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What is Batabatacha? – A Traditional Japanese Herbal Blend & A Fermented Tea

Not too long ago now I was able to purchase(*) Batabatacha through Yunomi. I took a risk with this blend because I had never tried anything like this before, but I’m always looking to learn more about Japanese tea traditions and to try them out for myself so I wanted to give it a go… Continue reading What is Batabatacha? – A Traditional Japanese Herbal Blend & A Fermented Tea

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Insights Into The Japanese Tea Industry – Senbird Tea Q&A

Hello Everyone! I'm back today with the latest instalment of my newest series here on my blog which is of course titled Insights Into The Japanese Tea Industry. Like I said in the first post for this series last Friday, each week I'm going to be doing a Q&A with either a Japanese tea company,… Continue reading Insights Into The Japanese Tea Industry – Senbird Tea Q&A

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What is GABA tea? – ft Mei Leaf Amber GABA Oolong

Hey Everyone! Glad to be back as always. I hope that you're all enjoying the new direction my content has been going in since the re-brand late august, I've definitely been enjoying writing much more and felt so much more creative, as well as feeling so much prouder of the content I am posting on… Continue reading What is GABA tea? – ft Mei Leaf Amber GABA Oolong

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Insights Into The Japanese Tea Industry – Spilled Tea Q&A

Today here on Kimberley's Kyusu I'm going to be starting another new series. This series, titled "Insight's Into The Japanese Tea Industry" will be based around a Q&A format. Once each week, I'm going to post a new instalment for this series and for each one I'll be interviewing a Japanese Tea company, and hopefully… Continue reading Insights Into The Japanese Tea Industry – Spilled Tea Q&A

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The Schools Of Japanese Tea – Urasenke

Happy Matcha Monday everyone! Today I'm going to be starting a whole new series here on my blog which will be completely centred around the schools of Japanese tea and their origins, practices, concepts and more. They say to write the content you would look for and want to read the most and for years… Continue reading The Schools Of Japanese Tea – Urasenke