• Interviews

    Podcast Episode 9: Interview with Misty Peak Teas

    I know, I know! I’ve been behind on filming new podcast episodes. Isn’t it the worst when life gets in the way of tea? Earlier this week I sat down with Nicholas from +Misty Peak Teas. His story is fascinating, to say the least. I love his passion and commitment to selling puerh that is made just by one family. I hope that you all enjoy it! You can find out more about Misty Peak Teas at their website: http://mistypeakteas.com/ P.S. I’ve been slacking on my email newsletter too but I promise that there will be one going out tomorrow! I was a very big supporter of Misty Peak Teas but have since distanced…


  • Reviews

    Misty Peak Teas 2013 Sheng Yiwu Mtn Autumn Pu’er

    Country of Origin: China Leaf Appearance: compressed Ingredients: puerh tea Steep time: 30 seconds Water Temperature: 212 degrees Preparation Method: porcelain gaiwan Liquor: orangish gold Yiwu is probably my favorite mountain for puerh but the good stuff is getting harder to find these days. All of the offerings +Misty Peak Teas are hand made from start to finish by the Bin family. This is a bit unusual in the world of puerh so I was excited to give this tea a go. My sample had been broken off of a cake but the dry leaf was mostly whole and had a nice shine to it. The taste had the sweetness that I’ve come to expect…