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Friday Roundup: March 15th – March 21st

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!

Tea With All the Irish Stuff!

Heidi from Tea Time with Heidi celebrated St. Patrick’s Day with a lovely Belleek Pottery teapot, mug, and serving plate. I love that the mug has her name on it! Artisan chocolates and cheery daffodils made the setting complete. I couldn’t think of a nicer way to celebrate.

Malawi Antlers White Tea

Northern Teaist shared their experience with the most unusual white tea. I haven’t had this tea in some time but I talk about it often. Malawi Antlers is proof that there is a surprising amount of flavor in the stems of the tea plant. Their tasting notes were spot on.

Easy Matcha Cookies

Antonia from Steep, Sip, Repeat posted a recipe for delicious sounding matcha cookies. I made some of my own last weekend but that recipe is much more complicated. All of the ingredients are things that I usually have on hand too. I will definitely be giving these a try soon!

A Day In Harayama Tea Fields Near Kyoto, Japan

Up for A Cup visited Kyoto last spring and I am living vicariously through this blog post. If you’ve been following my Instagram, you know that I have been dreaming of going to Japan for some time. Make sure that you check out the video of their tour!

Tea Thoughts Spring Countdown Box

Stephania from Tea, Tasting, and Travel wrote about opening the Spring Countdown Box that Tea Thoughts recently released. I treated myself to this one and it has been so fun to follow all of the blogs and videos that everyone else is sharing. It has been a much-needed bit of sunshine.

My name is Nicole and I love tea...a lot! I have been writing about my love of the leaf since 2008. My work has been featured on World Tea News, The Daily Tea, Tea Journey, and other publications. I am the winner of the 2018 World Tea Award for Best Tea Blog.