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!
Every teapot has a story, but this one is truly extraordinary. Phyllis at Relevant Tea Leaf told a truly heartwarming tale of an estate sale teapot who made a bride cry. I loved getting to learn more about the artist that created this special piece.
Patty from Tea Plot to Teapot shared a fascinating interview with Eunice Pallot of Jersey Fine Tea. I’ve heard a lot about their teas lately, so it was great to dig a little deeper with this post. The picture of a rainbow over the tea field is stunningly beautiful!
Angela from Tea with Friends reviewed the latest book released by Laura Childs. These tea-themed mysteries are always a lot of fun to read, and it sounds like this one is no different. It was great to get the perspective of someone who has read other books in this series.
Traci over at Tea Infusiast did an interesting comparison tasting of two East Frisian tea blends. I’ve always admired her pictures of this style of tea with dreamy clouds of cream. This post definitely made me want to pick up some suitable tea so that I can give this a try.
Cwyn of Cwyn’s Death by Tea penned a thought-provoking post on puerh connoisseurship. This is a complex topic, and she hits some important points, particularly the lack of writing about it in the west. Hopefully, this post will serve as an inspiration to change that.