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Tea Blogs

Great tea blogs exist dedicated to educating, entertaining, and inspiring people in their love of tea. In this blog post we rank the top 35 tea blogs according to their monthly traffic.

Each blog is showcased and classified according to additional criteria.

Criteria:
  • Established = website is over three years old
  • New = website was created within the last three years
  • Active = a blog post published this year
  • Inactive = no blog post published this year
Table of Contents:

35. iHeartTeas, Rachel Carter

iHeartTeas produced content offering commentary about tea events for tea enthusiasts looking to stay informed.

For tea enthusiasts who wanted to stay informed about major tea events, iHeartTeas provided a personal play by play of tea events. Because the iHeartTeas provided commentary on several tea events with product reviews, readers felt connected to the tea scene.

Topics Covered:

  • tea events (e.g., Chicago Tea Festival 2019, World Tea Expo 2019)
  • tea product reviews (e.g., Qi Aerista Smart Tea Brewer Review)
  • personal stories (e.g., Chasing My Dreams and Tea By My Side)

Key Website Statistics:

  • Monthly Traffic: 1
  • Classification: Established and Inactive
  • Domain Authority: 38

34. Gongfu Girl, Colleen

Gongfu Girl published content about tea in different cultures, which allowed tea enthusiasts to experience tea from a global perspective.

For tea enthusiasts who valued cultural commentary about tea, Gongfu Girl provided content that addressed tea in different cultures. Because the blog offered an international perspective, it was for tea enthusiasts who wanted a global perspective on tea.

Topics Covered:

  • Videos about tea (e.g., Floating Leaves Tea’s Documentary on Dong Ding Oolong)
  • Tea in different cultures (E.g., Tea in the desert)
  • Commentary on other leaders writing about tea (e.g., Tea Journey)

Key Website Statistics:

  • Monthly Traffic: 20
  • Classification: Established and Inactive
  • Domain Authority: 33

33. The Oolong Drunk, Cody Wade

The Oolong Drunk publishes diverse content for tea lovers who want to be entertained.

For tea enthusiasts who want diverse tea content, The Oolong Drunk provides commentary on aspects of life which tea touches. Because this blog has a personal touch it offers entertainment to readers.

Topics Covered:

  • Tea in relation to the wider world (e.g., Tea and the stock market (DavidsTea))
  • Tea reviews (e.g., Chardonnay Barrel-Aged Oolong)
  • Tea and music (e.g., GuShu Sheng Puer pairs with Lana Del Rey’s album Ultraviolence)

Key Website Statistics:

  • Monthly Traffic: 23
  • Classification: Established and Active
  • Domain Authority: 15

32. Tea Foodie, Suzanne Klein

Tea Foodie makes content about cooking with tea for tea lovers who want great culinary creations.

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For tea enthusiasts who enjoy cooking, Tea Foodie provides recipes for cooking with tea. Because the author, Suzanne, is a self-proclaimed foodie and tea geek, her recipes about cooking with tea resonate.

Topics Covered:

  • Baking with tea (e.g., Black Tea Blondies)
  • Tea cocktails (e.g., Sunset-tea-ni Cocktail)
  • Tea desserts (e.g., Easy Vegan Matcha Ice Cream)

Key Website Statistics:

  • Monthly Traffic: 23
  • Classification: Established and Active
  • Domain Authority: 21

31. By Golly, Ollie!, Jackie

By Golly, Ollie! makes tea review content for tea drinking mothers so they can best #momfuel

For tea enthusiasts who want commentary about tea and motherhood, By Golly, Ollie! provides tea tasting reviews. Because Jackie is a tea drinking mother, her content resonates with this audience.

Topics Covered:

  • Detailed product reviews (e.g., Finding Balance in a Cup of Phoenix Oolong from DAVIDsTEA)
  • List style product recommendations (e.g., Five March Favorites)
  • Commentary on motherhood (e.g., Word of Intent: Joy)

Key Website Statistics:

  • Monthly Traffic: 25
  • Classification: New and Active
  • Domain Authority: 11

30. The Half Dipper

The Half Dipper published commentary for tea enthusiasts seeking to be informed or entertained.

For tea enthusiasts who appreciate commentary about tea, The Half Dipper provided personal and informative commentary about tea. Because The Half Dipper provided musings and tasting notes, readers could choose to read the commentary (i.e., personal, informational) they wanted.

Topics Covered:

  • Reflections on tea processing (e.g., Thoughts on Aging)
  • Musings on Gongfucha (e.g., Wabi-Sabi)
  • Tasting notes (e.g., 2012 Jingmai "Guhua")

Key Website Statistics:

  • Monthly Traffic: 56
  • Classification: Established and Inactive
  • Domain Authority: 46

29. Cup of Tea Travel, Deirdre Deprettere

Cup of Tea Travel produces travel-inspired content for tea drinkers that want to get a glimpse of tea at origin.

For tea enthusiasts who want a perspective of tea at origin, Cup of Tea Travel provides insightful travel stories and tea commentary. Because Deirdre focuses on highlighting lesser-known tea producers, it offers line of sight to interesting and often overlooked tea farms.

Topics Covered:

  • Trips to established tea producing regions (e.g. China)
  • Trips to novelty tea producing regions (e.g., Visit the Dutch tea plantation)
  • Anecdotes about people in tea producing countries (e.g., Chai Wallah)

Key Website Statistics:

  • Monthly Traffic: 63
  • Classification: Established and Active
  • Domain Authority: 15

28. Tea In Spoons

Tea In Spoons makes product focused content for tea enthusiasts, so they gain a greater understanding of tea.

For tea enthusiasts who want product knowledge, Tea In Spoons provides holistic information. Because Tea In Spoons discusses the product, types of tea, and tea countries, blog visitors benefit from different perspectives on tea.

Topics Covered:

  • Tea reviews (e.g., DAVIDsTEA’s Peppermint Amour Tea Review)
  • Informative tea content (e.g., An Introduction to Pu-erh Teas)
  • Tea travel (e.g., My Favourite Tea Places in Hong Kong)

Key Website Statistics:

  • Monthly Traffic: 94
  • Classification: Established and Active
  • Domain Authority: 20

27. Steph’s Cup of Tea, Steph

Steph’s Cup of Tea published personal commentary for tea enthusiasts looking for an interpersonal connection.

For tea enthusiasts who wanted to feel connected to the author, Steph’s Cup of Tea provided personalized commentary on many topics, often including tea. Because this blog read like a diary, it was appreciated by tea enthusiasts who valued the feeling of personal connection.

Topics Covered:

  • Distractions (e.g. Making crumpets and tea to watch The Crown)
  • Social musings (e.g. Tea and the right to vote)
  • Events (e.g. Tea Fest PDX)

Key Website Statistics:

  • Monthly Traffic: 104
  • Classification: Established and Inactive
  • Domain Authority: 32

26. Siply Tealicious, Linsey

Siply Tealicious produces product review content for tea enthusiasts for making informed purchasing decisions.

For tea enthusiasts who want product information, Siply Tealicious provides many tea reviews. Because Siply Tealicious focuses on reviewing blends and subscription boxes, it's a blog for those making purchasing decisions.

Topics Covered:

  • Tea reviews (e.g., Lychee Mango Mochi-Dessert by Deb Review)
  • Tea recipes (e.g., London Fog)
  • Tea subscription boxes (e.g., DAVIDsTEA Fall Subscription Box)

Key Website Statistics:

  • Monthly Traffic: 132
  • Classification: New and Active
  • Domain Authority: 13

25. Ash Loves Tea, Ashley Arnez

Ash Loves Tea makes product recommendations for tea enthusiasts to help them make purchasing decisions.

For tea enthusiasts who want product recommendations, Ash Loves Tea provides commentary on a range of tea products. Because Ash Loves Tea considers a range of products (e.g., sparkling tea, typical tea, tea subscription boxes), it’s a blog that gives tea consumers a broad perspective on what they may consider purchasing.

Topics Covered:

  • Product tips (e.g., Uses for unused tea tins)
  • Product reviews (e.g., Subscription Box Overview: Amoda Tea's Monthly Subscription Box)
  • Product recommendations (e.g., 5 Teas for the Rose Obsessed)

Key Website Statistics:

  • Monthly Traffic: 204
  • Classification: Established and Active
  • Domain Authority: 8

24. Tea Biz, Dan Bolton

Tea Biz produces industry leading content for tea professionals to gain better business insights.

For tea professionals who want timely industry information, Tea Biz provides better business insights. Because Tea Biz discusses pricing and logical information, as well as featuring leading industry voices, it is an unmatched source of valuable information for those in the tea industry.

Topics Covered:

  • News (e.g., Afghan Tea Market Concerns as Taliban Conquers Kabul)
  • Tea Price Report (e.g., India Tea Price Watch)
  • Industry trends (e.g., Regenerative Agriculture)

Key Website Statistics:

  • Monthly Traffic: 258
  • Classification: New and Active
  • Domain Authority: 23

23. Tea Squirrel, Anna

Tea Squirrel makes informative content for tea drinkers providing them with greater knowledge of tea.

For tea enthusiasts who want informative content, Tea Squirrel provides answers to common tea questions. Because Tea Squirrel provides answers to questions about tea, tasting, and teaware, it’s a blog for those entering the world of loose leaf tea.

Topics Covered:

  • Educational tea content (e.g., Do you wash your teaware?)
  • Personal musing on mindfulness (e.g.Tea and Mindfulness. Drinking matcha and writing a haiku)
  • Tea recipes (e.g., Best masala chai recipes from scratch)

Key Website Statistics:

  • Monthly Traffic: 302
  • Classification: Established and Active
  • Domain Authority: 31

22. Afternoon Tea Expert, Eileen Donaghey

Afternoon Tea Expert makes educational content for tea enthusiasts so they can better enjoy the experience of afternoon tea.

For tea enthusiasts who enjoy afternoon tea, Afternoon Tea Expert provides informative content to improve their experience. Because of the Afternoon Tea Expert’s emphasis on etiquette and various how-to content, it’s a great blog for those attending or recreating an afternoon tea experience.

Topics Covered:

  • Educational content (e.g., What is the correct order to eat afternoon tea?)
  • How-To Content (e.g., How to plan the best afternoon tea for Mother’s Day)
  • Recipe content (e.g., The perfect scone recipe)

Key Website Statistics:

  • Monthly Traffic: 381
  • Classification: New and Active
  • Domain Authority: 16

21. Miniaturefoodie, Ashita Agrawal

Miniaturefoodie makes educational content for tea enthusiasts so they better understand the beverage.

For tea enthusiasts who want to gain product knowledge, Miniaturefoodie provides informative content about tea. Because Miniaturefoodie addresses product education and product use, it’s a blog for those who want information and the ability to incorporate tea into their culinary creations.

Topics Covered:

  • Informative tea content (e.g., All About Butterfly Pea Tea)
  • Recipes (e.g., Cucumber Tea Sandwich Recipe)
  • Tea reviews (e.g., Gourmet Teas by HerBlend Review)

Key Website Statistics:

  • Monthly Traffic: 388
  • Classification: New and Active
  • Domain Authority: 16

20. Tea Happiness, Sara Shacket

Tea Happiness makes informative content for tea enthusiasts looking for a better understanding of tea.

For tea enthusiasts who want to learn about tea, Tea Happiness provides information about tea as a product, and the industry surrounding it. Because Tea Happiness offers tea reviews, as well as historical and industry insights, the blog offers a holistic perspective.

Topics Covered:

  • Tasting reviews (e.g., Review: East Frisian BOP from Upton Tea Imports)
  • Tea industry interviews (e.g., Interview: Nazanin Yousefnejad of Tea Thoughts)
  • Tea history (e.g., The History Of English Breakfast Tea)

Key Website Statistics:

  • Monthly Traffic: 419
  • Classification: Established and Active
  • Domain Authority: 31

19. Oolong Owl, Char

Oolong Owl produces tea review content for enthusiasts to make more informed product decisions.

For tea enthusiasts who want product information, Oolong Owl provides tea and teaware reviews. Because Oolong Owl has an extensive collection of reviews (sorted by tea type and brand), tea drinkers can use this blog to make better purchasing decisions.

Topics Covered:

  • Tea reviews (e.g., black tea, green tea, herbal tea)
  • Teaware reviews (e.g., teapots, gaiwan, teacups, kettles)
  • Tea recipes (e.g desserts)

Key Website Statistics:

  • Monthly Traffic: 616
  • Classification: Established and Active
  • Domain Authority: 30

18. Sororitea Sisters, Anne

Sororitea Sisters creates tea review content for enthusiasts interested in teaware and blends.

For tea enthusiasts who want information about tea blends, Sororitea Sisters provides detailed product reviews. Because Sororitea Sisters has multiple people reviewing a wide range of blends, it’s a good blog for those looking to find a new tea to try.

Topics Covered:

  • Tea reviews (e.g. Mint Medley from Brooke Birch Tea Shoppe)
  • Tea subscription box reviews (e.g Tea Care Packages from Brewed in Solace)
  • Ethical tea companies (e.g., ChariTEAs)

Key Website Statistics:

  • Monthly Traffic: 676
  • Classification: Established and Active
  • Domain Authority: 35

17. Tea and Me, Danielle

Tea and Me creates tea review content for enthusiasts looking for deeper product knowledge.

For tea enthusiasts who want clarity on what tea to buy, Tea and Me provide product reviews giving consumers more product information. Because Tea and Me examines a wide range of brands and teas, it’s a great blog for tea drinkers to follow.

Topics Covered:

  • Product comparison (e.g., Comparing 3 Different Matchas from Naoki)
  • New product reviews (e.g., New Blends with Rich & Pour Tea)
  • Herbal tea reviews (e.g., Peppermint Rosehip – Trying More Siberian Herbal Tea)

Key Website Statistics:

  • Monthly Traffic: 1K
  • Classification: New and Active
  • Domain Authority: 26

16. Tea Journey, Dan Bolton

Tea Journey produces detailed and unique content for tea enthusiasts for an unparalleled understanding of tea.

For tea enthusiasts who want in-depth content about tea, Tea Journey comprehensively covers all aspects of tea. Because Tea Journey highlights tea's origin, processing, people, stories, and trends, it offers readers an unmatched depth of knowledge.

Topics Covered:

  • Tea at origin (e.g., India)
  • Lifestyle content (e.g. Health and Wellness)
  • Product quality (e.g., Judging Tea Quality)

Key Website Statistics:

  • Monthly Traffic: 1.2K
  • Classification: Established and Active
  • Domain Authority: 34

15. STiR, Kim Westerman

STiR magazine produces content for tea and coffee businesses who want global business insights.

For tea and coffee businesses who want industry information, STiR provides relevant business insight. Because STiR magazine has a combination of timely and enduring insights, it’s a great blog for those in the tea or coffee business to follow.

Topics Covered:

  • News (e.g., Researchers Confirm Heart Healthy Aspects of Tea)
  • Reports (e.g., Tea Report, Coffee Report)
  • Business insights (e.g., Botanicals As Differentiators in Tea: Information and Education Lag Behind Innovation)

Key Website Statistics:

  • Monthly Traffic: 1.3K
  • Classification: Established and Active
  • Domain Authority: 42

14. Tea For Me Please, Nicole Wilson

Tea For Me Please produces educational content for tea enthusiasts to create a deeper relationship with tea.

For tea enthusiasts who want informative content about tea, Tea For Me Please provides helpful and personable insights. Because Tea For Me Please offers a range of educational and tasting content, it’s a helpful resource for those seeking a deeper relationship with tea.

Topics Covered:

  • Educational tea content (e.g, Beginners Guide To Tea)
  • Tea reviews (e.g., Chen Sheng Hao, Yiwu Raw Puerh Tea)
  • Discussions with others in the tea industry (e.g., TEA An Interview With Amy Dubin-Nath of Janam Tea)

Key Website Statistics:

  • Monthly Traffic: 1.7K
  • Classification: Established and Active
  • Domain Authority: 38

13. One More Steep, Michelle Wong

One More Steep makes review content for tea enthusiasts for richer product knowledge.

For tea enthusiasts who value product understanding, One More Steep provides detailed product reviews from tea tastings. Because One More Steep helps tea drinkers gain richer product insight in a variety of ways, it’s a great blog to turn to for recommendations.

Topics Covered:

  • Tea reviews (e.g., Adagio Teas’ Purple Papaya Berry Iced Tea)
  • Informative content (e.g., Afternoon Tea vs High Tea)
  • Tea crafting content (e.g., DIY: Green Tea Sheet Mask)

Key Website Statistics:

  • Monthly Traffic: 1.8
  • Classification: Established and Active
  • Domain Authority: 23

12. T Ching, Babette Donaldson

T Ching creates diverse content for tea enthusiasts and tea businesses to stay informed.

For enthusiasts and tea businesses who want information, T Ching provides a full range of content. Because T Ching offers informative material about the tea industry, trends, and benefits tea consumers care about, it's a great general blog to follow.

Topics Covered:

  • Tea lifestyle and wellness (e.g., Tea Is An Experience)
  • Tea education (e.g., The Green Tea Ritual; How To Use A Gaiwan To Brew Green Tea)
  • Tea industry (e.g., Tea Vendor Promotion Through Social Media Channel Creation)

Key Website Statistics:

  • Monthly Traffic: 2.8K
  • Classification: Established and Active
  • Domain Authority: 39

11. Mel Had Tea, Mel Hattie

Mel Had Tea created lifestyle content for tea enthusiasts so they felt inspired.

For tea enthusiasts who value lifestyle content, Mel Had Tea provided informative and visually striking content. Because Mel Had Tea addressed tea and its role in a creative lifestyle, it was great for those seeking to break apart from the ordinary.

Topics Covered:

  • Tea (e.g., The Japanese Art of Hand-Rolling Tea)
  • Travel (e.g., Samovar Tea Lounge in San Francisco)
  • Photography (e.g., Koi fish)

Key Website Statistics:

  • Monthly Traffic: 2.5K
  • Classification: Established and Inactive
  • Domain Authority: 26

10. Rosie Loves Tea, Cindy Jarvis

Rosie Loves Tea produces recipe and lifestyle content for tea enthusiasts looking to expand their relationship with tea.

For tea enthusiasts who want to expand how they use tea, Rosie Loves Tea provides recipe content, sharing culinary uses of tea. Because this blog incorporates tea into food recipes and DIY beauty recipes, it’s a good blog for creative tea lovers to follow.

Topics Covered:

  • Recipes (e.g., Matcha Mochi)
  • Lifestyle content (e.g., Tea Tips For Pregnancy, Tik Tok's Tea Bombs)
  • Informative content (e.g., What is the Best Milk Alternative for Tea?)

Key Website Statistics:

  • Monthly Traffic: 3.1K
  • Classification: New and Active
  • Domain Authority: 22

9. Thirsty For Tea, Bonnie Eng

Thirsty For Tea made recipe content for tea enthusiasts looking to cook with tea.

For tea enthusiasts looking for creative ways to use tea, Thirsty For Tea provided recipes for cooking with tea. Because this blog offered many creative baking and crafting ideas, it offered visitors creative ways to use tea at home.

Topics Covered:

  • Recipes (e.g., Milk Tea Custard Pie)
  • Crafting ideas (e.g., Classic Tea Time Christmas Wreath)
  • Gift ideas (e.g., Gifts For Tea Lovers 2017)

Key Website Statistics:

  • Monthly Traffic: 4.1K
  • Classification: Established and Inactive
  • Domain Authority: 46

8. World Tea News, Aaron Kiel

World Tea News publishes information about the tea market for tea businesses to stay informed.

For tea businesses who want industry information, World Tea News provides information about the evolving tea market. Because the World Tea News identifies new leaders, products, and competitors, it's a great website for those in the tea industry.

Topics Covered:

  • New and noteworthy tea companies (e.g., Intelligent Blends)
  • Innovative tea products (e.g, Cauldryn)
  • Issues and trends (e.g., Prepare Your Tea Business for the COVID-19 Pandemic’s New Normal)

Key Website Statistics:

  • Monthly Traffic: 7.1K
  • Classification: Established and Active
  • Domain Authority: 46

7. My Japanese Green Tea, Ricardo Caicedo

My Japanese Green Tea discusses Japanese green tea for tea enthusiasts seeking deep product knowledge.

For tea enthusiasts who want knowledge about Japanese green tea, My Japanese Green Tea provides detailed information on the subject. Because My Japanese Green Tea provides product, production, processing, and consumption information, this is the best website for those interested in Japanese tea.

Topics Covered:

  • Product information (e.g., Freshness of Green Tea is Key)
  • Educational content about product consumption (e.g. Can You Prepare Different Types of Tea with the Same Kyusu?)
  • Profiles of noteworthy people in Japanese tea (e.g., Okakura Kakuzo)

Key Website Statistics:

  • Monthly Traffic: 8.7K
  • Classification: Established and Active
  • Domain Authority: 38

6. Life Is Better With Tea, Mary Ann

Life Is Better With Tea produces content about tea for enthusiasts seeking information and action.

For tea enthusiasts who seek information about tea, Life Is Better With Tea provides informative and actionable content. Because Life Is Better With Tea teaches you about tea, demonstrates how to incorporate it into your life (e.g., recipes), and provides commercial insight (e.g., product recommendations), it's a great blog for those getting into tea.

Topics Covered:

  • Educational tea content (e.g., Guide to Darjeeling Tea And Why It's So Special)
  • Tea recipes (e.g., How to Make a Delicious Green Tea Cocktail with Vodka)
  • Tea buying guides (e.g., Shop The Best Tea Brands On Amazon for All Things Tea)

Key Website Statistics:

  • Monthly Traffic: 13.6K
  • Classification: Established and Active
  • Domain Authority: 40

5. Tea Time

Tea Time magazine creates content about drinking tea for enthusiasts who want a luxurious experience.

For tea enthusiasts who appreciate the experience of drinking tea in luxury, Tea Time magazine provides content that focuses on afternoon tea. Because Tea Time magazine also addresses closely related interests and activities, it’s a terrific website for those seeking a polished, holistic tea experience.

Topics Covered:

  • Table settings (e.g., tablescapes, china)
  • Infusions (e.g, tips for brewing green tea, teatime etiquette)
  • Recipes (e.g., scones, tea sandwiches)

Key Website Statistics:

  • Monthly Traffic: 35.3K
  • Classification: Established and Active
  • Domain Authority: 44

4. The Cup of Life, Lu Ann Pannunzio

The Cup of Life produces lifestyle content for tea drinkers who want a deeper relationship with tea.

For tea enthusiasts who want content that deepens their relationship with tea, The Cup of Life provides a diverse range of content that incorporates tea into one's lifestyle. Because The Cup of Life focuses on incorporating tea into your lifestyle (e.g, cooking, blending, visiting tea rooms), it’s a great blog for tea lovers looking for new ideas and activities.

Topics Covered:

  • Recipe content (e.g., Iced English Breakfast Tea Latte)
  • Discussions with tea entrepreneurs (e.g., At The Tea Table With Sarah Vaughan of Proper Cuppa)
  • Experiential content (e.g.,The Art of Tea Blending, Lake Agnes Tea House - Banff National Park, Alberta)

Key Website Statistics:

  • Monthly Traffic: 41.8K
  • Classification: Established and Active
  • Domain Authority: 38

3. Sweet Steep, Kristin

Sweet Steep publishes recipe content for beverage lovers who want to quickly and easily create retail quality drinks.

For beverage lovers who want to create retail quality drinks at home, Sweet Steep provides an extensive collection of recipes. Because Sweet Steep focuses heavily on recreating Starbucks drinks, it’s a great blog for mass market tea and coffee lovers.

Topics Covered:

  • Tea recipes (e.g., Starbucks Peach Green Tea Lemonade Recipe)
  • Drink ingredients and enhancers (e.g., Quick & Easy Starbucks Liquid Cane Sugar)
  • Food created from tea beverages (e.g., Easy Homemade Chai Tea Latte Popsicles)

Key Website Statistics:

  • Monthly Traffic: 149.3K
  • Classification: New and Active
  • Domain Authority: 38

2. Snacks and Sips, Lori Vachon

Snacks and Sips creates recipe content for those who want delicious food and beverages, easily made at home.

For foodies who want food and drink recipes, Snacks and Sips provides a diverse range of recipe content for a wide audience. Because the blog extends beyond tea themed recipes into coffee and chocolate based drinks, it’s a great account for general beverage lovers to follow.

Topics Covered:

  • Tea based beverages (e.g., Iced Vanilla Latte (Starbucks Copycat))
  • Coffee and chocolate based beverages (e.g., Pumpkin Spice Hot Chocolate, Java Chip Frappuccino)
  • Appetizers and desserts (e.g., Savory Olive Tapenade, Blue Hawaiian Jello Shots)

Key Website Statistics:

  • Monthly Traffic: 139.2K
  • Classification: New and Active
  • Domain Authority: 44

1. Oh, How Civilized, Jee Choe

Oh, How Civilized creates accessible recipe content for tea drinkers who want to enjoy great-tasting beverages at a fraction of the retail price.

For tea drinkers who want tea recipes, Oh, How Civilized provides content about how to make a wide range of tea drinks. Because the blog focuses on ice tea (e.g., frappuccinos) it’s a great blog for those looking to recreate popular beverages.

Topics Covered:

  • Starbucks copycat recipes (e.g., Starbucks Matcha Green Tea Frappuccino Copycat)
  • Ice tea (e.g., Cold Brew Tea: What It Is & How To Make It Properly)
  • Culinary tea use (e.g., Radish Rose Tea Sandwiches)

Key Website Statistics:

  • Monthly Traffic: 163.6K
  • Classification: Established and Active
  • Domain Authority: 43

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