Flora Teas

Flora Teas (short term for Flowering teas) is a brand of tea from London UK. Before I opened the box, I thought Flora Teas is just loose tea with flowers. I was wrong, but I got excited when I found out that Flora Tea actually is a blooming tea because brewing it is a feast... Continue Reading →

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Anniversary Tea

Today's tea is Harrods' Anniversary. I bought a canister of this tea at Heathrow before my flight back to Bergen earlier this year. London is a big city and a long weekend is not enough to fully explore the city. As I've said in my London post, I travelled with a friend. I had to... Continue Reading →

Photo Challenge: A Good Match

You cannot absolutely go wrong with tea, bread and jam for a light supper. A little bit of decoration can also make your afternoon tea into a cosy experience.     *This is my take on The Daily Post photo challenge, A Good Match.

Houjicha

Houjicha is a Japanese roasted green tea. According to Wikipedia, houjicha is roasted in a porcelain pot over charcoal. So that explains the reddish color and the smoked scent of this tea. Before my Japanese friend head back to Japan, I ordered another bunch of Japanese snacks and teas. I got one pack of sencha,... Continue Reading →

Genmaicha

Another tea has been added to my collection. Genmaicha is a Japanese green tea with roasted brown rice. This type of tea is also known as the popcorn tea because you can hear a popping sound during the steep. I've been ordering this type of tea from my Japanese friend every time she travels to... Continue Reading →

Spearmint Green Tea

Last week I went to an interview for one of the companies that I have applied for. The deal was to meet the interviewer at a restaurant at 6:15 pm but then suddenly she sent me a message that she would be an hour late. I said it is alright I can wait. I was... Continue Reading →

Rooibos Tea

Redbush tea or rooibos tea is a good alternative to green tea because it is caffeine free and its benefits are similar to green tea. Rooibos tea comes from South Africa, from a rooibos bush. It is no way a relative of green tea, since green tea is made from Camelia Sinensis plant. A week... Continue Reading →

A Discovery

The other day I made a discovery while I was checking out our pantry. Because I am petite (I only stand 5'2.), I cannot reach nor see what is on the top shelf of our pantry so I got me a chair to help me. I found some paper plates, paper cups, a pack of... Continue Reading →

Letter T(ea)

Drinking tea is a part of my lifestyle and my diet. In fact, I drink at least a pot of tea everyday. My favorite tea is Sencha (green tea from Japan) followed by Genmaicha (green tea with roasted rice) and then Oolong tea¬† (from China). I love teas because of its health benefits and because... Continue Reading →

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