409 Tasting Notes
Random Steepings girl reporting in! Today I take another look at the Amoda Tea Box, and this month it features indigenous-owned company The Capilano!
It’s yet another subscription box review! Today I take a look at Teabook’s monthly tea service for people on the go.
Today I take a look at month 2 of my Wicked Tea subscription, and try out their Cherry Rose White tea.
Queen of Random Steepings/subscription boxes reporting in! Today’s report is about the Bruu Gourmet Tea Club. I bet you haven’t heard of it, and you will wish you had.
Today on the blog I have fun with a Libre Loose Leaf Tea Tumbler!
Today’s blog post on www.tealover.net – my review of the Global Tea Hut subscription, and especially the September 2015 publication. I try my hand at Tang Dynasty brewing.
Midori Spring Matcha is organic and the package shows a USDA Organic logo, so that can only be good, right? The matcha arrived in a 30g tin that even identifies the Japanese region where the matcha came from. I like little extra details like that. The tin itself is thick and not flimsy and the label directs the consumer to the company website for recipes and a full brewing guide. Under the screw-off lid, the tin is sealed with a pull up top like Snack Pack from when I was a kid and kids were allowed to lick pudding off of sharp metal.
Full review and photos: https://tealover.net/2015/09/midori-spring-organic-ceremonial-grade-matcha/
Today’s review: the Flying Tea Gourd! With a name like that, you have to check it out.
Today on the blog – continuing my journey through subscription boxes, with a look at Amoda Tea, featuring Petali Teas’ Vintage Violet.
I can’t believe I have gone so many days in between reviews. I know none of you were probably noticing, but my internal clock was really anxious to get back to writing. Today I have for you a review of the Tomotcha monthly subscription, and their gyokuro, which was the month’s tea that I received.
Awesome dragon teaware and full review at: