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Tasting Sessions – Masters Tea’s – Jin Kong Que

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

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Hojicha Powder | A Great Low Caffeine Matcha Alternative

Happy Matcha Monday Everyone! You all know that I love Matcha and that I love to prepare it traditionally as often as I can, but I can sadly only have one bowl a day because more than that and it will react too harshly with the medication I am on for my chronic migraines. So… Continue reading Hojicha Powder | A Great Low Caffeine Matcha Alternative

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

I can't believe we are at this point in the year already it really seems like this year has gone by in the blink of an eye compared to 2020, before we know it Christmas will be here and we'll be making our way into 2022 but until then there are many more Fridays which… Continue reading Insights Into The Japanese Tea Industry – Postcard Tea Q&A

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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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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