Category: Art of Tea

The Art of Making Flowering Tea

Editor’s Note: I’m pleased to welcome Brenna Ciummo from Seattle Coffee Gear for a guest post on LeafJoy today. Ah, the enigmatic flowering or “blooming” tea. While the tea has become popular in recent years, […]

Inspirational Morning Tea

Together we can do what we never can do alone Source: Anete on Muzy Tweet

Canton Tea Club: 52 teas a year

The Canton Tea Co has recently announced a really interesting concept – the Canton Tea Club. The concept of the club is about exploring the world. Every week, they send an interesting tea along with […]

Tea and Food: Creative Ways to Cook With Tea

Not sure what to do with that leftover tea in the cupboard? Here are some creative ideas on how to cook with tea that I’m planning to try soon. Tweet

Travel Report: A Journey To India’s Tea Fields

2011 has been a truly spectacular year. After visiting the tea fields in Thailand in March, I recently had the rare privilege of traveling to Munnar, a hill station located in the Indian state of […]

A New Tea Adventure – Pu-erh Tea 101

After reading about pu-erh teas on many wonderful blogs such as The Half-Dipper and MattCha’s Blog, I find myself very curious to learn more about these teas. If you’re not familiar with pu-erh, it’s a […]

Teaware and the Ritual of Tea

I was recently digging through my camera and found this photo from a Thai restaurant in Philadelphia. It got me to thinking… Tweet

Tea for Two at Peet’s Coffee

A few photos from a recent visit to Peet’s Coffee and Tea. Peet’s is one of the few commercial chains out there that offers a wide selection of teas. They also carry a few rare […]

In search of the tea I’ve loved and lost

There have been two teas which I’ve fallen in love with. The first is this Earl Grey loose leaf blend from Teaflection which has quickly situated itself as a well-loved household staple, and second there’s […]

Back on the Tea Blogging Wagon

I’ll admit it, I haven’t blogged in a while. I’ve been happily sipping tea every single day, but the muse hasn’t struck me to lift a finger and start typing in a while. I’ve been […]