The lovely Anna at The Tea Squirrel contributed this awesome article to the last issue of my quarterly journal. For those of you that missed it, here’s your second chance. Now I want to visit San Francisco even more!
Bonnie at Thirsty for Tea is one of the craftiest bloggers I know. Seriously, she’s like the Martha Stewart of tea. This week she shared a step by step guide to transforming your old tea tins into a clock.
Japan is definitely not well known for their black tea. Florent at Japanese Tea Sommelier gave us a brief but very thorough history. There was a lot of info here I had not seen before and I’ll definitely be digging into the subject further.
I’ve been hearing rave reviews of these adorable little mushrooms from Crimson Lotus Tea. Char at Oolong Owl is always very thorough in documenting her experience. That’s something I really enjoy about her reviews. In truth, I don’t drink much shou puerh these days but I’m definitely intrigued.
Tea has inspired poets for centuries. This week Geoff from Steep Stories of the Lazy Literatus was inspired to churn out some Shakespearean styled sonnets. Drinking five different teas from Nannuo Mountain will do that to a person. I don’t think I could pick a favorite among them though.