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Joy's Jabberings — Sencha

We Go Together Like Tea and Cheese?

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I love tea. I love cheese. If I were to make a list of all of the things I love, behind family and electricity would be tea and cheese.

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Chocolate + Tea = Pure Bliss

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Tea and Chocolate are two of my favorite food groups. Not a day goes by that I don't partake of at least one, and usually both, before noon.

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Martha Stewart or Clark Griswold?

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[caption id="attachment_854" align="alignleft" width="275" caption="Obviously the Griswold's don't live here!"][/caption] Quiz: What Your Holiday Decorations Say About Your Tea Drinking Style by Sarah the Tea Mistress Answer these questions to find out what kind of tea to drink based on how you decorate for the holidays.  The questions and their results have been heavily researched by The New England Journal of That Lady you Just Met and Scientific Proof Magazine. Enjoy! 1. It is time to put up a tree, you: a. Gather up the family and head to the tree lot to find the perfect pine, maybe even to...

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Japanese Teas-To Steep or Not to Steep?

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One of the hottest topics covered was the safety of green teas from Japan and how we, as a tea community, can support the tea farmers in that region and provide education to our customers and fellow sippers. Below are my notes from the 1 hour panel discussion that took place.

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