Honey-Pear

Honey Pear Tea by Nelson’s Tea

Following steeping recommendations, I steeped 1 tsp of this with about a cup of water at approximately 195-200 degrees F for 3 minutes. My first thought was that this tea smells like bee pollen, although I don’t actually have all that much experience with bee pollen, lol. But when I looked up the ingredients I discovered that bee pollen is actually one of them so I guess I was right! It steeps up a nice golden/amber color, but interestingly cloudy. Instead of a clear amber like many teas are, it had lots of tiny specks like golden dust floating around Read More

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Jacqueline’s Tea from Jacqueline’s Tea Room (available from iHeartTeas)

Tea Information: Leaf Type:  Black Where to Buy: This tea is part of the Sweet Set Sampler from iHeartTeas. Learn more about Jacqueline’s Tea Room here. Tea Description: Black tea with Lavender flowers and honey bee pollen. Taster’s Review: There were a couple of teas in this sampler that prompted my purchase, but, I have to admit that this wasn’t one of them.  I think it was the English Garden that really struck my fancy, and it was the name of the tea, really, that made me want to try it.  I find it somewhat amusing and even a little Read More