Time for another roundup. As always, don't forget to check out our lengthy list of tea blogs.
Here at TGS, we've covered a lot of iced tea variations lately, but I don't think we've done Pu-erh Iced Tea. Linda, at Tea Talk, has put together a piece that fills this void.
If you like to drink tea away from home, but you've met with repeated disappointments, you'll probably be able to identify with Why I Travel With A Teapot. Read it at the Tea Views site here.
A Nice Cuppa does coffee and tea, but here are two pieces on the latter. The first, complete with recipe, is about mint tea, Moroccan style. The other is yet another recipe for iced tea.
The people at Culinary Teas started a blog recently. One of their posts is called Wu-long, Wulong or Oolong? If you've wondered about those advertisements for Wulong Fat-Burning Tea or whatever it's called, be sure to give this one a look.
If that's not enough about tea and dubious weight loss claims, see what Mellow Monk has to say on the topic.
The Mandarin's Tea posts tasting notes for two teas - Dadugand Yiwu and Mang Shi Melon, both from 1999 - and comes the conclusion that he/she would not buy either one.
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