Last week I took an awesome class through Laneway Learning called The Art of Tea Brewing, Flag & Spearhosted by the lovely Cheryl from . And it got me thinking that a big reason more people probably don’t enjoy tea is because they haven’t had it made properly. There’s actually a bit more to it than pouring … Continue reading How to brew different types of tea
When one spends 4 months travelling the world with the majority of that time spent in beautiful (but freezing cold) winter cities, one must drink a hell of a lot of tea to keep warm! While it might not be hard to find somewhere to get yourself a cup of tea (or coffee, for that … Continue reading Around The World In 15 Tea Shops
ALONE. Separated from others. Exclusive of anyone or anything else. Having no one else present. On one’s own. Indicating that something is confirmed to the specified subject or recipient. Every two or three months, I book a night or two of accommodation for one person in Warburton. Yes, I have a husband, a best friend, a … Continue reading Women, spend time with yourselves (instead of the “travel alone” thing)
Melbourne Tea Festival 2017 http://www.melbourneteafestival.com.au/ I couldn’t have been more excited last year when one of my best friends told me Melbourne had a tea festival; this year, I didn’t need any prompting. Off we went to Tea Palooza; we being myself (the avid tea drinker) and my husband (the food truck fanatic). He heard … Continue reading Melbourne Tea Festival 2017: all of the tea you should be drinking!
Trà Viêt Tea http://www.traviet.com/en/ I’m usually pretty consistent with my Monday morning blog posts, so big apologies for missing yesterday – unfortunately, being knocked out with a migraine most of Sunday wasn’t real conductive to blogging time! It did make for a good excuse to rest and drink tea, though, so I thought that’s what … Continue reading Tea time: Trà Viêt Tea, Vietnam