Tea and Tea-Infused Topics

About Me

Welcome fellow tea drinkers! I’m the Blake behind Blake’s Tea Journal. As you may have guessed by now, I’m an avid tea drinker myself and a burgeoning tea enthusiast. I don’t have any formal training in tea (tea master, tea sommelier, etc.), nor do I work in the tea industry. But I do however enjoy drinking tea, learning about tea, and talking/writing about tea. In my current day job, I’m a scientist (postdoctoral researcher). In this role, I work primarily with mathematical models and computer simulations that we use to help us better understand chemical and biological systems. This means I spend a lot of time behind a computer, which is always made better with a nice cuppa hot tea. Outside of work and tea, I’m a bit of a dabbler, and thus, I have a variety of other hobbies, including drawing, painting, and reading.

I like the pause that tea allows.

Waris Ahluwalia

About Blake’s Tea Journal

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Late in 2016, in an effort to help develop my own tea experience and improve my tea knowledge, I started keeping a journal of tea tasting notes and reviews. I added new tea entries sporadically for a little over a year, after which I decided to start a blog through which I could start sharing those notes and my other tea-related experiences with others out in the world. Thus, Blake’s Tea Journal was born in 2018 (so this is still a new endeavor) with the following three main purposes:  i) to serve as the outlet through which to share my tea journal entries, ii) a creative outlet through which to share other tea infused content and information derived from my journey through the wider world of tea, and iii) after feeling a bit like an outcast in a world of coffee drinkers, I hoped that starting a blog about tea would help me connect with fellow tea enthusiasts.

I look forward to sharing my journey through the vast world of tea. Although Blake’s Tea Journal is still relatively new, as I do share my experiences and build my content, I hope this blog will become a useful resource for your own tea journey, and that together we can enrich our tea experiences.

Current Posting Schedule:

  1. The Taste of Tea or Miscellaneous posts- Saturdays (occasionally Sunday, when I don’t get a post finished in time for Saturday)
  2. A Bit of PoeTea posts – as new content is available (i.e., after inspiration strikes).

Check out the Post Categories page for short descriptions of the categories.

If you find any of my content interesting or useful, then please support the blog by following it, and also by liking and sharing my posts. Additionally, the blog has a Zazzle store, BlakesTeaJournalBlog; I’d love it if you checked it out and took a moment to see if there’s anything you like. Your support is greatly appreciated!

If you want to get in contact with me, then head over to the Contact page and fill out the form to send me a message.

You can also find Blake’s Tea Journal on Facebook and Pinterest.

Please visit the Disclaimers page to see all disclaimers relevant to this blog site.

There is a subtle charm in the taste of tea which makes it irresistible and capable of idealization.

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