Char at Oolong Owl wrote a review of a puerh cake that I’ve had my eye on. We have many of the same boxes that we look to check off when purchasing tea. It will likely have to wait until after my wedding next year though as that is eating up quite a bit of the tea budget.
The 2017 San Francisco International Tea Festival – The Tea Letter
The San Francisco International Tea Festival 2017 – The Tea Squirrel
It’s still tea festival season. This week brings us reports from a couple of my favorite Bay area bloggers. Anna had the pleasure of taking a puerh seminar with Roy Fong while Mike took home an impressive haul.
Ricardo at My Japanese Green Tea reviewed a kamairicha from Teabento, a company whose teas I’ve been enjoying lately as well. This uncommon type of tea is pan-fired rather than steamed during processing.
Geoff at Steep Stories of the Lazy Literatus has a nose for sniffing out unusual teas. Sichuan is known for its green tea and heicha but thanks to West China Tea Company he was able to try a white tea, yellow tea, and black tea.
Afternoon Tea LA Style
Tiffany at #SheBlogsTea wrote about her experience at a very cool sounding tea spot at the W Hotel in Hollywood. I very rarely visit California but this is definitely a place I’d like to see when I do.