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Tea of the Week for June 11, 2018: Coconut Thai Spice Black Tea!

 Coconut Thai Spice Black Tea!Tea Description: I recently obtained some organic Wild Thai Black Tea. When I ordered it, the sales rep told me that the tea had a character similar to a high grown Ceylon. When I received it and tasted it - I didn't find it to be similar to a mild Ceylon [...]

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Featured Reblend for May 2018: Pineapple Angel Food Cake White Tea!

 Pineapple Angel Food Cake White Tea!Tea Description:  I considered calling this "Pineapple Angel food Cake White Tea v.2" or something like that, but technically, my previous reblend of this tea would be v.2 because I used a different base than the original - and since I didn't call that one v.2, I don't think I [...]

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Tea of the Week for May 28, 2018: Honeyed Strawberry Cream Black Tea!

 Honeyed Strawberry Cream Black Tea!Tea Description: It's a little pricey but I just love this Formosa Honey Black Tea - however, because it IS a little pricey, when I use it, I want it to be a special treat. And one of my favorite treats this time of year is Strawberries and Cream! Imagine a bowl of [...]

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Tea of the Week for May 21, 2018: Blueberrie-zzz!

 Blueberrie-zzz! (A Green Rooibos/Chamomile Blend)Tea Description:  As I've stated in the past, I'm not particularly fond of chamomile. Oh, I don't hate it, but I also don't love it. Occasionally, though, I do come across a blend with chamomile in it that I like - and in the past, I've created a few chamomile blends [...]

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Tea of the Week for May 14, 2018: ​She's a Peach! (Green Tea)

 She's a Peach! Tea Description: My newest "Prince Tribute" tea - which I should have actually released as a June tea to correspond with his birthday (June 7) but my inventory required a last minute shuffle of what teas I'd make for this month so I needed to change things around a bit and make this [...]

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Tea of the Week for May 7, 2018: Ginger Mint Julep with a Twist of Lime Black Tea!

 Ginger Mint Julep with a Twist of Lime Black Tea!Tea Description: One day while web surfing, I came across a recipe for a Ginger Mint Julep. I'm not sure why the recipe intrigued me, but it did. When I find an intriguing recipe, inevitably I have this thought: How would that translate into tea? Yes, [...]

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Tea of the Week for April 30, 2018: Retro Monday/Featured Reblend: Breakfast in Bed Black Tea!

  Breakfast in Bed Black Tea!Tea Description:  Some of you might remember that I blended this within the first year that we took over 52Teas - but I'm not sure how many of you know the story behind this blend. It actually started out as a LiberTEAS blend that I created - inspired by a friend of [...]

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Tea of the Week for April 23, 2018: Rocky Road Honeybush/Rooibos Blend!

 Rocky Road Honeybush/Rooibos Blend!Tea Description: I have received quite a few requests to reblend my Rocky Road black tea - and I'll eventually get to that, I promise - but I got to thinking that the flavors of Rocky Road might go nicely with a base of caffeine-free Honeybush and Rooibos. That sweet, naturally nutty [...]

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Tea of the Week for April 16, 2018: Bananas & Cream White Tea!

 Bananas & Cream White Tea!Tea Description: Here is where I usually talk about how I came to the decision to blend a particular blend. But come on now, do I really need a reason to craft a blend called Bananas & Cream? No, I didn't think so. This blend is really quite simple: I combined Bai [...]

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Tea of the Week for April 9, 2018: Kumquat Cucumber Chutney Black Tea!

 Kumquat Cucumber Chutney Black Tea!Tea Description:  This blend was inspired by a past episode of Top Chef - Mat and I have been binge-watching some old seasons of the show - and one of the contestants created a dish that had kumquat, orange, cucumber and chili peppers. I think that it was a cucumber salad [...]

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