Over the year’s I’ve struggled with convincing people I actually have as much tea on-hand as I actually do. It’s amazing how quickly the number of teas in my pantry has grown over time.
I’ve also received an incredible number of requests to know what I have on-hand. Either for trades or just because.
So, I’ve worked up a handy database of all the teas I have on-hand, plus those which I’ve officially reviewed here on the blog. Using Tea-Guy’s Tea Pantry, you’ll be able to search all my teas and filter them by name, brand or score (flavor, aroma or body).
The database will never be complete. As I receive new samples, they’ll be added. I haven’t even completed adding all my teas just yet as many are currently packed up at another location. However, at the time of this writing, there are 387 teas I have yet to review, and 558 teas in total entered into the database.
Let me know what you think, and if there’s anything more you’d like to see.
4 thoughts on “Introducing Tea-Guy’s Tea Pantry”
Can you share a photo of all those samples?
We are looking for sprawling images of tea boxes / bags / tins
And if you don’t mind sharing such a shot with us, we’d be thrilled to give you credit.
I have updated the post with a photo of my boxes and boxes of tea.
I don’t have a shot at the moment of all the teas laid bare… I might get to that eventually… but it’s over five hundred boxes, pouches, bags and tins.
Recommendations for cream earl grey please
One of my favorites comes from Art of Tea in LA.