Thai Chai – Asian Fusion Meets Tea

It’s been a busy time for me recently, that’s what I’m using as my excuse for a lack of blog posts anyway.  I’ve got a new job (starting on Friday), been fervently house hunting with Gabby, and generally just being highly disorganised.  As good as it is to be busy though, sometimes you just have…

Supreme Earl Grey – A Beloved British Brew

Writing a tea blog gives me lots of opportunities to try teas that are completely new to me and boy are there a lot of them!  Embracing tea in the true British style though, I do find that sometimes a good, comforting cup of black tea is impossible to beat.  Even with all the incredible…

Black Lemon Berry – Tea from Down Under

It’s been a few days since my last post but I haven’t been slacking, I’ve been away since Friday on a mini break with a couple of friends.  We always try to get away a couple of times a year and this trip we headed down to the Gower in South Wales hoping for some…

Monkey Tea, Monkey Do

Alright, I’ll admit it, I might have decided to try this tea because of its cool name.  When you see something called White Monkey though, how could you resist? I came across this tea whilst cruising through Adagio Teas‘ varieties online (my kind of internet shopping) and seeing as it met my criteria of being…

Darjeeling Spring Tip – The Masters Collection

In my last installment of my tea blog, I wrote about how sometimes it’s not about what tea you’re drinking but about the purpose it serves.  This however is not one of those times.  Tonight I was in the mood for something new and special to broaden my tea knowledge and enlighten my taste buds. …

The Power of Tea – A Surfer’s Tale

I have a great time trying all kinds of different teas and blends from across the world, finding new varieties that are unlike anything I’ve tried before and sampling some creative combinations that someone has put a lot of time dreaming up.  This edition of the tea blog will not be about a specific tea…