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Tea of the Week for December 10, 2018: Vanilla Toffee Rooibos!

Vanilla Toffee Rooibos!Tea Description: As some of you are probably aware, I'm not the biggest fan of red rooibos. I don't hate the stuff, but I don't love it and there was a time when I would have told you that I just didn't like it. Again, I didn't hate it or have an aversion to [...]

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Tea of the Week for December 3, 2018: Snickerdoodled Cocktail Black Tea!

Snickerdoodled Cocktail Black Tea!Tea Description: One day while browsing the interwebs, I discovered a recipe for a snickerdoodle cocktail. I'm not sure exactly why I would be looking at cocktail recipes because a) I very seldom drink alcoholic beverages - maybe once or twice a year - and; b) because I don't drink, I don't [...]

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Tea of the Week for November 26, 2018: O Christmas Tea!

 O Christmas Tea! (Green Tea)Tea Description: I crafted this tea for all those who (unlike me) are putting up their Christmas Trees after the Thanksgiving feast. (I'm usually doing the tree thing much later!) It's a festive orange-y chai-ish type of green tea blend of Chun Mee & Gunpowder combined with oranges, ginger, cardamom, cinnamon, allspice, [...]

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For the Eleventh TEA of Christmas, 52Teas sent to me . . .

Caramel Monkey Bread Rooibos!Tea Description: This is one of the final teas (tisanes) that Frank crafted during his time with 52Teas and I have a wee confession - I hadn't tried it until a day or two before I blended this batch. I had the tea in my stash - but it was still sealed [...]

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Featured Reblend for November 2018: Root Beer Float Black Tea!

Root Beer Float Black Tea!Tea Description: To be honest, I hadn't planned on reblending this tea for November's Featured Reblend. I had a different tea on the menu for November, but when I went to the tea studio to start blending that tea, I realized that I didn't have all the ingredients I needed to [...]

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Tea of the Week for November 19, 2018: Lingonberry Chamomile Cider!

Lingonberry Chamomile Cider!Tea Description: A couple of years ago while shopping at IKEA (right around this time of year too, in fact) I discovered a sparkling apple and lingonberry drink that I absolutely fell in love with - and I wrote down the idea of creating a lingonberry and apple cider. And here it is! Now, [...]

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For the Tenth TEA of Christmas, 52Teas sent to me . . .

Eggnog Yunnan!Tea Description: This tea was originally blended during Frank's last holiday season of his tenure of running 52Teas - and if I remember correctly, I had brewed up the entire contents of the 1/2 ounce pouch to make a full pot of tea that I enjoyed over a couple of hours. (Thank goodness for [...]

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Tea of the Week for November 12, 2018: Blueberry Pancakes with Maple Syrup Black Tea!

Blueberry Pancakes with Maple Syrup Black Tea!Tea Description: I absolutely love our Pancake Breakfast black tea, so I'm always eager to test out a new variation of it whenever I'm able - this time, I decided to go with blueberry pancakes! As I was blending this, I found myself marveling over the fact that neither [...]

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For the Ninth TEA of Christmas, 52Teas Sent to Me . . .

Chestnut Praline Green Tea!Tea Description: For our Ninth Tea in our Holiday countdown, I created this tea - inspired by the newest member of our family, Jimmy! I asked him for some ideas for a Christmas tea and he listed off a bunch of different flavor ideas, and two of those flavors were Chestnuts and [...]

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For the Eighth TEA of Christmas, 52Teas sent to me . . .

 French Vanilla Marshmallow Assam!Tea Description: So this is not technically a reblend, nor would I call it a "new blend" exactly - but rather - a reinterpretation of two teas (French Vanilla Assam and Marshmallow Assam) that was also inspired by at least a couple of other teas (Amethyst's Gold and The Vanilla Marshmallow.) I [...]

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