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Loose-leaf Links: 27 Feb – 11 March 2016

Loose-leaf Links is a feature where I gather together the interesting bits and pieces I’ve come across and share them with you over tea. These posts have been getting longer, so in an attempt to keep these manageable I’m having a go at running them fortnightly. This month’s tea is Australian Sencha from the Tea Centre. […]

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Loose-leaf Links for February 2016

Loose-leaf Links is a feature where I gather together the interesting bits and pieces I’ve come across in the last month and share them with you over tea. Since the season for iced tea continues, this month’s tea is Apricot and Peach from Adore Tea. It’s one of the few teas I prefer iced over […]

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Loose-leaf Links for January 2016

Loose-leaf Links is a feature where I gather together the interesting bits and pieces I’ve come across in the last month (or two, in this case) and share them with you over tea. This summer has seen some crazy temperature swings from roasting hot to freezing cold. Fortunately, this French Earl Grey from Adore Tea is […]

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Loose-leaf Links for November 2015

Loose-leaf Links is a feature where I gather together the interesting bits and pieces I’ve come across in the last month and share them with you over tea. This month’s tea is a classic English Breakfast, the last of the Whittard’s tins brought back from England as a souvenir for me. A solid flavour without being harsh and […]

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Loose-leaf Links for Diversity

Loose-leaf Links is a feature where I gather together the interesting bits and pieces I’ve come across in the last month and share them with you over tea. Today’s post is a special feature on diversity; I ended up with too much excellent material to fit into October’s post. The tea in the photo is Japanese […]

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Loose-leaf Links for October 2015

  Loose-leaf Links is a feature where I gather together the interesting bits and pieces I’ve come across in the last month and share them with you over tea. This month I’ve been drinking lots of T2’s London Breakfast. It is a lightly smoked tea, perfect for cool mornings. Just a quick note: you’ll notice that […]

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Loose-leaf Links for September

Loose-leaf Links is a feature where I gather together the interesting bits and pieces I’ve come across in the last month and share them with you over tea. This little tin of Afternoon Tea from Whittard comes all the way from England as a souvenir, a companion to the Earl Grey from July. Follow Up Building community takes […]

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Loose-leaf Links for August

Loose-leaf Links is a feature where I gather together the interesting bits and pieces I’ve come across in the last month and share them with you over tea. This month I’ve been drinking quite a bit of T2’s chocolate chai. Follow Up Tying in to Pia Foxhall’s excellent guest post about fandom, Alis Franklin (author […]

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Loose-leaf Links for July

Loose-leaf Links is a feature where I gather together the interesting bits and pieces I’ve come across in the last month and share them with you over tea. Unsurprisingly, Earl Grey is my favourite kind of tea. This little tin of Whittard Earl Grey comes all the way from England as a souvenir. Follow Up […]

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Loose-leaf Links for June

Loose-leaf Links is a feature where I gather together the interesting bits and pieces I’ve come across in the last month and share them with you over tea. Or, in this case, over something vaguely similar to tea. The vanilla rooibos came courtesy of my Monstrositea subscription. Awards News The Gemmell Awards are now open for voting. I […]

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