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We’re excited to announce that Miro Tea has been mentioned as one of the West Coast’s top ten tea houses in January’s issue of Sunset magazine. In the short paragraph, Miro was listed as the #3 tea house and this blog was even mentioned!

If you’re visiting our blog because you read the Sunset article, welcome! I hope you find the back catalog of postings helpful in your tea journeys, and feel free to ask any questions you may have. I usually don’t have complete answers, but am happy to help search them out! For me, the chance to continue exploring and learning about tea is the best part about writing this blog.

See you online, and maybe even at Miro Tea!



This is the very first post of Miro Tea’s informational tea blog. For those reading this blog who haven’t visited our tea bar, we’re located in the Ballard neighborhood of Seattle, WA. Our mission is to reinvent the way people experience tea, which can be a challenge in Coffeetown, USA! We aim to combine respect for tea traditions from around the world with a modern, urban spin–you won’t find stuffy, tea cozy tea service or doilies here, but you will find a vast array of different high-quality teas from around the world (over 250!), and a staff that is enthusiastic and eager to help you explore and learn more about the beautiful, ancient simplicity and potential of the world’s most popular beverage (second to water, that is).

As Miro’s Tea Specialist, I’ve been studying tea for long enough to learn that there’s always something new, more advanced, and more mind-blowing to learn about tea–no matter how much you think you’ve learned! It’s with the attitude of a constant student that I intend to share as much information about tea as possible–from brewing and tea fact basics for readers who are new to the exciting world of tea to some more advanced topics for tea fanatics who are interested in refining their knowledge and tea experience from the bottomless well of Asian tea culture and history.

The most important thing to remember about tea is that there’s no single right way to do it; every tea culture has different ways to get the most flavor out of premium tea leaves, and the best way to learn about tea is by personal experience. By trying new teas and new tea brewing methods, you can find the solution that works best for you and suits your personal tastes. I’ll do my best to provide clear, accurate information, but please keep in mind that I’m constantly learning new things about tea as well! There is a wealth of information (and misinformation) about tea, and I try to draw my tea knowledge from reliable sources and personal experience. Feel free to ask specific questions regarding tea and I’ll tailor my blog posts to your informational desires. I’m always on the lookout for more info myself, so if you’ve got 2 cents to chip in, feel free to comment on a blog entry!

Please stay tuned for forthcoming blog entries; I hope you find them stimulating and enlightening!