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    Friday Round Up: April 16th – April 22nd

    A Short Tea Adventure in Vancouver +Payton Swick visited Vancouver last week and shared a bit on his blog about o5 Tea. This spot has been on my wish list for a long time. How Much Tea is in a Teaspoon? I’ve been an advocate of weighing tea leaves for a long time now. +Georgia SS did an awesome comparison that shows exactly why this is important. 2016 Cream Shou Puer from White2Tea +Charissa Gascho reviewed a shou puerh from White2Tea that definitely piqued my interest. I love her trial by fire bombproof test. A rare tea and artisan chocolate soiree curated by The Tea Squirrel +Anna Mariani hosted an amazing chocolate and tea pairing event in San…

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    Friday Round Up: April 9th – April 15th

    DIY Tea Dyed Easter Eggs Easter is right around the corner and +Lu Ann Pannunzio has the perfect way for tea drinkers to celebrate. I’ll definitely be trying my hand at using tea to dye eggs this year. Tea Experience: Cha Le Te Michelle at One More Steep wrote about her experience at a new-to-me tea shop in Vancouver. Even though I’m close to NYC, I definitely have some serious tea envy when it comes to Canada. Tasting: Tea Dealers Thurbo 2nd Flush Darjeeling It’s been far too long since I had a really good Darjeeling. +sara shacket‘s post this week reminded me that I need to change that immediately. We May Have to Slap Some People There…

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    Friday Round Up: April 2nd – April 8th

    MattCha: Can a Modest  Ol’ Tea Blog Make a Comeback? I’m loving all of the tea blogs of the past that have made a comeback lately. This week brings us a surprise post from MattCha’s Blog, the first in three years! The Tea Horse Road I don’t know how I never heard of TeaStorys before but I’m really glad that I found them. The Tea Horse Road is definitely one of the more fascinating stories that the tea world has to offer. Three Teas from Tea Dealers +Georgia SS reviews some very intriguing teas from Tea Dealers, including a white lotus tisane from Korea. The charcoal roasted TGY is definitely on my wishlist now.…