mother's love blend

Mother’s Love from Culinary Teas. . . . . .

I think I’ve mentioned before that while my fiancé and I love to share a good pot of tea (in fact, hot beverages pre-bedtime are kind of our thing), it’s rare that we find teas that we both a) like and b) are craving at the same time c) are not crazy caffeinated (card-carrying member of the “can’t handle her caffeine” club over here while my dude can drink coffee until 1 AM). So when this interesting blend from Culinary Teas found its way into my cabinet, I thought it miiiight just be crazy to pique both of our interests. Read More


Bohemian Raspberry Green Tea from Culinary Teas

I love the way Bohemian Clothing LOOKS so why not try a Bohemian Tea? Recently was I was seen sipping on Bohemian Raspberry Green Tea from Culinary Teas and it was delightful! Not that the actual sight of me sipping on the tea was delightful…but the Bohemian Raspberry Green Tea itself was delightful! (teahee) And YES…you can use that TeaSlang/Humor if you want! Nichole (aka CuppaGeek) and I giggle over chat while drinking our tea. Instead of TeeHee it’s TeaHee. Anyways…on to this review of Bohemian Raspberry Green Tea! Bohemian Raspberry Green Tea features a sencha green tea base with Read More


Key Lime Flavored Black Tea from Culinary Teas

Tea Information: Leaf Type:  Black Where to Buy: Culinary Teas Tea Description: What do you think of when you taste a Key Lime? Waves breaking along the coastline of southern Florida? Lazy summer days? Bright sunshine? The limes grown in the Florida Keys are one of the world’s best loved, and sweetest citrus fruits. When used as a garnish the juice of the Key Lime will brighten any dish or dessert. It goes without saying that this is a truly great dessert tea. Brew a pot, sit back and think sunshine.  Or, brew a pitcher for iced tea and be in Read More


St. Coombs Dimbula Ceylon Tea from Culinary Teas

Tea Type: Black Tea Where To Buy: Culinary Teas Product Description: Pungent flowery character with good body. Takes milk well, highlighting the coppery cup. St Coombs is from the Dimbula District one of Ceylon’s premiere tea estates St. Coombs. If the name sounds anything but Sri Lankan to you, you’d be on to something. This exceptional tea estate is actually named after a small fishing village in Scotland, probably the birthplace of one of the original planters. During the peak years of the British Empire homesick settlers from the UK frequently bestowed their new homes with the names of the Read More


Organic Tanzania Tea from Culinary Teas

Tea Information: Leaf Type:  Black Where to Buy:  Culinary Teas Tea Description:  This organic tea comes from Usambara in northern Tanzania. Years ago lions freely roamed this region. The tea is reddish and the cup has a full and malty flavored. Learn more about this tea here. Taster’s Review: Mmm!  It’s been a little while since I last had a pure Tanzania black tea.  It’s a tea that’s always welcome in my teacup!  I love the rich, malty flavor! The dry leaf is a very small CTC leaf.  What that says to me is that I need to make a couple of Read More