Wednesday, August 23, 2006

Tea Blog Roundup 10

Here's a newcomer to the roundup. Imen, at Tea Obsession, who reports on a tea made from the flowers of the tea tree. Which is almost as odd as kootee, or tea made from the leaves of the coffee tree.

This time around Phyll, at Adventures in Tea Cups & Wine Glasses, gives his thoughts on a 2006 Dong Ding Oolong, from Feng Huang Village, in Taiwan.

If you're looking for a site that's geared more to "serious" tea enthusiasts, you might want to try Cha Dao, which we've mentioned before. They've got a total of 17 contributors listed. This time around Mike Petro turns in a piece on identifying puerh.

Who's the real tea guy? I think there's room for more than one. Anyway, the other Tea Guy, the one at Paper Street Teas, writes about how he "pretty much stopped drinking tea altogether" (gasp!) and also asks, What type of tea drinker are you?

From the fine folks at Seven Cups, comes a clarification about the New York Times slideshow piece we mentioned the other day - the topic was Hangzhou teahouses.

We close, as always, with a silly teapot photo...and another.

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