The Friday Roundup is a weekly collection of five of my favorite blog posts from around the world. It’s my little way of getting the word out about all of my favorite tea blogs. Is there someone I’m missing? Let me know about it in the comments below!
Danielle from Tea and Me wrote about a Nepalese white tea that we both enjoyed at the Chicago Tea Festival. I love how thorough her reviews are, including notes from the future. Her enthusiasm for this tea made me regret not buying it for myself but thankfully she shared a discount code!
Lu Ann from The Cup of Life put together a guide to making the perfect London Fog. I have to confess that I am the rare tea drinker who does not like Earl Grey but for those that do, this is a must try. The addition of vanilla is perfect for making your latte even more creamy and decadent.
In the world of gongfu, it is easy to get stuck in the mindsight that there is only one correct way to make tea. The truth is that there is no such thing. Stephane from TeaMasters Blog shared a valuable lesson this week. Every person experiences things differently so it is best to do what works for you.
It is a stressful time for many of us. Thankfully Miss Mary Lu put together 30 minutes of slow-motion tea brewing paired with relaxing music. I didn’t know it but this video was exactly what I needed to watch, teacup in hand of course! The entire thing is beautifully and thoughtfully done.
Char from Oolong Owl reviewed a puerh cake that I have been seeing all over my Instagram feed lately. I generally prefer sheng but this tea sounds like one that I would really enjoy. Her posts always tempt me to sign up for the White2Tea club!