13 Tea Blogs Every Tea Lover Should Follow

The tea world is so vast and exciting, no matter how much we learn – there is always more to discover. That’s why we at teapro love following tea bloggers! All of them have their own unique angle, skills and attitude towards tea, focusing on a variety of tea topics from tea reviews, education to exciting recipes!

So without further due, I’d like to introduce you our 13 most favourite tea bloggers!

1. The Tea Cup of Life

Blogger: Meet Lu Ann, a self-proclaimed “teaaholic”, who has discovered her passion for good tea in her tender childhood days. Having started her blog in 2011 Lu Ann managed to bag the Finalist title for the prestigious World Tea Award three times!

Topics: The Tea Cup of Life covers a variety of topics, ranging from tea reviews, general musings as well as tea education. She has also released a super cute book called “Tea-spiration” – a perfect light read to enjoy alongside your cuppa.

In her own words: “Like life, I believe that tea is what you make it and The Cup of Life’s main goal is to help readers enjoy tea in more than one way. It’s not just for drinking! It is my joy to teach and share everything I know about the Leaf with you.”

2. Teacachai

Blogger: Meet Daniela, a professional tea sommelier and the founder of Teacachai. The name for her blog took inspiration from the word “cachai” meaning “got it?” in Chilean slang.

Topics: Teacachai is very multifaceted blog with lots of in-depth education on tea. Our most favourite section though are the amazing tea infused recipes! Just check out this gorgeous rose latte! Yumm…

In her own words: “I am Chilean, married to a Brazilian, we have a Canadian son, an American daughter and we currently live in Chicago.” – can’t get more international than that!

3. Tea Thoughts

Blogger: Tea thoughts was founded by Nazanin, whose love for tea began in her childhood with “Noon panir and chayee shirin” – Persian bread and cheese with sweet tea.

Topics & Shop: Nazanin first caught our attention on Instagram, displaying her beautiful tea pins! Since then she expanded her tea shop to include pottery, apparel as well as home decor items!

In her own words:  “While I liked my job, I didn’t have the artistic creation that I so badly needed. So I decided that I would start a blog where I reviewed different teas. Then, I was gifted a tea book where I started to read about the history of tea, how it’s brewed, the cultivars etc! [..] Soon after I tried pu’er for the first time. The rest is history!!!”

4. Mel Had Tea

Blogger: Mel describes herself as a globe-trotting tea sommelier from Canada. Our favourite quote from her blog is: “Who needs to speak the same language when you can share a cup of tea?”

Topics: Mel’s blog is a picturesque combination of travels and tea. Her gorgeous photos will most certainly not only inspire you to try new teas, but also to pack your things and go explore the world without delay!

In her own words: “Travelling through many countries not my own, sharing lots of tea, and meeting people along the way, has shown me the world isn’t as scary as the news might have you think. Instead, travel can foster cross-cultural friendships that I genuinely believe make the world a better place.”

5. My Japanese Green Tea

Blogger: Meet Ricardo, the first Colombian to obtain the certification of Japanese Tea Advisor by the Nihoncha Instructor Association. Ever since his first visit to Japan, Ricardo has fallen in love with Japanese Green tea and is enticing you to do the same.

Topics: Rarely (and we really mean it) will you find such a vast amount of in-depth, well researched information on any type of Japanese green tea!

In his own words: Ricardo’s mission (and we totally approve) is make sure “that one day words like sencha and matcha will be as common as espresso and cappuccino. […] There is a tea renaissance happening outside Asia, each day new tea enthusiasts join the cause.”

6. Tea For Me Please

Blogger: Nicole Wilson, aka “Resident Tea Nerd” has been writing about her love for tea for over 10 years and is a proud winner of the 2018 World Tea Award for Best Tea Blog.

Topics: Nicole covers a variety of topics, ranging from tea education, tea books, best places to have tea, as well as cool teaware and tea gadgets. Our favourite sections though are probably her in depth guides on Matcha and Pu Erh.

In her own words: “I love tea…a lot! I’ve been sharing my love for the leaf on this blog since 2008. Since then tea has connected me with people around the world and opened more doors than I could have ever imagined.”

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7. Oh, How Civilized

Blogger: Jee is a tea lover and a certified tea sommelier from New York with a big passion for afternoon tea, tea and food pairings and other tea related things.

Topics: Needless to say, Afternoon tea is a big topic on Jee’s blog! She’s even put together a complete checklist of every single Afternoon Tea place in New York City! Next time we’re in New York, we’ll definitely know where to look. Besides Afternoon Tea, her blog boasts with an impressive number of incredibly appetising tea recipes.

In her own words: “Through drinking a crapload of tea, I became a bit of a tea snob. I’m big on learning the basics through foundation courses so once I knew I wanted to learn more about tea, I became a student at ITEI, a tea school in Canada where I got certified as a Tea Sommelier.

8. Tea Happiness

Blogger: Meet Sara, a Brooklyn tea lover and a certified Tea Sommelier. Even though Sara is enjoying a successful career in the tea industry, she humbly says that she will forever be a student of the leaf –  the journey of tea lasts a lifetime. How true!

Topics: Apart from tea reviews, Sara also focuses on tea culture and it’s (long and complex) history. We’re also big fans of her Tea Industry Interviews *wink*.

In her own words: “I love the flavors, culture, emotions & history behind tea. I use my palate to write about tea for various websites, and even judged the International Chocolate Awards. ”

9. Kimberley's Kyusu

Blogger: The girl behind this soul-warming blog is called Kimberly and her love for tea is definitely not a secret! Outside her blog Kimberly is a crafter, a baker, a crocheter and a huge fan of almost everything 1950’s (which is very well reflected in her gorgeous logo).

Topics: Kimberly’s focus lies entirely on reviews of (mostly) Japanese teas. Needless to say, her blog has the biggest selection of really well structured in depth tea reviews! Want to try a new tea, but not sure if you’ll like it? Well, chances are you’ll find a review on her blog!

In her own words: “I started this blog because I wanted a creative outlet that I could use to channel my love for tea. I also knew I wasn’t alone in my love of tea and I thought that starting a blog all about it would be a great way to get to connect with fellow tea lovers, and to further develop my knowledge of everything the tea world has to offer.”

10. Thirsty For Tea

Blogger: Meet Bonnie, a passionate cook and tea enthusiast. The title of her blog sure does make us very thirsty for tea (even more than usual).

Topics: Bonnie’s blog is incredibly well structured and her tea infused recipes look absolutely mouth-watering. She also writes reviews on teas and tea places. However, our most favourite part of her blog is the “Crafts” section. Just look at these cute Christmas tree “cup of tea” ornaments!

In her own words: “I started Thirsty for Tea as a way for me to connect with others who love tea as much as I do, and to broaden the idea of what tea time means.”

11. Tea in Spoons

Blogger: Connie started her blog back in 2015 as a result of her “small obsession” with loose leaf tea. (Connie, we feel you! We’re #looseleaflovers all the way!) She started the blog initially more as a tea tasting journal, where she could keep track of all the teas she’s tried. However, as her tea collection grew, so did her blog!

Topics: On Connie’s blog you’ll be able to find reviews of teas, tea shops, tea books and tea events. She even came up with her own rating scale, which makes her reviews as transparent as possible.

In her own words: “The goal and intention of this blog will always be about providing my honest opinions and thoughts.”

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12. The Tea Squirrel

Blogger: The tea squirrel goes by the name of Anna. Whether you want to have a new exciting sensory experience, want to explore the vast world of tea and its cultures or just want to relax, The Tea Squirrel got you covered!

Topics: The blog is a healthy mixture of tea reviews, tea and food pairings, tea experiences around the world as well as general tea thoughts and musings. Plus, she features some very delicious looking tea-infused recipes! (We’re feeling rather hungry after seeing all those dishes!)

In her own words: “I’m dedicated to transforming tea into a captivating experience.” (And she’s doing it really well!)

13. Pardesi Trotter

Blogger: Meet Sherin, a tea enthusiast from U.A.E with a love for storytelling. Sherin has a very personal relationship with tea.  Her grandfather worked in various tea estates in Kerala and she would often spent time at the tea plantations when she came to visit him.

Topics: Beyond tea reviews and tea recipes, Sherin also focuses heavily on “tea fables” and tea culture allowing us to understand the tea rituals, stories and cultures.

In her own words: “Through the Pardesi Trotter, I wish to essay stories of the beauty and mystery of the steeped tea leaves that have travelled through those picturesque tea hills to my teacup.”

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38 Comments
  • Connie
    Posted at 02:40h, 16 October Reply

    Thank you for including me on this list with all these amazing tea bloggers! I appreciate it!

  • Ricardo
    Posted at 18:03h, 16 October Reply

    Thank you for including my tea blog : )

  • Sherin George
    Posted at 18:29h, 16 October Reply

    So honored to be featured among some fantastic tea blogs. Thank you so much! 🙂

  • Lu Ann @ The Cup of Life
    Posted at 21:51h, 16 October Reply

    I am so honoured to be on this list! Thanks so much for the kind words 🙂

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    Thank you for compiling this list of tea bloggers!

    I found that most of the info regarding tea is coming from large “content mills”, that put out content for the sake of driving traffic to their blogs. It’s no surprise that their content is usually very formulaic, poorly researched, and repetitive. Google is full of those.

    As a blogger and tea shop owner myself, I appreciate the freshness that most tea bloggers bring to the world of tea. My hope is that in time, more people will be motivated to replace their super market tea bags with high-quality loose-leaf tea. Imagine how much more exciting it would be!

    I’ve discovered some new people to follow from this article, so thank you for that!

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    In India, you won’t find a single person who doesn’t drink some type of ‘chai.’ It is the most popular drink in the country. Every year, Indians consume about 837,000 tonnes of chai. This ritual of drinking chai in India transcends all boundaries, and you’ll notice the roadside of this diverse country filled with chai wallahs selling this drink mixed with various spices, milk, and sugar. So, what is with India’s fascination with chai? Here’s everything you need to know about chai culture in India

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    In India, chai is a tasty and famous treat. This spicy tea is brewed slowly so that it seeps out and spills into the hot water. After that, it’s sugared and milked and served hot in a small glass. In India, many people drink chai up to 3 times a day. Chai isn’t just limited to Indians but is popular with foreigners too. It’s common to see tea stall vendors selling warm glasses of chai from the first break of sunrise to late night in India. Despite its immense popularity, it’s also very affordable. A glass of warm chai can cost as little as 10 Indian rupees, making it the most popular drink in India and the most accessible.

    The Origins
    The word chai, which means tea, is partly derived from the Chinese word ‘cha.’ It first came into existence about 5000 years back as an ayurvedic beverage to energize and even heal those who consumed it. It was combined with various ingredients such as cinnamon, ginger, cardamon, and many more to encourage circulation and aid indigestion. However, in 1835, Black tea started to gain popularity in India due to the British plantations. During the 1960s, black tea became cheaper, and it was combined with sugar, milk, and spices to make what is known today as ‘masala chai.’ Assam and Darjeeling are the most popular black tea bases, but in Southern India, green tea is also commonly used as a chai base.

    Is Chai Good for You?
    Chai tea has numerous benefits for your health. Some studies show that this fragrant and spicy drink can help with weight loss, aid digestion, lower blood sugar levels, and boost your heart health. However, keep in mind that these benefits from chai that are backed by science are typically linked to the ingredients used and not the chai itself. However, don’t shy away from drinking warm glasses of chai every time you feel like it. You have nothing to lose. One of the most popular ingredients in India that’s used to make chai is ginger. This spice has numerous benefits and is popularly used in India to combat a sore throat or keep the body warm during winter. For hundreds of years, this spicy root has been used in India along with milk-based beverages. During the 19th and 20th centuries, when the British popularized tea, combining ginger and tea was natural.

    Conclusion
    In a country as big and diverse as India, chai is something that everyone loves. If you haven’t tried already, make sure you drink a warm glass of chai at least once in your life. It’s a drink you won’t be able to resist.

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