Tea Blog Posts From Around the Web

Here are the most recent tea blog posts from around the web, this list is updated twice daily. Please contact me if you’d like your site included in this list. If you’d like an OPML export file to add to your favorite RSS feed reader, this page is for you.

  • The future of Tea Talk.
    You may have noticed that the past few weeks have been rather quiet on Tea Talk. There is a good reason for that. We are currently working on revamping and re-establishing the concept of Tea Talk and establishing a store to go with it. Below are a few of the changes that will be made:1. Tea Talk will soon be given new life as "The Tea Crane". "The Tea Crane" is the short translation for… ... read more
    Source: Tea TalkPublished on August 27, 2015 10:21 pm
  • 1998 White2Tea Shou Puer Tuo
    1998 White2Tea Shou Puer TuoWhen I saw that White2Tea had revived the legendary 2002 White Whale puer tea, I immediately placed my request. Google that tea, it has quite a reputation.  It’s a shame to order only one item from such a noble company, though, right? I decided to add just one more tea to the order, conscious of my ever-expanding puer collection. Two-thirds of what I have are Sheng, so I felt justified to add… ... read more
    Source: Cha Xi CollectivePublished on August 27, 2015 2:36 pm
  • Tea DIY: Matcha Yogurt Dipped Strawberries and Encha Ceremonial Matcha Giveaway
    It's been a pretty hot and humid summer. The other day I was craving something cool and refreshing but also sweet. Dipping strawberries in yogurt popped into my head and I started thinking about how I could involve tea. Matcha is always a go to since it's easy to incorporate the powder into just about anything. Ingredients -1 cup of vanilla greek yogurt -1 teaspoon of matcha -Approximately 15 ... read more
    Source: Tea For Me PleasePublished on August 27, 2015 11:00 am
  • Epic Sipdown #12 Madame Grey from Happy Lucky’s Tea House
    With all the negativity that was in the news/world yesterday, I wanted a tea that was uplifting and would motivate me today.  Plus I was excited to try a new tea from a new company I had discovered over the summer. When I checked out their website to start working on this post, I came across this and just smiled.  Today is going to be a good day.  Oh yes.  Today will be a good… ... read more
    Source: Cuppa GeekPublished on August 27, 2015 9:16 am
  • Locating the Richest Tea Retailers – Need to Know
    Location data is critical to retail success and essential to expansion planning. Market research firm AggData offers a revealing tool that TIME Labs used to rank the richest retail locations in the U.S. You can experiment with it free online. The interactive form compiles the U.S. median income of brands based on updated 2013 Census data. TIME ranked 2,996 chains by comparing the median income of the counties where stores are located. TIME used this… ... read more
    Source: Tea BizPublished on August 27, 2015 8:00 am
  • Teas On Board: Flying High with Low-Quality Tea
    Recently, I took four flights in seven days. For tea lovers, those add up to a nightmare situation. What passes for onboard tea in economy class is often pre-brewed swill tainted with the residue of the coffee having been made previously in the same pot. If not muddy flavored, it’s rarely hot enough. Tea companies with an interest in high-volume food service operations, of which airline feeding systems are a large part, please step up… ... read more
    Source: T ChingPublished on August 27, 2015 7:00 am
  • 1950s SunYiShun Liu’an
    First of all, I'd like to thank Varat Phong for sending me this generous gift. He's a fellow tea blogger based in Thailand, and I'd strongly recommend for anyone who has an interest in aged teas to check out his blog, as he is incredibly experienced and knowledgeable in the subject.Instead of writing my own introduction to this review, I'll just provide a link to Varat's review of this tea, as he did a better… ... read more
    Source: drinking teasPublished on August 26, 2015 6:49 pm
  • Lemon Mango and Basil Berry Matcha Smoothies
    Lemon Mango and Basil Berry Matcha Smoothies Wednesday, August 26, 2015Posted by Admin Replenish your body and senses with Matcha's many forms of delicious. How To Make Add ingredients to blender and blend for 10-20 seconds or until preferred consistency is achieved, serve and enjoy! Lemon Mango Matcha Smoothie Makes two 10 fl oz servings Ingredients 2 tsp organic Teavana Imperial Grade Matcha 1 cup fresh or frozen mango pieces 1/3… ... read more
    Source: Heaven of TeaPublished on August 26, 2015 2:42 pm
  • Poem Hunting
    I'm poem hunting these days. Finding, tagging, cataloging poems that say just the right thing for just the right time. It's harder than you might imagine, and I love it. It's part of a new project I'm developing. No, not really. The truth is that it's part of a birthing process, to myself and to a new being in my life. Not literally, but I am in the final days before the big push to bring… ... read more
    Source: Steph’s Cup of TeaPublished on August 26, 2015 2:01 pm
  • Grand Tea – Organic GABA Oolong
    Grand Tea is a Hong Kong based company run by two brothers who love tea. I love everything about that sentence! We have become friendly on Instagram and I was excited for the chance to sample some of their teas. I had a bit of a hard time deciding which one to sample first of the ones that they sent, but I settled on their GABA Oolong. Let's talk very briefly about GABA. Very… ... read more
    Source: TeaLover.netPublished on August 26, 2015 12:12 pm
  • A Hide-Away Moment
    Some of my favorite words of wisdom from my Grandma Betty were, "No one's looking at you."This was intended, I believe, to calm the overly self-conscious teens or young people within her reach, and give them a dose of reality. We are not, in fact, the center of the universe.As school begins and there is that anxiety of kids wanting to fit in and worried that they aren't wearing the right thing or their hair… ... read more
    Source: An International Tea MomentPublished on August 26, 2015 11:54 am
  • A Hide-Away Moment
    Some of my favorite words of wisdom from my Grandma Betty were, "No one's looking at you."This was intended, I believe, to calm the overly self-conscious teens or young people within her reach, and give them a dose of reality. We are not, in fact, the center of the universe.As school begins and there is that anxiety of kids wanting to fit in and worried that they aren't wearing the right thing or their hair… ... read more
    Source: An International Tea MomentPublished on August 26, 2015 11:54 am
  • Sense Asia Green Tea from Tan Cuong
    Country of Origin: Vietnam Leaf Appearance: dark green, mostly whole Ingredients: green tea Steep time: 2 minutes Water Temperature: 180 degrees Preparation Method: glass teapot Liquor: deep gold I've been meaning to get to some of the samples +Sense Asia Tea Company sent me in their beautiful gift box but there was just so many of them. How do I choose? My answer was to stick my hand into my ... read more
    Source: Tea For Me PleasePublished on August 26, 2015 11:00 am
  • Sense Asia Green Tea from Tan Cuong
    Country of Origin: Vietnam Leaf Appearance: dark green, mostly whole Ingredients: green tea Steep time: 2 minutes Water Temperature: 180 degrees Preparation Method: glass teapot Liquor: deep gold I've been meaning to get to some of the samples +Sense Asia Tea Company sent me in their beautiful gift box but there was just so many of them. How do I choose? My answer was to stick my hand into my ... read more
    Source: Tea For Me PleasePublished on August 26, 2015 11:00 am
  • Steep Thoughts: Happiness of Tea
    Lately I've been thinking about how much there is to learn about tea. Tea education is a beautifully infinite thing. No one can truly know everything about it. There are those that can dazzle with their tea knowledge, and while I strive to be well educated, right now I'm happy with my quiet feelings for tea. There are those that can taste every little nuanced flavor and liken it to the most esoteric ingredient. I… ... read more
    Source: Tea HappinessPublished on August 26, 2015 10:54 am
  • 2005 Xiaguan 8653 via Taobao — TeaDB James InBetweenIsode Episode #44
    2005 Xiaguan 8653 acquired directly from Taobao. A good way to get inexpensive slightly-aged factory productions. https://www.taobaoring.com/https://mx-tea.world.taobao.com/ ... read more
    Source: TeaDBPublished on August 26, 2015 9:48 am
  • Australia’s First Specialty Tea Trade Show and Conference – Need to Know
    Cunningham Pier, Geelong, Victoria The Australian International Tea Expo October 17-18 is Australia’s first specialty tea trade show and conference. The resort town of Geelong, Victoria, about 45 miles from Melbourne, is the location of the inaugural trade show and conference which includes a tea education program and a black-tie Golden Leaf Awards dinner. Tea classes will be held throughout the show from 10 am to 5 pm each day at the Geelong Boat House,… ... read more
    Source: Tea BizPublished on August 26, 2015 9:30 am
  • Japanese Tea Workshops in Milan – 6th-7th October, 2015
    Supported by the Italian Tea Culture Association and hosted by La Teiera Eclettica, a tea house in Milan, Obubu is coming to Milan for the first time. Knowing that Milan has a number of dedicated tea enthusiasts, we are bringing a few insightful and practical Japanese tea workshops, that will help to better understand Japanese tea culture and […] The post Japanese Tea Workshops in Milan – 6th-7th October, 2015 appeared first on Kyoto Obubu Tea Farms. ... read more
    Source: Kyoto Obubu Tea PlantationsPublished on August 26, 2015 8:02 am
  • Japanese Tea Workshops in the Hague – 3rd-4th October, 2015
    Invited and hosted by the International Tea and Coffee Academy, that teaches tea sommelier, Obubu is returning to the the Hague again. Having received an exceptionally warm welcome last year we are happy to return for a second go. Events this year will bring more insight into Japanese green tea culture and more hands on experience, so […] The post Japanese Tea Workshops in the Hague – 3rd-4th October, 2015 appeared first on Kyoto Obubu Tea Farms. ... read more
    Source: Kyoto Obubu Tea PlantationsPublished on August 26, 2015 7:52 am
  • Japanese Tea and Zen Event in Barcelona – 2nd October, 2015
    Invited by The Matcha House and hosted by the Barcelona Zen Centre, Obubu is returning to Barcelona again. Our events last year were really popular, so we could not refuse a chance to come back again. This year we bring you a fusion between tea and zen. Throughout Japanese tea history tea has been closely related to Buddhism. […] The post Japanese Tea and Zen Event in Barcelona – 2nd October, 2015 appeared first on Kyoto Obubu Tea… ... read more
    Source: Kyoto Obubu Tea PlantationsPublished on August 26, 2015 7:37 am
  • Japanese Tea Workshops in Madrid – 29th-30th September, 2015
    Invited and supported by the Spanish School of Tea, that spreads tea education in Spain, Obubu is coming to Madrid for the first time. With a rising interest in Japanese tea from tea professionals and tea lovers, we are bringing a series of events with more insight into Japanese green tea culture and more hands […] The post Japanese Tea Workshops in Madrid – 29th-30th September, 2015 appeared first on Kyoto Obubu Tea Farms. ... read more
    Source: Kyoto Obubu Tea PlantationsPublished on August 26, 2015 7:21 am
  • Japanese Tea Workshops in Oxford – 27th September, 2015
    Invited and supported by Chayou, that organizes unique tea events to bring together tea friends, Obubu is returning to the University of Oxford again. Our events last year were really popular, so we could not refuse a chance to come back again. This year we bring you three events with more insight into Japanese green tea […] The post Japanese Tea Workshops in Oxford – 27th September, 2015 appeared first on Kyoto Obubu Tea Farms. ... read more
    Source: Kyoto Obubu Tea PlantationsPublished on August 26, 2015 7:09 am
  • The Benefits of Buying Organic Tea, Part 2
    Read Part 1 here. Indirectly, when we buy organic tea we are also supporting smaller-scale farmers and cooperatives because, while organics probably can be maintained on quite large scales, the whole philosophy of going organic and being a steward of the land lends itself to small-scale agriculture practices; Just as the spirit of gong fu tea is better suited to smaller groups of tea lovers. Inorganic tea is one of the most destructive crops in… ... read more
    Source: T ChingPublished on August 26, 2015 7:00 am
  • We interrupt this Epic Sipdown for a tea from Plum Deluxe!
    Last night I decided it was time to get organized.  I pulled out my three baskets of tea and that I have out and about the living room and started cataloging them.  Let’s just say, I’m definitely on a buying hiatus for a time but I need to start presenting a bit of self control when it comes to tea purchases for a bit. Can’t say I want to admit to how many teas I have picked… ... read more
    Source: Cuppa GeekPublished on August 26, 2015 6:54 am
  • It’s Coffee; It’s Tea; It’s Cascara
    Have you ever wondered what happens to the fruit surrounding the coffee bean once the beans are harvested, removed from the leathery little husks, roasted and turned into coffee? Did you even know that coffee beans (which are technically seeds, not beans) had husks? Did you care? So most people don’t, it turns out. They don’t know and don’t care. I was more or less in the latter camp until […]The post It’s Coffee; It’s… ... read more
    Source: WorldTeaNews.comPublished on August 25, 2015 11:23 am
  • Why a splash of milk in your tea keeps teeth white: Protein found in dairy prevents staining
    For many, a good cup of tea is not complete without a splash of milk. And milk-drinkers can now rejoice, after a study found adding it to tea can actually stops teeth becoming stained. It was even more effective than whitening toothpastes, and was as equally good as some bleaching products, researchers found. Tea is the second most consumed drink in the world, and the way it’s processed affects how […]The post Why a splash… ... read more
    Source: WorldTeaNews.comPublished on August 25, 2015 11:13 am
  • Why a splash of milk in your tea keeps teeth white: Protein found in dairy prevents staining
    For many, a good cup of tea is not complete without a splash of milk. And milk-drinkers can now rejoice, after a study found adding it to tea can actually stops teeth becoming stained. It was even more effective than whitening toothpastes, and was as equally good as some bleaching products, researchers found. Tea is the second most consumed drink in the world, and the way it’s processed affects how […]The post Why a splash… ... read more
    Source: WorldTeaNews.comPublished on August 25, 2015 11:13 am
  • A Tale of Two Nanuo
    I have a veritable treasure trove of puerh in my possession thanks to +JalamTeas. When I realized that had two Nanuo sheng cakes I couldn't resist doing a side by side comparison. The teas in question are Nan Nuo (Pa Sa) Unfermented Puerh and Nan Nuo Mountain (Zhu Ling Village) Sheng Puerh. While they are from the same mountain and the same year (2014), there are a few key differences. Tea A ... read more
    Source: Tea For Me PleasePublished on August 25, 2015 11:00 am
  • A Tale of Two Nanuo
    I have a veritable treasure trove of puerh in my possession thanks to +JalamTeas. When I realized that had two Nanuo sheng cakes I couldn't resist doing a side by side comparison. The teas in question are Nan Nuo (Pa Sa) Unfermented Puerh and Nan Nuo Mountain (Zhu Ling Village) Sheng Puerh. While they are from the same mountain and the same year (2014), there are a few key differences. Tea A ... read more
    Source: Tea For Me PleasePublished on August 25, 2015 11:00 am
  • From Afterthought to Full Afternoon Tea
    By Stephenie Overman What started as a small treat for antique shop customers has become the mainstay of Crest Hill Antiques & Tea Room in The Plains, Va. Salvatrice “Sally” DeLuca originally opened an antiques shop in early 2007 and “started offering tea and cookies some months later as an afterthought.” Although the antique shop got off to a good start, it was hard hit by the recession the following year, she said. “Meanwhile, […]The post From Afterthought to… ... read more
    Source: WorldTeaNews.comPublished on August 25, 2015 10:36 am
  • From Afterthought to Full Afternoon Tea
    By Stephenie Overman What started as a small treat for antique shop customers has become the mainstay of Crest Hill Antiques & Tea Room in The Plains, Va. Salvatrice “Sally” DeLuca originally opened an antiques shop in early 2007 and “started offering tea and cookies some months later as an afterthought.” Although the antique shop got off to a good start, it was hard hit by the recession the following year, she said. “Meanwhile, […]The post From Afterthought to… ... read more
    Source: WorldTeaNews.comPublished on August 25, 2015 10:36 am
  • 2014 Yunnan Sourcing Autumn Daqing Gushu [Episode 120]
    A very good autumn tea from Yunnan Sourcing and a good value buy. ... read more
    Source: TeaDBPublished on August 25, 2015 9:48 am
  • NASA Missions May Help Produce Better Tea
    In January, the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) initiated an important new research project that could bring significant benefits to tea growing in Assam, India. Assam has experienced a number of unusually dry seasons in recent years. NASA’s Soil Moisture Active Passive (SMAP) mission is aimed at mapping soil moisture across the world and identifying areas where soil is frozen and where it is not. A space vehicle is […]The post NASA Missions May… ... read more
    Source: WorldTeaNews.comPublished on August 25, 2015 9:47 am
  • NASA Missions May Help Produce Better Tea
    In January, the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) initiated an important new research project that could bring significant benefits to tea growing in Assam, India. Assam has experienced a number of unusually dry seasons in recent years. NASA’s Soil Moisture Active Passive (SMAP) mission is aimed at mapping soil moisture across the world and identifying areas where soil is frozen and where it is not. A space vehicle is […]The post NASA Missions May… ... read more
    Source: WorldTeaNews.comPublished on August 25, 2015 9:47 am
  • The Meiryoku Tea Cultivar
    source: marumo-cha.jp Meiryoku (茗緑) is a tea cultivar known for its robustness, in the sense that it’s easy to cultivate and maintain. The character “mei” is often used in Chinese when referring to tea, while “ryoku” means green. It is a normal budding cultivar which can be harvested a day or two earlier than Yabukita. History of Meiryoku Yabukita and Yamatomidori where crossed and the best seedling was selected for testing, which began in 1980.… ... read more
    Source: My Japanese Green TeaPublished on August 25, 2015 9:06 am
  • Tea Tasting Workshops in Cotswolds – 26th, 28th September 2015
    Supported by the IntoJapan, Obubu is coming to Cotswolds to hold a series of special events, where we will try to educate and inspire you with Japanese tea. These workshops will be a chance to learn about how Japanese teas are grown, picked, processed and brewed. Under the guidance of Matsumoto-san, you will be making and […] The post Tea Tasting Workshops in Cotswolds – 26th, 28th September 2015 appeared first on Kyoto Obubu Tea Farms. ... read more
    Source: Kyoto Obubu Tea PlantationsPublished on August 25, 2015 8:35 am
  • Moving
    Well, it happened–I finished high school. As each end marks a new beginning, as I finish high school I’m beginning my studies at university. As I began packing my things for the big move, my mind drifted to tea as it generally does. A thought occurred to me: what will I do with all my tea and teapots?! My first thought was to try to drink as much of the tea as I could before… ... read more
    Source: T ChingPublished on August 25, 2015 7:00 am
  • Japanese Tea Talk and Tasting in London – 25th September 2015
    Obubu is returning to London for the third time. Supported by the Japan Society, we are bringing you a Japanese Tea Talk and Tasting on 25th September. The event will give a rare chance to hear about Japanese tea culture: how Japanese tea is grown and processed, why Japanese tea tastes the way it does and how […] The post Japanese Tea Talk and Tasting in London – 25th September 2015 appeared first on Kyoto Obubu Tea… ... read more
    Source: Kyoto Obubu Tea PlantationsPublished on August 25, 2015 4:42 am
  • London Japanese Tea Event – 25th September 2015
    Supported by the Japan Society, Obubu returns to London with a Japanese Tea Event in September, 2015. The event will provide with a rare chance to hear about Japanese tea culture and to try some traditional Japanese teas from Wazuka, Kyoto. Come and join us! What: Japanese Tea Event When: 18:45-20:30, 25th September, 2015 Where: Swedenborg […] The post London Japanese Tea Event – 25th September 2015 appeared first on Kyoto Obubu Tea Farms. ... read more
    Source: Kyoto Obubu Tea PlantationsPublished on August 25, 2015 4:42 am
  • Revisiting the 2007 Puerh Market Crash
     2007 was a turbulent year for those involved in puerh tea, especially tea businesses that were heavily invested. After a decade of escalating prices the momentum driving the value of puerh tea would peak during the spring of 2007. However the high prices could not hold and as the price for puerh tea tumbled, the first crash of the modern day puerh market was at hand. Fueled by heavy speculation and in part the wave… ... read more
    Source: The Guide to Puerh TeaPublished on August 25, 2015 3:25 am
  • World Tea Podcast, EP.34: A Casual Tea Cupping
    Welcome to the World Tea Podcast! A Podcast about tea’s culture and technology!This week ... read more
    Source: World Tea PodcastPublished on August 24, 2015 1:46 pm
  • A Morning Cup Moment
    I'm so grateful this morning. Grateful that my girls are healthy, grateful for my husband who makes our lives better and happier each and every day, grateful for the parents I have and for my entire family, for my friends, my home, my work...This weekend was one full of difficult news from a variety of friends. One friend dealt with a final goodbye to her mom's ashes in a special and intimate memorial. One friend's… ... read more
    Source: An International Tea MomentPublished on August 24, 2015 12:31 pm
  • with tea – summer. journal I by Alexis Siemons
    One of the best parts about being as involved in the tea world as I am is having friends who do really, really cool things. with tea is definitely one of those things. +Alexis Siemons has long been one of my favorite writers. I was so exited when I heard that she would be producing a quarterly printed journal. Each edition is filled with seasonal tea-infused recipes and stories. Not only does ... read more
    Source: Tea For Me PleasePublished on August 24, 2015 11:00 am
  • A Disappointment and a Consolation
    As much as I enjoy trying a new tea spot, sometimes a return to the familiar is even better. All week I had looked forward to dropping by Matcha Box, the first tea bar in Los Angeles devoted exclusively to matcha. I am still missing Royal-T in Culver City, where I used to savor the creamiest, most favorable – and thankfully unsweetened – matcha lattes I have ever had. My hope was that Matcha Box… ... read more
    Source: T ChingPublished on August 24, 2015 7:00 am
  • Epic Sipdown Continues . . . . Gemaicha from Treehouse Teas
    On my Epic Sipdown journey, I came across a sample pack in my tea stash from Treehouse Teas, a company I came across on Etsy but they have their own online store as well. I have to say, I love how they package their teas together.  I love my green tea and seeing all the green tea tied so cutely together- made me giddy! Never having Treehouse Teas, I was excited to jump in and… ... read more
    Source: Cuppa GeekPublished on August 24, 2015 5:00 am
  • The Scent of Jasmine: Making Tea in the Heat of the Night
    In mid-August 3 years ago, I was fortunate to be in Fuzhou, the capital of Fujian province during Jasmine harvest season. My host, Chris West, formerly of Min River Tea, arranged for us to visit the old factory of Master Yu on the outskirts of town. We would be accompanied by the provincial Minister of Agriculture. He was to be present during the filming of CCTV’s… ... read more
    Source: The Tea StylistPublished on August 23, 2015 11:12 pm
  • Inscription for the Gentleman of Principle
    Hulu jushi fanyi           Sheng Yong of the Ming dynastyInscription for the Gentleman of Principle Shaped like the vault of Heaven and the square of Earth: Bamboo sheathed metal, bamboo wrapped clay. Within, a lively fire burns, Bearing sounds of waves on the river Xiang. One drop of sweet dew Cleanses my poetic core. A pure wind sweeps beneath my sleeves, Carrying me beyond the realm and into the Void.  … ... read more
    Source: TsiosophyPublished on August 23, 2015 4:13 pm
  • 2014 Autumn Zhang Ping Shui Xian
    9-10 gram size squaresPicked up a 5-pack of these little 9-10 gram Autumn tea pillows with my spring sheng order from Chawangshop.com. I'd been eyeing these for a few months, and shortly after I got mine the stock had sold out. Seems Chawangshop sells these every so often, but they don't last long. The eight step process of making this tea involves picking parameters in September/October, light oxidation, light charcoal roasting, and pressing. This "water… ... read more
    Source: Cwyn’s Death By TeaPublished on August 23, 2015 3:45 pm
  • Epic Sipdown. . My Mission To Start Drinking Up More Tea- Part One
    I know this may come as a shock, but over the last couple years, I bought too much tea! Seriously.  You should see my house.  I have about 5 different tea stash areas.  I took up one whole cabinet and have those cute baskets for cubbies filled as well.  So, I am going to attempt to start drinking down my teas.  Some of them are older and really do need to have some attention catered… ... read more
    Source: Cuppa GeekPublished on August 23, 2015 8:57 am
  • Just Add Honey Subscription Box
    Just Add Honey came to my attention when I was looking around online for subscription boxes, but I have learned that they also have a retail cafe in downtown Atlanta where they have high tea and tea tastings. Now I really want to go there! I am really enjoying the various boxes that are available that include tea and something else - a book, some honey, who knows what else is out there? What I… ... read more
    Source: TeaLover.netPublished on August 22, 2015 7:18 pm
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