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Mad Tea Musings

Taste Testing: Myrtle's Tea House Black Tea!

Myrtle's Tea House Black Tea!Tea Description:  I recently reblended this tea because my favorite local tea room and this tea's namesake - Myrtle's Tea House - ordered some. They sell it in their in-house tea shop and they also serve it and use it as an ingredient in their shortbread cookies that they serve on [...]

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Tea of the Week for March 26, 2018: Pear Chai (Green Tea)!

 Pear Chai!Tea Description:  Yeah, it's getting out of what I think of as "Chai Season" but when I blended this, we here the Pacific Northwest were experiencing freezing temperatures and were even expecting snow (which did arrive in the last half of February). So, I was in this weird kind of 'mood' - blending teas that [...]

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Tea of the Week for March 19, 2018: Mos Splash Honeybush!

 Mos Splash Honeybush!Tea Description: Don't try to read too much into the name of this tea - because there really isn't anything terribly clever about it, nor is there an actual "Mo" behind the splash. I started with the idea of a fruity blend, and originally I had decided to call it "Spring Splash" to [...]

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Tea of the Week for March 12, 2018: Cherry Almond Genmaicha!

 Cherry Almond Genmaicha!Tea Description:  With the success of the Cherry Almond Gunpowder tea, I thought that another stellar base for this flavor combination would be the naturally nutty, roasty-toasty taste of my organic Genmaicha blend which is infused with Matcha. And now, as I sit here sipping on it, I think I was right!The Genmaicha [...]

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Tea of the Week for March 5, 2018: When Blackberry Met Sage . . . (Black Tea)

 When Blackberry Met Sage . . . Tea Description: Blackberry: An aggregate sweet-tart fruit with hints of earthy undertones. More sweet than it is tart.Sage: A fragrant herb with an earthy, warm flavor and is slightly astringent. When I was a tea reviewer, one of my favorite flavor combinations was blackberry and sage. I loved the way that [...]

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Featured Reblend for February 2018: Lime Jello Green Tea!

 Lime Jello Green Tea!Tea Description: I wasn't originally planning on reblending this at this point, but the truth is that I kept thinking about this tea . . . and thinking about it . . . and thinking about it some more until it came to be a bit of an obsessive thought so I [...]

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Tea of the Week for February 26, 2018: Earl Grey Cupcake (Black Tea)!

 Earl Grey Cupcake!Tea Description: I've never kept it a secret that one of my all-time favorite teas is Earl Grey - I love bergamot! I haven't made (nor do I plan to make) a simple Earl Grey because I feel like there are so many out there that my contribution to the heap of Earl [...]

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Tea of the Week for February 19, 2018: You Are My Sunshine! (Green Rooibos)

You Are My Sunshine! (Green Rooibos Blend)Tea Description: Not too long ago, our featured reblend of the month was the very popular "Sun & Cloud Mist" which is a green tea blend with lemon and lemon-y herbs and marshmallow root. Shortly after I released it, one of my customers suggested that I do an herbal [...]

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Tea of the Week for February 12, 2018: Chinese 5 Spice (Black Tea)!

 HAPPY CHINESE NEW YEAR! Chinese Five Spice Black Tea!Tea Description: Since China is a very important part of what I do (since most of my tea comes from China!), I decided it was important to do something to celebrate the ringing in of the Chinese New Year this year (The Year of the Dog)! I started with [...]

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Tea of the Week for February 5, 2018: Raspberry Kissed Coconut (Green Tea)!

 Raspberry Kissed Coconut (Green Tea)!Tea Description: While organizing the studio just before the holidays, I came across a little more fair-trade, single estate Zomba green tea - the last of my stock - and I determined that I had just enough to either do a reblend with it or create an all-new blend. Since I had [...]

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