Tag Archives: Taiwan

Weather in Wisconsin

The Eclectic Market was good, though a little slow.  The weather is most likely the reason because there were a lot of really great vendors and it was snowing. I still did decently.  Sunday when I did not have any event the weather was nice.  Monday evening when I had my class, we had an ice storm, so I had to cancel my class.  Welcome to Wisconsin and winter here.  Ok, it is not as bad as the picture I used.

Hopefully, soon I can have some time to make some more blends. I have a couple ideas but want to see how they turn out before saying what they are.  I enjoy preparing my classes and getting ready for vendor events, but haven’t done any blending in a while and kinda want to do some of that.  Hopefully soon.

I should also take care of a shipment I received from Taiwan.  Some really nice oolongs.

Winter Wonderland on Monday

I am glad I did not have to drive Monday.  Not sure how the roads were, but it did look pretty out the window.  It was a little perpetual snowfall throughout the day like a snow globe.  Monday was the perfect day to cozy up with a cup of tea and a blanket.

Have a few more events happening.  I am doing a tea tasting series at Amery Ale Works.  The first one is called Japanese Tea Tasting and will be 

I will also be teaching two Tea 101 classes, Tea Health class, and Different Tea Cultures class at 9th Street Wellness Center in Green Bay.  It is not until February so check back with the 9th Street Wellness Center events page for my classes.

tea flower

Friday the 12th is National Hot Tea Day

January is Hot Tea Month and tomorrow is National Hot Tea Day so celebrate with a cup of hot tea.  Not sure why I am having a writer’s block, but I have been lately.  Hopefully, it will be cured soon. Been sneezing a lot lately.

Wuyi Oolong from the Wuyi mountains in China.  It is said that oolong tea was first produced near the Wuyi Mountains in the Fujian province. Most people think of Taiwan when they think of oolongs, but China is where it started and is still produced.