If there's one thing we all know well enough by now it's that Japan does green teas perfectly. They have their methods and productions perfected and they have every right to be well know because of their many incredible varieties of green tea. But as we have discussed previously, they also have a long history… Continue reading Tasting Sessions – Trying an aged Japanese oolong for the first time ever!
It's been a long time since I've done a tea review here on my blog hasn't it? Truth be told I did them for so long that it took the joy out of it and ever time I went to write one I dreaded it. It felt like I had to review everything I drank… Continue reading Tasting Sessions – Masters Tea’s – Jin Kong Que
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
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
Hey Everyone! Today I'm going to be starting a new series all about Japanese teaware. With each post I'll be picking a specific piece of teaware to talk about and discuss, and then at the end of the post I'll suggest a few teas that I think would be at that best when prepared with… Continue reading Japanese Teaware – What Is A Houhin?