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The Lazy Literatus
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Beverage Blogger, Freelance Writer, Tea Totaler, Amateur People Watcher.
Beverage Blogger, Freelance Writer, Tea Totaler, Amateur People Watcher.

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New steep story about tea grown in Peru!

http://steepstories.com/tea-grown-peru/

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New(ish) steep story! Today? A bit of a controversial thought experiment on tea categories.

http://steepstories.com/rethinking-tea-categories/

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New steep story! This week . . . a truly unique experience: sipping a semi-wild Darjeelng. (Thanks to +Lochan Tea Limited.)

http://steepstories.com/a-wild-darjeeling/

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New steep story. Today? Three Japanese green teas, made in different styles, from one farmer in Kumamoto. (Via +Mellow Monk.) Lots of references to bears. Lots.

http://steepstories.com/kazuo-kit-sencha-land-bears/

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New steep story! Today, I explore an Assamese tribal tea (via +The Tea Leaf Theory) called Singpho Phalap. http://steepstories.com/singpho-phalap/

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Finally! A new steep story! This week? I explore a couple of heicha (dark tea) offerings from +QuantiTea . . . and feel reaaaaally good doing it.

http://steepstories.com/heicha-happy-hour/

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New steep story! Today, the tale of how I met author and "World of Tea" blog purveyor, +Tony Gebely . . . and about putting his tea book to the test.

http://steepstories.com/putting-tea-users-guide-good-use/

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At long last, a new steep story! This week? I explore a mysterious "tea" tree from Taiwan. In true fashion, I had to frame it as a mystery. Enjoy!

http://steepstories.com/wild-mountain-tea-mystery/

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New steep story! Today? Three teas from a single farmer in the country of Georgia. All directly sourced by Tea in the City. I did the entire flight in one day.

http://steepstories.com/single-origin-georgian-tea-flight/

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New steep story! Today? Exploring the burgeoning "underground tea scene" . . . with Rabbit's Moon Tea Arts as a guide. And a night at a "tea speakeasy". That's a thing, now.

http://steepstories.com/notes-tea-underground/
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