Guest Top Ten List
Ann Jobes is the author of SteepedTeablog, sharing fun tea-related information with other tea lovers. In addition to blogging about tea, Ann is also a writer of customer newsletters for direct selling companies and does technical writing describing the SRED (Scientific Research & Experimental Development) activities of various Ontario companies.
Top 10 Tea Enthusiast Blogs
I had to include this blogger, although I've only recently found it, because she is Canadian, too. Her tea blog is a little eclectic, informative and articulate.
Stephanie blogs about her love of tea, the food she prepares and serves with tea, including recipes. She includes great photographs of her tea parties. Her social conscience is always evident in her blogging. From time to time, she shares other things about which she is passionate, often capturing the beauty in the simple things around her.
This blog is not updated very frequently (great for the guy too busy to read!). The site is targeting tea drinkers who are men. With teacasts and podcasts, these 3 ordinary joes show that tea drinking is OK for guys too. No pinkies in the air here. If anything, it makes me think Wayne's World Goes Tea. Kind of funny stuff.
If it's about tea, Bill will probably blog about it - everything from tea videos to press releases to tea reviews. At times, tongue in cheek! You'll also find on his blog the most comprehensive list of tea bloggers compiled under his resources list.
Much of Angela's blogging includes tea product reviews, but she also loves to write about anything tea-related including her ever-growing collection of tea linens, jewelry, recipes and vintage things.
Katrina's tea blog features tea product reviews, tasting notes, interviews with tea entrepreneurs and authors of tea-themed books.
Another tea blogger that I've only recently come across, but I love the conversational tone as she shares new tea tastes, news, recipes. Just fun!
The Voice of Tea blog features anything and everything about tea, and it has a sense of humour.
Denise's blog combines her southern charm with her British roots as she shares tea-related tidbits. From teaware to teahouses to crafts to videos to music, if it's about tea, she writes about it.
Lyndsey writes authoritatively about tea and tea-related products, without coming across as stuffy. She also knows the business of tea and shares tips on how to grow a tea-related business. She travels frequently and loves to share on the tea culture in the places business takes her.