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!
Fine dining restaurants around the world are discovering that tea can be just as good of a match for their dishes as alcohol. In some cases, it might even be a better option. Aravinda shared an interesting article about sparkling teas on the Tea Biz blog.
After being stuck at home for so long, I am dying to go to afternoon tea. I am living vicariously through Angela at Destination Tea. This week she shared her experience at Oxford Exchange in Tampa. My sister lives in Florida so I’ve made a mental note to visit.
Geoff from Steep Stories wrote a post that made me say, “Hey!”. It might be because I’m from THAT Jersey. He tasted green and black teas that were produced on the channel island of Jersey. Based on his impressions, they definitely seem like they are worth giving a try.
Marco from Steap’d reviewed Ruby Red from Teawala. I always enjoy his descriptive and thorough review style. They make me feel like I am already drinking the tea. Ruby #18 is one of my favorite types of tea and I just knew that he would love its complexity.
After a year of missing out on all of my favorite tea festivals, I’m looking back to things getting back to normal. Jordan from Kill Green put together a list of the in-person and virtual events being held worldwide. Hopefully, there will be even more added to it in the future.