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  • Teas Etc Celebrates Nine Years

    I can't believe it, nine years, it seems like yesterday that I began my "tea" journey. I could have never imagined what was ahead when I started Teas Etc. I did not understand how it would enrich my life, the friendships I would gain and how many…
  • World Tea Expo Photos

    Teas Etc booth World Tea Expo, Atlanta June 2007 The show floor, Teas Etc booth is on the right in the 700 aisle. Great lighting Barb! Mr. Liao joined us from Taiwan, white shirt center back. Ankit was in town from India and stopped by for a…
  • 2007 World Tea Expo

    I am sitting here with an incredible cup of Darjeeling White tea, the perfect way to unwind and relax after almost a week of non stop tea! We spent a lot of the last 3 weeks preparing for and finally attending the 2007 World Tea Expo (WTE) in…
  • Chestertown Tea Party

    We had a great time at the 2007 Chestertown Tea Party which takes place every Memorial Day weekend on the banks of the Chester River in 18th century Chestertown Maryland. This fun filled two day event has is a full range of activities like; bike and…
  • The Rest of My Favorites

    My final "favorites" begin with the the Organic Fiji line of skin care products. Delicious aroma is what drew me to the booth and then I experienced the Pineapple Coconut Scrub which I used to exfoliate my hands. I was left with a lush layer of…
  • My Favorites from the All Things Organic - Fancy Food Shows in Chicago

    The organic show was by far my favorite, the energy, the exhibitors, the products there was a great feeling of community. Don't get me wrong the Fancy Food show floor was good, lots of new and existing products, an international section (small but…
  • All Things Organic Show

    I am in Chicago attending the All Things Organic & Fancy Food Shows. We arrived yesterday, I am with my girlfriend Riza, and went directly from the airport to the show and decided we were most interested in the organic portion. It's huge with so…
  • I Wish I Had A Camera!

    My 17 year old son, an avid baseball player, plays for his high school varsity team. What does this have to do with tea? Well when your kids are involved in sports the parents are always called on to volunteer. Our team was hosting a barbecue for an…
  • First Flush Darjeelings Are Here

    In all of my excitement about my trip I failed to blog about a couple of new tea arrivals, some first flush Darjeeling's. While I am still disappointed about having to reschedule, life goes on and I am reminded of this by the exceptional character…
  • No Smooth Landing

    As I waited for my flight in New York I was overcome by a stomach virus that was relentless. Needless to say I did not board my 19 hour flight overseas and here I am sitting at home disappointed that I am not in the mountains of China! I will be…
  • A Long Way to Go

    I am in NYC waiting for my flight, the beginning of my annual trip thru China and Taiwan. I am looking forward to seeing Amy again and can't wait to begin sampling teas and finding new products to bring…
  • 2007 Dragon Well and a trip to Asia

    I am loving the new 2007 Dragon Well! This first grade green tea is straight from the source in Hangzhou and is delicious. As beautiful as it is tasty, this flat leaf tea is bright yellow green in color and has a rounded leaf shape. I am…
  • Spring Teas are Arriving in Shanghai

    Due to unseasonably warm whether in China spring teas are already being harvested, much earlier than usual. Zhuyeqing green tea, from Sichuan Province, and Wenzhou also a green tea, from Zhejiang Province are already being sold in Shanghai. While…
  • It's All About the Boar, aka Pig

    Its All About the Boar a.k.a. Pig This year's celebration is all about the Boar, the twelfth sign in the Chinese lunar calendar.A person born under this sign is courageous and sturdy with a strong "stick to it" attitude, willing to patiently stay on…
  • Chinese New Year Article and Open House

    The Chinese New Year open house was a blast on Sunday with an estimated 150-200 people stopping in to celebrate! The food was good, the tea was excellent but best of all was the company, thanks to all who attended to celebrate with us. For those of…
  • Tea is Mainstream

    This post has been in my head for weeks and while it may be a bit dated I thought it was great news for tea in the US. Tea is definitely gaining popularity and becoming more mainstream which was never more apparent then when I was sort of watching…
  • Shanghai Teahouse Must Change Name

    About a week ago I came across and interesting story on a teahouse in Shanghai, China. The name of the teahouse, roughly translated, is "Frog Keeps a Mistress", which according to a Shanghai newspaper, is brewing up some controversy, pardon the pun.…
  • Ceylon Tea Prices May Rise

    Over the past couple of months the tea idustry in Sri Lanka has been plaugued by striking workers, bad weather and upheaval among tea board officials. The reduction in overall tea production caused by the recent round of bad weather may have the…
  • Flowering Teas are Everywhere

    Last Tuesday, January 9th, I was engaging in mindless relaxation with my husband watching Law & Order SVU, it was a pretty good episode so I made it to the end. I was thrilled when in the final scene both detectives where sitting on a stoop…
  • White Tea One Way to Improve Your Life in 2007

    This past Saturdays green market, the first of 2007, was dry, the only one this season I have attended that it hasn't rained! The unseasonably warm, wet weather has put a damper on this seasons market, for vendors and shoppers alike. But the start…

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