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Super Starling drinks English Breakfast from Solstice Tea Traders. . .

After killing myself at the gym this morning*, I needed a little bit of comfort. Black teas are my go-to morning cuddle buddy. They never cause DOMS (delayed onset muscle soreness). They never make me sweaty. I never collapse after drinking one. * (10 flights on the stairmaster, a mile on the treadmill, then a variety of circuit training nonsense that at one point just had me laying on a mat, reaching for my inhaler.) Comforting though this blend is, it’s still got that black-tea kick. This one’s an eye-opener. It pries your face open, Clockwork Orange style. Are you Read More

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English Breakfast Tea from Steeped Tea

I’ve been getting into teas from Steeped Tea lately just to see what it was all about and today I’m sharing my experiences with you on English Breakfast Tea from Steeped Tea. English Breakfast Tea from Steeped Tea is your standard but sturdy English Breakfast Tea.  Traditionally served with milk – I rebel and drink it straight-up as I drink ALL of my teas. This specific offering isn’t much for aroma once infused.  It smells like your run-of-the-mill black tea.  But I have to say if you are looking for a strong based black tea then English Breakfast Tea from Steeped Tea Read More

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Canadian Breakfast from Blue Hour Tea

I have a few personal connections to Canada! My Great Grandfather was born in Canada and I was born and raised in Western New York which is just a hop/skip from the border. I still have my Buffaloian Accent that I can’t shake and many people ask if I am Canadian. That makes me SMILE. I have always LOVED Canada! So today I’m featuring Canadian Breakfast from Blue Hour Tea! Canadian Breakfast from Blue Hour Tea is their own take on English Breakfast Tea. It’s a blend of black teas from India, China, and Sri Lanka. They add a few Read More

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Snowflake Kenyan Earth from Williamson Tea

Tea Information: Leaf Type:  Black Where to Buy: Williamson Tea Tea Description: Our take on the classic English Breakfast. Kenyan Earth is named after the coppery red soils that symbolize Kenya and this bright, brisk cup of tea. Grown on the high altitude slopes of Kapchorua and picked in the early morning sunshine our Kenyan Earth is an awakening, full bodied liquor that stimulates the body and mind. Learn more about this tea here.  Taster’s Review: Before you read my review. You have to take a look at the tea tin this tea comes in. That tin is gorgeous! Makes me want to Read More