Boston TeaParty.nu – Boston Harbour Tea

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Today, I have ordered Boston Harbour Tea from Mark T. Wendell.
The tea is produced by Davison Newman & Co.
Mark T Wendell describes the tea as

an exceptional blend of the finest black teas from Sri Lanka and Darjeeling. When brewed, this “tea with a history” has a sweet aroma and a brisk flavor that is sure to please. (marktwendell.com/BostonHarbour.htm)

We will serve the tea at our Boston TeaParty.nu celebration event December 16.

Boston TeaParty.nu – Boston Harbour Tea0Palle Frid Svensson2011-11-10 01:02:02

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Today, I have ordered Boston Harbour Tea from Mark T. Wendell.
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Blogging Schedule

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Do you think it is Darjeeling Puttabong in my cup?

Darjeeling Puttabong?
Darjeeling Puttabong?

Darjeeling Tea Leaves
Darjeeling Tea Leaves

Blogging Schedule0Martin Lindeskog2011-09-18 23:55:48Please listen to my latest podcast on Cinch.fm.

Do you think it is Darjeeling Puttabong in my cup?

Darjeeling Puttabong?

Darjeeling…

Your Own Tea Blend

Have you made your own tea blend? Today I blended tea leaves from Keemun and Java together.

Saturday @TeaPartNu #teaFTW

Saturday @TeaPartNu #teaFTW

Blue Chip Café Blend (Ceylon, Darjeeling, Lapsang Souchong, b... on Twitpic

In 2006, we created a Blue Chip Café blend with Ceylon, Darjeeling, Lapsang Souchong, blue malva, rum and vanilla.

Blue Chip Café tea blend. #tea on Twitpic

Could we find out what kind of tea they drank in Boston in 1773? Do you have suggestion for a TeaParty.nu tea blend?

Your Own Tea Blend0Martin Lindeskog2011-08-14 06:13:47Have you made your own tea blend? Today I blended tea leaves from Keemun and Java together.

Saturday @TeaPartNu #teaFTW

In 2006, we crea…

Friday Flush – Darjeeling Follow Friday – Lisa Boalt Richardson

Today, it’s Friday Flush, this time with the topic Darjeeling Follow Friday.

 

The first tweeter that I want you to meet is Lisa Boalt Richardson (@lisaknowstea) at Lisa Knows Tea.

Lisa Boalt Richardson

Lisa is one of the first 15 in the world to achieve the Certified Tea Specialist title from the Specialty Tea Institute (2008) and has now achieved the level 4 certification. She is also a tea teacher at Emory University and Le Cordon Bleu, a professional speaker,  and a author of the award-winning book ‘Tea with a Twist; Entertaining and Cooking with Tea(2009) and The World in your Teacup: Celebrating Tea Traditions Near and Far’ (2010) .

Unfortunately, I have not read the books yet, but I certainly will order them in the near future.

Today, Lisa wrote the great blog post Darjeeling Tea & First Flush. In the post, she informs us about the Darjeeling district, it’s specific terroir, seasons, and mentions why she loves the Darjeeling tea from the Glenburn Tea Estate so much.

Now, I will go sipping some great Darjeeling tea from Indiska Thé & Kaffe Magasinet in Gothenburg, Sweden.

Friday Flush – Darjeeling Follow Friday – Lisa Boalt Richardson0Palle Frid Svensson2011-07-16 13:45:37Today, it’s Friday Flush, this time with the topic Darjeeling Follow Friday.

by  Daniel Peckham
 

The first tweeter that I want you to …

First Flush Teas

Which are your first flush favorite teas? My five flush favorites are:

 

Royal Flush by mawel, on Flickr
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First Flush Teas0teapartynu2011-06-25 22:30:32Which are your first flush favorite teas? My five flush favorites are:

Asssam
Darjeeling
Keemun
Nilgiri
Yunnan

 

by  mawel