Well I have not been to London nor seen the Queen. And for those of you not familiar with the nursery rhyme then here you are. Pussy Cat Pussy Cat. Still it begs the question, where exactly have I been? To put a long story short I have been down the road of self discovery… Continue reading Pussy Cat, Pussy Cat Where Have You Been? (Featuring Li Shan Oolong review)
With my home town of Leicester being snowed under it’s put many things on hold, including a new blog post. I have had a sample of Big Red Robe (Da Hong Pao) since Christmas time from Canton Tea Club but have not yet tried it. Oolongs vary so widely in taste that I feel I… Continue reading Big Red Robe ( Da Hong Pao) in all it’s glory
A few months back Pekko Teas were having a half price sale so I placed my first order with them, they were kind enough to send me a 12g sample of their Young Pu Erh. From looking at the tea I can tell it’s a Ripe Pu Erh abd as stated it’s young meaning it’s… Continue reading Young Pu Erh – Pekko Teas. Gaiwan style.
More back logging (naughty me) from the Canton Tea Club. What a treat this will be, Tie Guan Yin which translates to Iron Buddha is an Oolong that originates from China. An Oolong is a form of tea that lies somewhere between green tea and black tea, it is lightly oxidised and the leaves are… Continue reading The battle of the Yins – Spring vs Autumn Tie Guan Yin