Hey there, tea drinkers! In this Taste of Tea post I’ll relay my tea-tasting journal entry for a Tai Ping Hou Kui loose leaf of tea; I purchased this particular Tai Ping Hou Kui from High Garden in Nasvhville, TN.
Hey there, tea drinkers! I hope you’re having a great day. Today’s post is the third in my new ongoing series, Tea Out, in which I share experiences where I've come upon tasty, or even just interesting, tea when I'm out in the world, at restaurants, cafés and the like. I recently discovered that the Jeng Chi restaurant in Richardson, TX's Chinatown shopping center has a small café/bakery inside that serves a limited selection of freshly brewed hot teas.
Hey there, tea drinkers! In this Taste of Tea post I’ll relay my tea-tasting journal entry for the Samovar Tea (or Samovar House Blend) from The Kobuk gift shop in Anchorage, Alaska.
Have you ever had the experience of brewing up a green tea only to have it come out tasting way too bitter or be so astringent that each gulp leaves you feeling like you have cottonmouth? Maybe you've even decided that you don't like green teas because now you think that that is just the normal taste and texture of all green teas. Well, I'm here to let you know that your green teas don't have to be overly bitter or astringent, and that in fact, there are some simple changes you can make when brewing your green tea that can radically improve its flavor and texture.
Hey there, tea drinkers! I recently discovered the existence of matcha LOVE Dallas, a little matcha LOVE retail location amongst food court shops within the Mitsuwa Marketplace in Plano, TX: another Tea Out experience.
Hey there, tea drinkers! I decided to start experimenting with cold brewing some loose-leaf teas. I pulled the first of these experiments out of the fridge this morning and transferred the brew from my cold brew press to a glass bottle: an Uji Gyokuro tea.
Hey there, tea drinkers! I hope you’re having a great week so far. In today’s post I'm going to talk a little about my experiences with Matcha green tea powder purchased from the grocery store (or supermarket).