggers across the globe.

Three Words: Japanese. White. Tea
+Geoffrey Norman of Steep Stories is always hunting down some sort of unusual tea. This time I think he might have found the holy grail. A Japanese white tea almost unheard of.

First Anniversary Tea
Tea blogger friend +Payton Swick recently celebrated his wedding anniversary with a backyard tea ceremony. Bowls of matcha and a special puerh sounds like a great day to me. Even the dog joined in on the fun. Congrats guys!

Mandala Tea “Heart of the Old Tree” 2012 Raw Pu’er Tea Review
I always look forward to +Charissa Gascho‘s tea teviews, in large part because of the adorable owls that pop up in every post. You know a tea is good when she says “I needed to take a big breath in between sips and then I felt super invigoratingly tea drunk. WOOOOOOO!”.

The Out Liar of Good Tea, or Your Big Zhong is Not Gay Enough
I’ve recently discovered a most unusual tea blog called Cwyn’s Death by Tea. It’s full of sarcasm and whit along with plenty of knowledge too. There are only a few posts so far but I’m already hooked.

Yunnan Sourcing, Featured Vendor
+Tea DB, otherwise known as the tea loving duo of Denny and James, is one my favorite video shows on YouTube. They also have a ton of great articles on their website. This week they did an interview with +Yunnan Sourcing that I really enjoyed.

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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.