Tea Blogger’s Roundtable in Long Beach
Last year at World Tea Expo (caution: that link autoplays video with sound) in Las Vegas, I attended a Tea Blogger’s Roundtable. It was a great opportunity to talk with some of the big tea bloggers, share experiences, and discuss challenges. This year in Long Beach, California, I’m pleased to be one of the panelists.
The panel will be on Friday, May 30th, starting at 5:00 p.m. Anyone registered for World Tea Expo or Healthy Beverage Expo is welcome to attend. If you can make it, please let us know using the email address in the poster above. Prepare questions for your favorite tea bloggers (and the ones you just tolerate, too). Take some time to check out the blogs before you attend, too. We all love getting new readers!
The event is being coordinated by A Gift of Tea (Twitter feed @AGiftOfTea). I will also be posting updates here and on my Twitter feed (@TeaWithGary). The bloggers on the panel (in alphabetical order) are:
- Linda Gaylard (the Tea Stylist)
- Chris Giddings (the Tea-Guy)
- Geoffrey Norman (Lazy Literatus)
- Jen Piccoti (An International Tea Moment)
- Gary Robson (Tea With Gary)
- Naomi Rosen (Joy’s Teaspoon)
- Jason Walker (Walker Tea Review)
I’m really not sure what they were thinking when they replaced Robert Godden (Lord Devotea’s Tea Spouts) with me. Maybe he’s too edgy and controversial. Or maybe he’s just getting old and everyone thought his 45-minute PowerPoint presentation on Australian eucalyptus tea was too darned boring. (I have a feeling I’m going to pay for that comment!)
See you there (except for Robert, unfortunately)!
Posted on 1 February 2014, in Tea Biz and tagged A Gift of Tea, An International Tea Moment, California, Chris Giddings, Geoffrey Norman, Healthy Beverage Expo, Jason Walker, Jen Piccoti, Joy's Teaspoon, Lazy Literatus, Linda Gaylard, Long Beach, Lord Devotea's Tea Spouts, Naomi Rosen, Robert Godden, Tea Bloggers Roundtable, Tea-Guy, TeaWithGary, the Devotea, the Tea Stylist, Twitter, Walker Tea Review, World Tea Expo. Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.
I can upload the eucalyptus power point, if you like. It was going to be my TED talk, but I was accidentally left off the roster.