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Tea of the Week for August 6, 2018: Tea & Scones Black Tea!

Tea & Scones Black Tea!Tea Description: Tea and Scones - two great things that taste great together! I started with a base of organic black teas: a combination of tippy Yunnan, Ceylon & Assam, heavy on the Yunnan - and then I added some orange sections and raisins as well as some sweet, cake-y scone-like essence [...]

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Tea of the Week for July 30/Featured Reblend for July: Bananas! (Black Tea)

 Bananas! (Black Tea)Tea Description:  I was inspired to reblend this one because I kept reading one of my Steepster friend's comments about wanting "MOAR Banana" in her banana flavored teas. (I don't think I need to name names, I think she knows who I'm talking about!) So I decided to do this reblend because this [...]

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Tea of the Week for July 23, 2018: Grapefruit Green Tea!

 Grapefruit Green Tea!Tea Description: Some years ago, I took a trip to Tucson, Arizona. One of the places I visited while there was Tohono Chul which was a fantastic place that combined the beauty of the Arizona desert and the local art, focusing heavily on the natural botanicals of the Arizona Desert. It was a [...]

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Tea of the Week for July 16, 2018: Lemon Coconut Rooibos!

 Lemon Coconut Rooibos!Tea Description:  I don't recall what inspired me to bring these two flavors together, but I'm really glad I did because this tastes amazing! The lemon is bright without the sour I normally associate with lemon because the coconut smooths out the sour note of the lemon. The coconut is sweet and creamy [...]

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Tea of the Week for July 9, 2018: Grilled Pineapple Black Tea!

 Grilled Pineapple Black Tea!Tea Description: I absolutely LOVE pineapple - and my favorite way to prepare it is to grill fresh spears of pineapple over charcoal. The fruit spears take on a slight smokiness from the charcoal grilling while the natural sugars accumulate on the surface and become caramelized from the intense heat. Grilled pineapple [...]

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Tea of the Week for July 2, 2018: Tomato, Basil & Black Pepper Green Tea!

 Tomato, Basil & Black Pepper Green Tea!Tea Description: For those of you who have been fans of 52Teas for several years now, you may remember the Tomato, Basil & Black Pepper Black Tea that I reblended about two years ago. It was a reblend of Frank's version, which he called LiberTEAS Tomato Basil & Black [...]

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Featured Reblend for June 2018: Blueberry Zabaglione Black Tea!

 Blueberry Zabaglione Black Tea!Tea Description: I had actually planned on reblending this almost a year ago, but then I did the FUNdraiser with the three teas - The Vanilla Marshmallow., Chocolate Eclair and Blueberry Cream Cheese Danish - and I thought that the two creamy blueberry teas would be a bit too much being reblended [...]

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Tea of the Week for June 25, 2018: Strawberry Watermelon Green Tea!

 Strawberry Watermelon Green Tea!Tea Description: Watermelon is one of my favorite fruits of all time. (Definitely in the top 3, along with Tomato . . . and the third one would be a toss up between Strawberry and Peach.) So a watermelon tea (or at least a melon tea) is one that I want to [...]

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Tea of the Week for June 18, 2018: Stone Fruit Cobbler Honeybush!

 Stone Fruit Cobbler Honeybush!Tea Description: Nothing says "summertime" to me more than the flavors of juicy stone fruits - and my favorite stone fruit dessert is a cobbler, fresh out of the oven! My gramma made extraordinary cobblers and most were made from the fruit grown on her trees in the backyard. She made peach [...]

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Tea of the Week for June 4, 2018: Birthday Cupcake Genmaicha!

 Birthday Cupcake Genmaicha!Tea Description: The end of May is birthday time around here - both Amethyst's birthday and mine are at the very end of May. Since the end of the month is when I announce the featured reblend for the month and this is a new tea, I decided to save this tea for [...]

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