Let’s recap–or should we say, tea-cap?–from where we last left off with JalamTeas:
It’s easy to imagine the Zhi Ye as the jungle overlooking San Mai’s tropical beach. And as it so happens, it would be the same jungle that nourished our Meng Song as a tiger cub, impar-tea-ng its strength, pride and feroci-tea.
As we recall from the first review, JalamTeas is about telling, not selling, and this tea slides right in to our ongoing narra-tea-ve.
Now, we’ve got a whole different animal here: a Shou, a “cooked” or “fermen-tea-d” Pu-Erh, as opposed to the raw Shengs that have so far graced our cups.
Thus, what beast has JalamTeas cooked up for us today? Continue reading
How To Make Your Own #Communitea-bags
Promote #Communitea in your own communi-tea!
All you need is:
Mini ziplock bags
Steep 1. De-tag the teabags. If they already don’t have tags, great! If you have to do it manually, be careful of leaf-’splosions.
Steep 2. Tea break.
Steep 3. #Tag your tags. Get out that Sharpie and #Communitea it up on both sides. Add anything you like; let loose that creativi-tea!
Steep 4. Tea break.
Steep 5. Staple the #tag to the teabag. Make sure that the knot is securely behind the staple!
Steep 6. Tea break.
Steep 7. Tuck the #Communitea-bag into the ziplock baggie. Ain’t it adorable?
Steep 8. Repeat as necessary for the rest of the teabags.
Steep 9. Tea break.
Steep 10. Keep them on hand, and as you go about your day, give one out to someone who likes tea. Let them know what it stands for.
Steep 11. Repeat when you meet someone else who likes tea. When you run out of #Communitea-bags, have another cup of tea–and some gra-tea-tude from all of us behind #Communitea.
Now, before we sign off for the day, a video thank you to all our donors to the Kickstarter campaign so far!
Sip-lings in New York Ci-tea, keep an eye out on the streets for the Communi-tea hashtag–
–or even the Communi-tea hash-teabag.
To everyone who has dona-tea-d to the Kickstarter campaign so far, I offer a hear-tea thanks.
If you’re new to this Snoo-tea little blog, then check out the video right here:
With liber-tea and jus-tea-ce for all.
How to cup-fess to being poly?
To being a poly. Continue reading
Ci-tea-zens of New York, you’re in luck!
Recalling our two incredible sip-’speriences from Ippodo Tea, this month you can sip-’sperience them for yourself at a series of tea-vents all throughout April.
From their website:
This April, the legendary Japan-based Ippodo Tea Company is celebrating the one-year anniversary of its New York store – the company’s first and only international location to date – with a series of tea workshops as well as lunches and dinners.
The tea workshops are:
1. Friday April 11th: 3:15pm to 4:30pm (English)
2. Saturday April 12th: 3:15pm to 4:30pm (English) fully booked
3. Sunday April 13th: 11:00am to 12:15pm (Japanese)
And the lunches/dinners (held in Kokage downstairs from Kajitsu, with tea pairings) are:
Saturday April 12th: 12:15pm to 2:15pm
1) Friday April 11th: 6:30pm to 9:00pm
2) Saturday April 12th: 6:30pm to 9:00pm
If you’re in town, you can’t miss out on this opportuni-tea.
Time to wipe the last of Sunday’s holy hangover from your eyeballs, and fill ‘em instead with the Snooty Tea Blog’s top inspirational posts.
They’ll put a spring in your step, guaran-tea-d. Continue reading
It’s been a while since we last took a book break. With spring in the air, there’s no better time to escape the four walls of your cubicle and park your butt outside for some vitamin D–vitamin Darjeeling, that is.
While you’re out there, grab one of these tea-ngentially tea-related tomes:
For over a year now, the Snooty Tea Blog has brought you answers, anecdotes, and an-tea-oxidants.
(And puns, but that goes without saying. Besides, it would have ruined the alli-tea-ration.)
My dear sip-lings, we’re now taking it to the big screen.
Presen-tea-ng: “Communi-tea: A Documen-tea-ry.“