An Unintentional Tea Spokesperson

Because of this blog, some journalists have contacted me to provide quotes/information about tea for their articles.

Here’s one article from TimeOut Singapore:

http://www.timeoutsingapore.com/aroundtown/feature/2012-singapores-best-teas

And here’s another from Longitude, an in-house magazine for a marina club (see pg 21 – 23):
http://www.one15marina.com/one15cms/upload/17122012_110608_Longitude%20Jan-Feb%202013%20(1).pdf

I find it rather surreal to be on the other side of the table (usually, I’m the one bugging people to tell me more about tea). Don’t get me wrong however, I’m always happy to share tea trivia and experiences!

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5 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. MoonWynd Studio
    Apr 05, 2013 @ 23:07:57

    That’s excellent, Mel. You are a tea resource. Congratulations! love, mw

    Reply

  2. journette
    Dec 28, 2013 @ 17:57:39

    But of course you’re an expert resource! You’ve done all the courses and you’ve sipped tea all over the place! :)

    Reply

    • mel
      Jan 02, 2014 @ 00:26:42

      @journette: Oh but there’s still so much more that I don’t know about ;)

      Reply

      • journette
        Jan 02, 2014 @ 23:20:10

        Woman. No expert knows EVERYTHING to do with their fields of choice because it’s always evolving and growing, otherwise it’s a dead field. That’s why they keep learning and discussing and arguing and researching, etc. :)

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