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.

  • KombuchaKon Supported the Growing Industry
    The Fifth Annual KombuchaKon conference took place Feb. 10-11 at the Long Beach Convention Center in California, showcasing new trends in the ever-growing kombucha market. The conference also educated kombucha brewers on topics related to brewing, science and business practices. “We feel that kombucha is a 21st century industry,” said Hannah Crum, founder of Kombucha Brewers International and KombuchaKon and Kombucha Kamp owner. “A lot of our producers would like […] The post KombuchaKon Supported ... read more
    Source: WorldTeaNews.comPublished on February 20, 2018 12:03 pm
  • Stevia: The Sweetener to Adopt, Not Avoid
    By far the most common word appearing in reviews of sweeteners for food and drinks is “avoid.” The reasoning is multipronged. That sugar, and especially high-fructose corn syrup, have been shown to pose health risks. That sugar alternatives such as aspartame or agave nectar, while tasting great, are associated with other risks such as liver damage or, simply, high sugar content; honey is high in calories as well. Or that […] The post Stevia: The ... read more
    Source: WorldTeaNews.comPublished on February 20, 2018 11:13 am
  • Tea Bags: Staid and Stable
    Tea bags are convenient, conserve tea, and, depending on form, sell at a premium. In several tea-drinking countries, notably the United Kingdom, 96 percent of the tea consumed is bagged. Tea bags may be sedate, respectable, and unadventurous but they are gaining popularity globally and may be the key to increasing tea available for export in producing countries including India. “Tea bags were the leading format type of global new […] The post Tea Bags: ... read more
    Source: WorldTeaNews.comPublished on February 20, 2018 11:00 am
  • Tetley Report: Trends in Foodservice Tea
    The behavior of out-of-home tea drinkers in the United Kingdom offers valuable insights for tea retailers in developed markets where competition with coffee is fierce. Tetley, in its second annual 30-page Tea Report, teamed with CGA, a market research consultancy specializing in foodservice drinks markets in the U.S. and U.K. Consumers were questioned on everything from dining experience and the role of technology in the market, to the quality of […] The post Tetley Report: ... read more
    Source: WorldTeaNews.comPublished on February 20, 2018 10:33 am
  • Budding Products: Celebrate the Year of the Dog
    According to the Chinese Zodiac, the Year of the Dog began Feb. 16. The dog is one of the animals on the cyclical 12 year calendar. Pearl Fine Teas Honors the Year of the Dog Washington, D.C.-based Pearl Fine Teas created a limited edition loose leaf tea blend that celebrates Chinese New Year and the Year of the Dog. It is called Kung Hei Fat Choy. It is a unique […] The post Budding Products: ... read more
    Source: WorldTeaNews.comPublished on February 20, 2018 9:29 am
  • Western Versus Japanese Style Tea Brewing
    At first I thought about using the title “Western vs Eastern Style Tea Brewing”. But after looking at some of the related articles online, I noticed that they are mainly referring to gongfu style tea brewing, which is Chinese. So let me give you a comparison regarding the Japanese style of tea brewing. Western style tea brewing This style of tea brewing involves a low leaf to water ratio, and long steeping times. Let me ... read more
    Source: My Japanese Green TeaPublished on February 20, 2018 7:33 am
  • How A Japanese Tea Farm is Fighting Against Japan’s Biggest Problem – Age – Part One
    The Japanese tea industry is facing a huge problem. This problem is hitting many of the respected tea farmers who have been in the industry for decades or even centuries.  The problem is: Japanese people are getting old. In particular, tea drinkers in Japan are getting old. This article will show you why the green tea industry is facing the problem and a story of how one tea farmer is trying to combat the problem today. ... read more
    Source: T ChingPublished on February 20, 2018 7:00 am
  • Fukamushi-cha from Nearai, Shizu-7132
    For the details of Mr. Tarui’s teas from Nearai (Shizuoka, Hamamatsu City), I invite you to read this article about its phenomenal Inzatsu 131. In short, the peculiarity of these fukamushi cha comes from their method of manufacture, on an... Read More › ... read more
    Source: Japanese Tea SommelierPublished on February 19, 2018 3:35 pm
  • Here’s Why The Launch Of Nepal Tea Will Benefit Darjeeling Tea Lovers
    Formed in 1983, Darjeeling Tea logo was also being used to promote many smaller regions. The true flavour of Darjeeling Tea will now be shining through. Nepal’s decision to create a separate identity for itself and create a new market takes us back to the story of 1983, when Darjeeling tea — under whose aegis Nepal had been sold for all these years — was formed. Darjeeling Tea has been cultivated since 1800s and its unique flavour is attributed ... read more
    Source: Vahdam TeaPublished on February 19, 2018 12:54 pm
  • You Can Eat Your Tea!
    Infusing tea into every corner of your dining experience is not a new concept, but certainly a fun one. Tea is the perfect flavor complement in baked cookies, stir-fries, rubs, salad dressing, and even popcorn! Eating various teas can provide a unique profile and sweet or savory flavor personality that is sure to enhance your dining experience. I greatly enjoy DAVIDsTEA Soup Teas. And, to my TEAlight, I discovered how Spicy Rasam’s blended soup packet—with ... read more
    Source: T ChingPublished on February 19, 2018 7:00 am
  • Dossier Pu Er : les familles de thés vieillis (Partie 3)
    Le thé est un produit « vivant », il vieillit. Pour la grande majorité des thés, c’est une réalité plutôt défavorable aux arômes et saveurs qui les composent : les qualités de fraicheur, qui font l’éclat de certaines récoltes, s’estompent rapidement. Ce n’est pourtant pas le cas pour tous les thés. Les Pu Er, et autres thés sombres ou vieillis, sont de ceux qui, exceptionnellement, profitent du vieillissement pour développer des saveurs ... read more
    Source: Blogue du dégustateur de théPublished on February 18, 2018 6:10 pm
  • A White Paper ..
    Ozu Washi instructor Nao Tanaka demonstrates how to pick up a film of pulp that will eventually dry into a sheet of paper.‘Mummy, where does paper come from?” This was a question recently asked by my young daughter that was easier to answer than her usual string of whats and whys (“Do insects cry?” and “Why were we born?” among them).On this occasion, I was not only able to tell her with confidence that paper ... read more
    Source: Cha Bei — 茶 杯Published on February 18, 2018 6:09 pm
  • Thés verts chinois : une source inépuisable de découvertes!
    Les thés verts sont les plus populaires en Orient. En Chine seulement, on en compte plus de 1500 variétés! En effet, la diversité des thés verts chinois est phénoménale. Des siècles de culture ont permis d’en diversifier la palette aromatique. De l’amertume des petites feuilles torsadées au doux parfum des feuilles d’exception, le thé vert s’y décline en plus de mille variétés. Pour nous qui explorons chaque année de nouvelles régions productrices de thé ... read more
    Source: Blogue du dégustateur de théPublished on February 18, 2018 12:04 am
  • Today is MattCha’s Blog’s 10th Anniversary!
    The Beginning.The sharing or knowledge.The absence.The return.I believe I am currently waning again…Ten years… this is a big thing.  The very first blog post I wrote was on Febuary 17, 2008.  Tea blogs that I read when I first started are almost all inactive or have considerably slowed down or have started selling tea.  I don’t buy the fact that some old tea bloggers say there is nothing interesting to blog about anymore .  There ... read more
    Source: MattCha’s BlogPublished on February 17, 2018 6:08 pm
  • Don’t Ask for Milk, That’s no England! Insights into Turkish Tea
    I’ve always found it quite hard explaining to foreigners how Turkey is obsessed with tea. You just have to come to Istanbul and experience Turkish tea culture with your own eyes, it’s like drinking water. Here are some insights into Turkish tea culture: There is no tea time in Turkey. You don’t have to wait for 5 o’clock. Because, you’re in luck, it’s always tea time. With the exception of Ramadan… Breakfast without tea ... read more
    Source: ChapediaPublished on February 17, 2018 11:14 am
  • Lu An Gua Pian : l’un des plus célèbres thés de Chine
    Un célèbre grand cru La route menant aux jardins de Lu An Gua Pian, dans la région de Anhui, sillonne les collines de la chaîne Dabie Shan, bordée de forêts de bambous, de petits villages et de lacs magnifiques. Ce grand cru est un thé original qui figure depuis des siècles parmi les 10 thés les plus célèbres de Chine. Ses belles feuilles torsadées aux accents bleutés offrent une liqueur à la ... read more
    Source: Blogue du dégustateur de théPublished on February 16, 2018 6:09 pm
  • A Beginner’s Guide to Loose Leaf Tea
    Loose leaf tea makes for some incredible cups of tea, especially if you know what you are doing. So many people, used to the convenience of bagged tea, let these tea leaves scare them away though. Many find either that first cup of tea turned out all wrong, tasting bitter or flavorless, or else they don’t even bother trying, unsure of what to do and afraid to ask. We’re here to help take that fear ... read more
    Source: MeiMei Fine Teas BlogPublished on February 16, 2018 1:51 pm
  • Friday Roundup: February 11th – February 17th
    The Phoenix Collection: Tea with David Lee HoffmanLast week's roundup featured a post from The Tea Squirrel that reported her experience tasting tea with David Lee Hoffman. Now you've all got to read this perspective from Mike at The Tea Letter! I loved getting to see some of the tea museum.Zealong - Oolong from New Zealand!Cody at The Oolong Drunk did a tasting with a wonderful tea that I have not had in years. Zealong ... read more
    Source: Tea For Me PleasePublished on February 16, 2018 11:00 am
  • If Olympic Sports Were Teas from Art of Tea…
     What’s not to love about the Olympics? There’s the national pride, the amazing talent, and the hours of entertaining competition. Add in the chill of Winter weather, and the Winter Olympics are the perfect time to curl up in front of the TV with a cup of tea.  Figure Skating Beautiful, graceful, fantastic to watch. Are we talking about figure skating or our go-to blooming tea, Halo? Both! When we think of the smooth ... read more
    Source: ArtOfTeaPublished on February 16, 2018 9:00 am
  • Podcast 035: Rishouen Tea
    I had met Elsa Derrez and Naoki Kagata of Rishouen Tea a while ago, when I visited the company in Uji. Click here to read the post I wrote about it. In this interview we talk about the process of tea blending in Japan, and also about aging green tea. They were also kind enough to send me a picture of the traditional tools used by Naoki when blending tea. I learned a lot in ... read more
    Source: My Japanese Green TeaPublished on February 16, 2018 8:07 am
  • Blast From the Past: Two styles of white tea
    Author: Tiffany Williams “Do not pick on the day that has seen rain nor when clouds spoil the sky. Pick tea only on a clear day.”—Lu Yu I hated my first white tea experience. It was a Lipton white tea blend in a tea bag and it put me off of white tea for years. Then I had real white tea: Silver Needle. Made with tea buds, Sliver Needle tea brews a rich delicate liquid ... read more
    Source: T ChingPublished on February 16, 2018 7:00 am
  • In Japan, organic farmers, father and son
    I’d like to introduce you to Kitano Shuichi. Of all the farmers I’ve met in Japan, he’s the most passionate and inspiring about organic practices. He’s been using these methods for 30 years, introduced by his father. The latter, convinced of the health benefits of organic tea, suffered financially for ten years, due to very low yields, but he pulled through. Today, he sells his tea for a good price because demand for organic ... read more
    Source: Discovering TeaPublished on February 16, 2018 6:08 am
  • Moroccan Mint Tea: A Simple Recipe
    Moroccan mint tea is a blend of Chinese gunpowder green tea with fresh mint to create the famous Moroccan mint tea. Moroccan mint tea is an epic brew with only four ingredients made from pantry staples. Deliciously brewed Chinese gunpowder green tea is blended with the freshness of mint and the sweetness of sugar all... Read More » The post Moroccan Mint Tea: A Simple Recipe appeared first on Life is ... read more
    Source: Life is Better With TeaPublished on February 16, 2018 4:37 am
  • At the Tea Table with Sarah Gray from Splitleaf
    When I see a space spruced up with lush greenery, I think of this next person I have joining me at the tea table and her self proclaimed “plant hoarder” status. Aside from being a plant mama and cat mama to one of the cutest cats ever, Sarah Gray is also a professional photographer and the creator behind Splitleaf. While she may not have any Camellia sinensis (the tea plant) in her collection today, she ... read more
    Source: The Tea Cup of LifePublished on February 15, 2018 8:36 pm
  • Review: Congou Black Tea By Oliver Pluff & Co
    I love learning about tea history, there is so much information to discover and digest. I've written a bit about colonial American tea drinking in the past, as well as the historic tea blends of Oliver Pluff & Co. Their blends give a peek inside the teapots of colonial America.Today's review is for Oliver Pluff & Co.'s Congou. Congou is derived from the word gongfu, meaning a skillfully crafted tea. You may recognize the term ... read more
    Source: Tea HappinessPublished on February 15, 2018 8:26 pm
  • What are tea varieties?
    When you switch to drinking loose leaf tea, you instantly get overwhelmed by thousands of different types. Are tea types and tea varieties the same thing? ... read more
    Source: California TeahousePublished on February 15, 2018 6:39 pm
  • The marine layer tea cocktail
    I am a huge fan of craft cocktails and I probably don’t have to tell you that I’m always on the lookout for tea-infused craft cocktails wherever I go. Recently, I’ve realized that 99% of the already scarce tea cocktails available on the local imbibing scene feature Earl Grey. Don’t get me wrong, I love a good Earl Grey tea cocktail, but I believe it’s high time bartenders tried something new. To make up for the ... read more
    Source: The Tea SquirrelPublished on February 15, 2018 2:00 pm
  • Tea Tasting: An Art for the Tea Lovers
    Guest Post By: Rupal Sharma Tea– As soon as the word ‘tea’ is heard, it recollects the image of warm water mixed with milk and sugar and all the other additives. Who would have known that the real teas are not the concocted liquors but the natural tea leaf extracts merged in warm water? Tea Tasting Culture Tea tasting has been an art since the very first cup of tea ever made in the world. ... read more
    Source: T ChingPublished on February 15, 2018 7:00 am
  • Happy New Year
    Happy New Year.Today is Chinese New Year's eve.  You will know that many Chinese would be trying to make their way home, these past few days, to attend the new year eve dinner with their family. It is like a Thanksgiving occasion where  families get to eat dinner together.  It is a yearly milestone which I look forward to every year.To all my readers, Happy Chinese New Year.  Live long and prosper. ... read more
    Source: travelling teapotPublished on February 14, 2018 10:48 pm
  • How to Make Valentine’s Day Tea
    You have probably already done your loose leaf tea shopping and if you haven't bought the perfect tea for the love-celebrating occasion, we might have a few ideas for you. ... read more
    Source: California TeahousePublished on February 14, 2018 6:38 pm
  • Downtown Dartmouth, I Love You
    Mel Had Tea - A Travel Blog for Tea Lovers This Valentine’s Day I wanted to share a little bit of love for Dartmouth, specifically downtown Dartmouth where Rob and I live now. It has awesome food, fun festivals, and pretty sights. We love it so much we even had our engagement photos taken at the Alderney Landing Ferry Terminal. I’m from the suburbs of outer Dartmouth, but my childhood home is so far out that ... read more
    Source: Mel Had TeaPublished on February 14, 2018 4:18 pm
  • Love-ly Teas for Valentine’s Day
    Chili Chocolate tea, a TeaHaus blendPoem Launches a New Holiday Cupids, roses, and chocolate—surprisingly, they have long been associated with Valentine’s Day. Chaucer evidently first linked romance and St. Valentine’s Day—in, fittingly, a poem—back in 1382. every bird cometh to choose his mate. . . . on seynt Voantynes day Centuries of romantic words followed, with the Victorians sending gifts and cards adorned with cupids. Chocolate Arrives on the Scene! Chocolate as a luxury item reached Spain in the 1500s. The Industrial ... read more
    Source: It’s More Than TeaPublished on February 14, 2018 4:05 pm
  • 10 Reasons Why Tea is a Universal Home Remedy
    Tea is a widely consumed beverage that seems to be suitable for any occasion, whether it’s a home brunch, a business lunch or a dinner with friends. Some recognize specific teas by their flavor, others prefer them for their health benefits. Tea is usually made of dried leaves, fruit, flower or roots of plants. There are countries which have a specific tea in their traditional culture, such as the Japanese Matcha green tea, Turkish ... read more
    Source: T ChingPublished on February 14, 2018 7:00 am
  • A collection of new Taiwanese oolongs has landed
    Taiwan has a special place in my heart. Not only do they produce exceptional pure leaf tea; I was born there. For those who don't know I am adopted. I consider myself an Aussie raised with western traditions and it hasn't been until later in my life that I became curious about my heritage and culture. I feel I came into tea on purpose and tea is a culture bridge linking the two pieces of who ... read more
    Source: The SteeperyPublished on February 13, 2018 7:32 pm
  • Dubai Has Won The Guinness Record For The World’s Biggest Cup Of ‘Karak Chai’!
    After hours of careful brewing and screening by 138 chefs in all, Dubai fulfilled the Guinness Record by producing 5,000 litres of tea in a single cup! Three cheers to tea! Congratulations Dubai for setting the new record for the world’s largest cup of tea! Standing 3.66 metres high and a top diameter of 1.42 metres, the cup containing 5,000 litres of chai tea is truly a global feat. Only a few months ago, the ... read more
    Source: Vahdam TeaPublished on February 13, 2018 12:54 pm
  • Teas Unique Jeju Island Black Tea [Episode 249]
    This episode, Denny and James review a Korean Black tea from Jeju Island. ... read more
    Source: TeaDBPublished on February 13, 2018 10:00 am
  • Does drinking hot tea cause cancer?
    I’m always interested in reading articles that speak to tea’s amazing effects on reducing cancer risk. Needless to say, when I came across some research out of Peking University regarding esophageal cancer, I was quite disturbed. Upon reading the article, however, I think I understand why drinking hot tea would be a culprit. The study was conducted looking at 3 risk factors: 1) Hot tea drinkers 2) Heavy alcohol consumption and 3) cigarette smoking. It ... read more
    Source: T ChingPublished on February 13, 2018 7:00 am
  • Adventures In Tea! Issue 2: What is Umami?
    Japanese Version Here 日本語版はこちら: https://www.obubu.net/oblog/28393.html The post Adventures In Tea! Issue 2: What is Umami? appeared first on Kyoto Obubu Tea Farms. ... read more
    Source: Kyoto Obubu Tea PlantationsPublished on February 13, 2018 6:08 am
  • Study Links ‘Burning Hot’ Tea, Plus Smoking or Drinking, to Cancer
    A group of Chinese researchers conclude that “drinking tea at high temperatures is associated with an increased risk for esophageal cancer when combined with excessive alcohol or tobacco use.” The group’s findings were reported in “Effect of Hot Tea Consumption and Its Interactions With Alcohol and Tobacco Use on the Risk for Esophageal Cancer: A Population-Based Cohort Study,” which was published in the Annals of Internal Medicine in February. “People […] The post Study Links ... read more
    Source: WorldTeaNews.comPublished on February 12, 2018 6:09 pm
  • Budding Products: New Functional Loose Leaf Teas
    California Tea House Created an Aphrodisiac Apricot Chai Tarzana, California-based California Tea House debuts its aphrodisiac Apricot Chai just in time for Valentine’s Day. The organic blend consists of loose leaf black tea, peaches, apricot preserves, vanilla beans, ginger, cloves and citrus peel. The company came up with this blend after researching ancient treatments for a low libido. In Mexico and Argentina, vanilla is consumed to increase sexual vigor, according […] The post Budding Products: ... read more
    Source: WorldTeaNews.comPublished on February 12, 2018 6:09 pm
  • Thanks to Smallholders India Tea Exports Rebound to Record Levels
    Outstanding yields in South India offset declines in Darjeeling as tea production reached a record 1,279 million kilos in 2017, up about 1 percent from 1,267 mkg harvested in 2016. Exports topped 240.7 million kilos during calendar 2017, a level not seen since 1981, according to the Tea Board of India. Exports were driven by demand in the Middle East and China, and lower production from competing growers in Kenya […] The post Thanks to ... read more
    Source: WorldTeaNews.comPublished on February 12, 2018 6:09 pm
  • Moringa Could Be the New Matcha
    ME Moringa for Life is striving to make more Americans aware of moringa’s antioxidant-rich, superfood status. Moringa, also known as the “Ben oil tree,” is a deciduous tree that grows rapidly in warm climates in Africa, Asia and Latin America. The tree’s leaves, stems and seeds can all be consumed. Jeanne Ngo Yockbag and her husband, Manfred Walter Schmitt, founded ME in 2010 in Msambweni, Kenya. Yockbag is from Cameroon […] The post Moringa Could ... read more
    Source: WorldTeaNews.comPublished on February 12, 2018 6:09 pm
  • One Belt, One Road is a Two-Way Street
    PUER, Yunnan A cobblestone trail and a map carved in stone mark the first outpost on the 3,000-kilometer ancient Tea Horse Road. It was from here that for more than 1,000 years caravans carrying tea started their journey of many months crossing Yunnan, Sichuan, and Guizhou provinces to Tibet and destinations as far as India, Nepal, and the Middle East. China has renewed interest in this route with a modern […] The post One Belt, ... read more
    Source: WorldTeaNews.comPublished on February 12, 2018 6:09 pm
  • Puerh – A Sheng Takes the Palates
    Snow has that wonderful natural ability to paint big swaths white, and slow everything down to a trickle. “Cooperate or perish” say many Himalayan inhabitants of the natural elements and their forces. Snow and Puerh seem an ideal way to begin! The little tea that did from one of our favourite mountains, Bulang Mountain Sheng Puerh. And so, things slowed in Toronto for this most edition of the Toronto Tea Festival, amidst snow that came ... read more
    Source: Jeff Fuchs’ Tea and Mountain JournalsPublished on February 12, 2018 6:08 pm
  • The Unofficial 2018 Toronto Tea Festival Awards
    You can’t have a great festival without great vendors! There were so many things to mention in my Toronto Tea Festival recap this year that I couldn’t properly recognize some of the vendors in that one post. It was a long and snowy ride home after the festival so I had time to come up with the idea of doing my own 2018 Toronto Tea Festival Awards to make sure I highlight as many wonderful ... read more
    Source: The Cup of LifePublished on February 12, 2018 5:05 pm
  • Toronto Tea Festival Highlights
    Mel Had Tea - A Travel Blog for Tea Lovers During the first weekend in February I found myself at the Toronto Tea Festival for the first time. It’s Canada’s largest tea festival and in its sixth year running. Over the weekend I caught up with friends, ate some amazing food, and got properly tea drunk. My duffel bag was ten pounds heavier with tea going through airport security on the way home. “Nothing to see here, ... read more
    Source: Mel Had TeaPublished on February 12, 2018 4:18 pm
  • Pairing Tea with Chocolate: A Heavenly Match!
    Chocolate and tea. They form the base of my food pyramid—hey, they both arguably offer health benefits! And paired? Well, that’s just another name for perfection. Orange Blossom oolong & Pure 67% ChocolateBecause the right pairing of chocolate and tea will bring out incredibly delicious nuances of both. But you do want to use high-quality loose leaf tea and high-quality chocolate because only then will you have the complexities and layering of flavors that make ... read more
    Source: It’s More Than TeaPublished on February 12, 2018 4:05 pm
  • Seven Cups Da Hong Pao 2017
    Country of Origin: ChinaLeaf Appearance: dark, somewhat twistedSteep time: 30 secondsWater Temperature: 212 degreesPreparation Method: porcelain gaiwanLiquor: deep reddish brownAs many of you know, I'm a bit of a Seven Cups fangirl. Their videos on YouTube and iTunes were a huge part of my early tea education. I'm still obsessed with their Huang Zhi Xiang, one of the first teas that I really fell in love with. When I had the opportunity to try some of ... read more
    Source: Tea For Me PleasePublished on February 12, 2018 11:00 am
  • Tea Towel & A Yayoi Kusama Exhibit
    The Broad’s special exhibit Yayoi Kusama: Infinity Mirrors closed a few weeks ago. Angelinos who missed the show could catch it at the remaining stops, Toronto, Cleveland, or Atlanta, before the collection of six mirror-lined rooms leaves North America. Yayoi Kusama was born in 1929, in Japan’s Nagano Prefecture. She attained international recognition in 1957 via a solo exhibit, just a few weeks after her arrival in Seattle. Since 1977 she has resided, voluntarily, ... read more
    Source: T ChingPublished on February 12, 2018 7:00 am
  • It’s not What it Seems: Yunnan Sourcing Purple Beauty Green Tea
    When you look at the picture above you see quite black tea leaves, right? And you’re hundred percent sure that it can’t be a green tea. Well.. you’re wrong…  It’s Yunnan Sourcing Purple Beauty Green Tea… I wasn’t planning to review this tea. I just bought it for my everyday green tea drinking and it was quite affordable. Yet it’s unexpectedly so good and unique. I couldn’t help myself posting this review. It’s grown in ... read more
    Source: ChapediaPublished on February 11, 2018 11:15 am

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