It wasn’t too long ago that a recommended a couple of online tea shops. The feedback I got from friends have been great so far, so I figured I’d share a couple more here.
A French tea company that aside from selling teas, are more focused on tea education. Their tea blends in cotton tea bags are exquisite- perfect for gifts and the such.
What you should buy: My Tea for the Office box set of an assortment.
Moving onto San Francisco – tea lovers, please don’t leave this city without dropping by Song Tea & Ceramics. The serene ambience is incredibly refreshing. Expect to skip your monthly rent for bags of tea here though.
What you should buy: Familiar with Shan Lin Xi Winter Sprout? It’s the sweetest tea I’ve ever had – tastes like cotton candy.
Let us move on to another small tea shop which offers classic, pure tea. It’s in NYC, hidden in a back of a building along the hallway from the main entrance.
What you should buy: Their puerh is lovely.
This is where I get my most favourite tea at the moment, which is roasted oolong. It’s honestly so good be it iced or hot.
What you should buy: Frozen Summit Reserve’s roasted oolong, my favourite.
Korea trends don’t seem to be limited to entertainment but seems to have cut across teas. Yes, Tea Dealers has a nice selection of Korean tea and tisanes. This is honestly the first time I’ve been fond with Korean tea.
What you should buy: Wild Persimmon, Wild Pear, and their Korean Woojeon green tea.