+Tearroir Tea is an international tea brand dedicated to providing authentic teas to curious people who yearn for new experiences, & dream of global exploration. Austin and David really know their stuff and I’m excited to share their story with you. We all shared their Dong Ding, my first ever live tasting! Make sure that you check out their website.
I’ve been a fan of +Tea DB ever since they started publishing on YouTube. James and Denny are hilarious and I love how passionate they are about tea. The Google gods were not with us the first time that we tried to film this episode but we made it through the technical difficulties. Make sure that you subscribe to their channel (linked in the video). They also have some really informative articles on their website, teadb.org.
I skipped a month because things have been so busy but I’m happy to get back into the swing of things with my podcast.This month +Chris Giddings took the time to tell me all about +Teaity, a tea database and timer that I absolutely love.
Earlier this year I interviewed Britta from +Jus Tea on Episode 2 of my podcast. They are now entering the second phase of their fundraising campaign. Grayson and Paul Bane took some time to answer my questions about their mission, the Kenyan tea industry and more. Please give it a read and consider contributing to their campaign on Fundrazr. It is companies like JusTea that are transforming the industry and making the word a better place for tea farmers. The beautiful pictures scattered throughout this post are from the Bane family’s trip to Kenya in February. Make sure you watch their update video at the bottom of this post. I’ll be reviewing some of their…
+Elyse Petersen from +Tealet is one of the most enthusiastic tea lovers that I have had the pleasure to meet. I’m so excited to share my recent interview with her. We talked about everything from tea to Hawaii and Tetris. I hope that you all enjoy it as much as I did! Here are some the links Elyse mentions in case you want to check them out: Tealet: http://www.tealet.com Free Hawaii Tea: http://www.tealet.com/tea/profile/38 Wholesale Auctions: http://www.tealet.com/wholesale Vimeo Page: https://vimeo.com/tealet/videos
I know that I’ve been lazy but I finally got around to filming another podcast episode. This time I did a quickie interview with +Matt Kitchen from the brand new company, Tea Setter. It’s always great to meet new tea people and Matt really knows his stuff. I’ll be publishing some reviews of his teas in the future and he’ll be sharing a guest post here soon as well. In the meantime, take a look and don’t be afraid to comment. We would both love to hear from you!