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!
Ricardo at My Japanese Green Tea is my go-to person for all things having to do with Japanese teas. This week, he wrote an excellent guide for getting started with this surprisingly complex category. His advice to focus on having fun is exactly what I would recommend.
Anna at the Tea Squirrel asks a question that I have often wondered about myself. She polled her newsletter subscribers and the results were very interesting. I definitely feel that my tea friends on Instagram are disproportionally cat people. What do you think?
It’s rare to see Geoff from Steep Stories write about blends, but he always has a nose for a good story. In this post, he shares impressions on three different masala chai renditions shared with him by a local tea blender. Whatever you do, don’t call them chai tea.
Mildred from Humming Tea interviewed Canadian retailer JustPuerh. I loved that the main focus was on the puerh stuff tangerines that they offer. These are super fun to brew and it was interesting to get their perspective on them.
A big congratulations goes out to Connie from Tea in Spoons! Six years of blogging is no small accomplishment. I’ve loved following her tea journey and am looking forward to supporting her upcoming side project. I definitely need my very own Tea in Spoons spoon!