SororiTea Sisters

A Sorority of Sisters Who Love Tea

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Burnside Extra Long Wirey Oolong from Red Leaf Tea


Tea Information: Leaf Type:  Oolong Where to Buy:  Red Leaf Tea Tea Description: In the Nilgiri District of Central India, the Blue Mountains are the home of the Burnside Estate Tea Farm. Every January, after the first frost of the year coats the young buds, this estate harvests the pekoe leaves and creates several varieties […]

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ITFA Global Tea Tasters Club, August Shipment, Part 1: Organic Sencha Yabukita Midori


Leaf Type:  Green Produced on the Hito to No, Shizen Wo Tsunagu Kai Farm in Japan Farmer:  Toshiaki Kinesuka For More Information, visit the Tea Farms webpage About ITFA Global Tea Tasters Club: By subscribing to the Global Tea Tasters Club, you will receive tea from ITFA tea farms 6 times per year. Each time, […]

Farm Fresh Huoshan Yellow Bud Tea from Chi of Tea


Tea Information: Leaf Type:  Yellow Where to Buy:  Chi of Tea Product Description: This rare tea was imperial tribute tea in the Tang, Ming and Qing Dynasty. The processing method was said to be lost and only to be re-discovered after the 70s, since then, it has been sent as tribute tea to China National […]

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Farm Fresh Tai Ping Monkey Chief from Chi of Tea


Tea Information: Leaf Type:  Green Where to Buy:  Chi of Tea About Chi of Tea: We specialize in hard to find, high quality, organic, farm fresh loose leaf teas. It is is getting harder and harder to find fresh organic tea in today’s tea market. Tea factories aim for large harvests and quick production for […]

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Our mutual love for tea and writing about it inspired us to start this blog so that we could better share this love with others.

One thing I (Anne) learned very early on in my career as a tea artist is that everyone has different preferences, and every single tea tastes differently on every single palate.  So just because one of us doesn’t happen to like a tea, doesn’t mean that YOU (the reader) will not.

We try to be as impartial as we can.  We do have our favorites.  We are human.  But we do our very best to be as fair and as honest about a tea as we can be.

You might not agree with my assessment – or with Jennifer’s assessment – of a tea.  But that’s OK… if we all liked the same exact tea – we’d only need ONE kind of tea and … wow… that sounds really boring, indeed!

What a beautiful world it is that we have so many teas to suit so many tea enthusiasts!