My New Favorite Website: Steepster
I joined Steepster a couple of months ago, but only this week really started getting involved. It’s like a giant online tea party in a vast library–a library just about tea–where you don’t have to keep quiet: you mustn’t keep quiet, or you’ll never hear yourself over all the slurping and chattering. Steepster claims to be the “largest community-edited tea database on the Web.” I really don’t know what kind of competition there is for that title, but I do know there are a number of other lively online tea communities. But Steepster provides these numbers that would seem to support the claim: 29,183 teas listed; 3482 tea companies; 77,887 ratings; and 117,088 tasting notes!
So this is to give you warning: I’ll be posting even more about teas here. Sometimes it’ll be direct crossposting from tealogging I put up on Steepster. Other times I’ll do a shorter review there and post a more complete review here, or it’ll be vice versa. Just depends on my mood, I guess. In any case, come check out the site. And if you think you’ll enjoy it over there, follow me through my tealog.