Maria of East Meets West Tea reviewed a novel that I really loved and often recommend to others. The Tea Girl of Hummingbird Lane is definitely a must read if you haven’t checked it out already, especially if you have an interest in puerh or Chinese culture.
Mel from Mel Had Tea always takes such lovely photographs of the tea she reviews. This week was no exception as she shares a bit about an unusual black tea. It definitely made me smile to see that she found it at my friend Phil’s Canadian tea shop.
Cody from The Oolong Drunk, a frequent fixture here on the Friday Roundup, has an amazing opportunity to speak at the Houston Tea Festival. He’s going to need some help with travel expenses to make that happen. Please consider contributing to his fundraiser.
There are few things I enjoy more than having tea together with friends. That doesn’t happen as often as I would like but I get to live vicariously through blog posts like this one. Anna from The Tea Squirrel and Mike from The Tea Letter each wrote about their experiences sharing what sounds like a very unique tea.
Cywn’s signature wit and humor always make my day when a new post appears in my feed. I too would like to volunteer on behalf of all of the neglected and abused puerh out there. Remember, a puerh tea is a living thing and it has feelings. The adopt-a-pu illustration really puts this one over the top.