Colonial Remedy No. 6 Lemon Balm from Oliver Pluff & Co.

Sometimes I need occasional stress relief. And sometimes I need MORE than occasional stress relief. One of the herbs I enjoy for just about any reason is Lemon Balm. But did you know that Lemon Balm is has been used for YEARS for occasional stress relief? Enter Colonial Remedy No. 6 Lemon Balm from Oliver Pluff & Co. Another way to spin this herbal tisane is that it’s a good herbal to make your heart merry and joyful. Who couldn’t use more merriment, eh? Colonial Remedy No. 6 Lemon Balm from Oliver Pluff & Co. is straight-up Lemon Balm. You Read More


Hot & Cold Teas at Tim Hortons #VeganMoFo2016

This is a different sort of a post here at Sororitea Sisters.  Not only is this a chain location review of sorts it’s also to mention both the Hot & Cold Teas at Tim Hortons.  Keep in mind that Tim Hortons locations vary state by state and throughout Canada.  Not only are various Hot & Cold Teas available at Tim Hortons some locations have bagged tea, loose leaf teas, and other specialty offerings. Hot & Cold Teas at Tim Hortons are not my only reason for posting about this topic here today.  For today’s Vegan MoFo prompt “Where do you eat when Read More


Cinnamon Phoenix Dan Cong Oolong from Stylin’ Tea Blends

Tea Information: Leaf Type:  Oolong Where to Buy: Stylin’ Tea Blends Tea Description: Phoenix Dan Cong is a premium variety of china oolong teas, grown and processed in Mountain Phoenix, Chao Zhou, Guangdong. Dan Dong Teas are noted for their ability to naturally imitate the flavors and fragrances of various fruits and flowers, such as honey orchid, cinnamon, sweet-potato. According to history record, Dan Cong was served as an imperial tribute tea in Song Dynasty. This Tea is very popular in China, Japan and Southeast Asia. Learn more about this tea here. Taster’s Review: I was in a mood today for oolong. Read More


Pomegranate Melon from Fusion Teas

Tea Information: Leaf Type:  Green Rooibos/Yerba Mate Where to Buy: Fusion Teas Tea Description: This unique combination merges tangy pomegranate and sweet melon into a surprisingly complex tea. Every sip takes you on a journey of flavors that is sure to intrigue and delight. Tasting Notes: candied apple, rainforest, campfire Learn more about this tea here. Taster’s Review: Let’s start this review off with talking about how gorgeous this blend is.  I love the pops of bright colors.  Just makes the tea blend so warm and inviting.  The aroma I get from the dry leaf is the same.  Sweet and alluring.  From Read More


Sunrise Sensation from Vampyre Tea Company

Tea Information: Leaf Type: White Where to Buy: Vampyre Tea Company Tea Description: White Tea is one of China’s Special Treasures, hand-picked from the youngest and most tender leaf tips and buds grown in the mountains of the Fujian province.  It is sun-dried in a laborious and ancient process that captures more of the tea’s incredible health-benefiting properties.  Our Bai Mu Dan, or more commonly called White Peony, yields a fresh and delicate flavor that blooms like flowers in springtime, and when mixed with Lemon Grass, Lemon Myrtle, and bits of peel with an infusion of Ginseng and Ginger roots, it makes the most revitalizing blend! Read More