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Tea of the Week for October 14, 2019: S & S Green Tea!

S & S Green Tea!Our Second Tea from our "I Love The Pacific Northwest" Collection!Tea Description: Ever hear of Salt & Straw Ice Cream? They have locations throughout California now, but they got their start right here in the Pacific Northwest. Their flavors are fun and unique. I mean, how many other ice cream joints out [...]

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Tea of the Week for October 7, 2019: Northwest Chai!

Northwest Chai (Black Tea Base)Our First Tea from our "I Love The Pacific Northwest" Collection!Tea Description: I've been plotting this tea for a while. This blend was inspired by one of my favorite local coffee shops. They have a really good chai latte that is nicely spiced & I can actually taste TEA. One of [...]

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September is a Retro Monday Month! Tea of the Week for September 30/Featured Reblend for September is . . .

 Kumquat Cheesecake Honeybush!Tea Description: I originally blended this to be a tea of the week in June 2017. I loved it back then & you know what? I love it even more now. I tweaked the original recipe just a tad because i managed to find dried Kumquats to add to the blend & this [...]

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Tea of the Week for September 23, 2019: Raspberry Marshmallow Treat Genmaicha!

 Raspberry Marshmallow Treat Genmaicha!Tea Description:  This is so good! If you've been following 52Teas for a while - you're probably aware that we like to play around with our classic Marshmallow Treat Genmaicha - one of our most popular teas. This time around, I added raspberries - lots & lots of organic, freeze-dried raspberries - to [...]

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Tea of the Week for September 16, 2019: Bread Pudding Oolong!

 Bread Pudding Oolong!Tea Description: OH WOW! This tastes so like fall! It also tastes like bread pudding! A sweet, bready, caramel-y, custard-y bread pudding with hints of raisin & a subtle kiss of cinnamon, allspice & nutmeg!  I am really pleased at how well this all came together. This tea begins with an Oolong tea - [...]

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Tea of the Week for September 9, 2019: Maple Roasted Plum Black Tea!

 Maple Roasted Plum Black Tea!Tea Description: This is SO good! So good, in fact, that the first AND second time I tasted it, I wasn't able to write this description because what I was tasting defied description! I had a difficult time nailing down just exactly what I was trying. I'm sure it had a [...]

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Tea of the Week for September 2, 2019: Mermaid Green Tea!

 Mermaid Green Tea!Tea Description: This tea is meant to serve as my final goodbye to this summer. At least, I hope summer is on it's way out. We had some really pleasant weather here in the Pacific Northwest (Read: it's been cool & we've even had some rain!) But then, we've also had a few [...]

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Featured Reblend for August 2019: Rice Pudding with Cinnamon Apples Genmaicha!

 Rice Pudding with Cinnamon Apples Genmaicha!Tea Description: This month's featured reblend is a tea that was first blended as a tea of the week for January 2018 and it appeared on the poll for last year's holiday box and did very well - and it was requested by several customers to be included in this [...]

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Tea of the Week for August 26, 2019: Razzleberry Muffin Honeybush!

 Razzleberry Muffin Honeybush!Tea Description: 52Teas have done a few different versions of Razzleberry teas - and while some have been better than others, I am comfortable saying that they were all really tasty. Having already done a Razzleberry rooibos, I didn't want to go with Razzleberry Honeybush without something else to set it apart - you [...]

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Tea of the Week for August 19, 2019: Fig Cheesecake Black Tea!

 Fig Cheesecake Black Tea!Tea Description: For our 12 Teas of Christmas box, we included our first fig tea - well, the first fig tea that I've blended, anyway. That tea was our Sticky Fig Oolong Tea and at that time, I promised it wouldn't be the last fig tea I'd make. I didn't want to [...]

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