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  • The Tea Review Blog
    Reviews by a variety of tea experts
  • Twinings
    The tea blog of Twinings brand tea
  • Teapot Diversions
    A wide variety of topics, including an article about robots learning the Japanese Tea Ceremony. Definitely worth checking out!
  • palatabiliTEA
    If you're looking for in-depth reviews written poetically and with a sense of humor, this is the blog for you.
  • Tea. Uncomplicated.
    The author covers a variety of topics and includes the occasional video.
  • Adventures in Tea and Wine
    This blog is really great if you're looking for reviews of specific teas, with a very professional taster's style
  • Steph's Cup of Tea
    Apparently I'm not the only Stephanie tea drinker and blogger out there! She has a great blog that's also very popular, with a range of tea topics.
  • Health Benefits of Tea
    This site outlines some of the health benefits of tea, and which kinds are best.
  • UK Tea Council
    This is the website of the UK Tea Council, and no one loves tea more than the Brits!
  • Republic of Tea
    A great source for both loose leaf and bagged tea in airtight tins. My favorite product is their tea jam, available in several flavors.


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February 28, 2007



Congratulations on being selected as a typepad site to mention! This is how I found my way here.

I'd love to share a tea party story. My grade school girlfriends and I decided that when we were ready to leave the 6th grade...which back in the old days was the last year of grade school...we would have a tea party. Our thinking that this would be the last 'little girl' party before going into the 'oh so grownup' Jr High School world.

We all wore our best, fancy dress up clothes (mothers and grandmothers fancy dresses, hats and shoes) and had a tea party with a lovely sterling silver tea set and all the accoutrements.

Wonderful memory, thanks for bringing it back!

Stephanie Hanson

I'm glad you found your way over. Thanks for sharing your story. I love that you dressed up in grownup clothes!

Lahle Wolfe

Aside from all that I am learning about tea from your blog (I am especially interested in the health benefits) I loved reading about the human social side of tea. Your tea party story was a great ditty to wake this morning (sorry, with my usual cup of ... shhh ... coffee).

Perhaps this is an estrogen-driven rite of passage because I too, remember my own childhood tea parties. The first invitees were not siblings but my beloved stuff animal collections and one doll named Tony after my uncle. All in attendance dressed for the occassion, of course.

If tea helps bring us to a place of comfort and calm, know that reading your latest blog story does, too!

What a great site.

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