Firewater

Firewater from Pelican Tea. . . . .

Firewater from Pelican Tea gets its name from the addition of hot habanero peppers to the tea.  But hot peppers aren’t the only unusual ingredient, this solid black tea also has toasted brown rice, an ingredient that is usually found in green tea genmai cha teas. I always like to get a whiff of my tea leaves before I brew them, but I was a little nervous about sticking my nose in the bag this time.  Would I get a noseful of hot peppers and run away sneezing like in the cartoons?  Well, I got lucky, this tea smells savory Read More

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Habanero Black from Pelican Tea

Tea Information: Leaf Type:  Black Where to Buy: Pelican Tea Tea Description: Pelican Tea’s premier Orange Pekoe black teainfused generously with habanero capsaicin. The pleasant burn and spicy kick make this eye-opener a morning favorite.  Though very spicy, the heat doesn’t linger and follows the sip down your throat.  Try it in place of coffee– you may be surprised!  Learn more about this tea here. Taster’s Review: Yes, you read that description correctly.  This is a habanero infused tea. HABANERO infused tea!  I couldn’t resist! I just had to try this really unique and interesting tea. The description says drink it Read More