At the Tea Table with Andrea Reese of Tea Box Express

At The Tea Table with Andrea Reese of Tea Box Express

March 25, 2017 in At the Tea Table

How often do you throw yourself a tea party? It’s now easier than ever thanks to a subscription service that essentially mails you a tea party in a box. Andrea Reese is not only a fellow tea lover but also the founder of Tea Box Express, one of the tea related subscription boxes I recommend. Each month Andrea selects whole leaf teas along with other tea related goodies for subscribers to enjoy during their tea time. I actually curated April’s box which includes 1 tea, 4 special items to go with it and a little something extra (order the April box here until supplies last). After putting together a great box for next month, Andrea and I gathered at the tea table and chatted about how her love for tea made her start a business, what her ideal tea party looks like, and other fun topics. Read more…

Blooming Tea

Floral Teas to Celebrate the Arrival of Spring

March 21, 2017 in Learn / Tea Thoughts

I’ll let you in on a little secret. I’m not a fan of flowers. While you may find some greenery in my house, anything floral is usually fake. Don’t get me wrong though, I do think certain flowers are very pretty. I just prefer fake ones over real ones because when I find flowers that I like, well, I want them to last forever. However, my relationship with floral teas is entirely different. As it is officially spring time, flowers are on my mind and in my tea cups. Read more…

best tea prints

The Best Tea Prints to Dress Up Your Walls

March 16, 2017 in Tea Favourites / Tea Thoughts

In my book I talk about creating a space somewhere just for you and your tea. I have a room in my house that is devoted to all things tea and when I finally organized my tea stash decorating was the next step. I created some of my own graphics to frame and add to my white walls but I also bookmarked a few tea related prints online that immediately caught my attention. These are some of the best tea prints I came across and if you’re looking for something to spruce up where you store or enjoy your tea maybe one of these will make a lovely addition to your own tea space. Read more…

High Mountain Tea

A Taste of Taiwan with High Mountain Tea

March 9, 2017 in Black Tea / Oolong Tea / Tea Review

A new tea space opened in Kensington Market, Toronto beginning of February this year. High Mountain Tea began as an online tea company and grew to a retail location because owner, Conor Murphy, wanted the opportunity to connect with fellow tea drinkers, share his knowledge and steeps in person. After a visit to Taiwan and his tea experiences there, he started sharing his passion for the beverage with those around him. The name for the new tea company originates from Conor’s love for Taiwan’s beautiful mountains. Read more…

march blog round up

This Month in Tea // February Blog Round Up

March 1, 2017 in Monthly Round Up

Raise your teacup if you forgot March started today! It doesn’t fail, every year February seems to throw me off course. I started this new month with a dian hong because even though it’s been spring like temperatures lately, winter is creeping back and I crave a great black tea. I ended today’s tea sips with Bombay Chai from Tea People and a few pages from The Book of Hygge. Aside from reading a bunch of books last month, some posts from fellow bloggers caught my attention. This February blog round up features a new tea place in Ontario, Canada, information on yellow tea, tea related crafts and much more. Happy reading! Read more…

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