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Emily Dickinson’s Jasmine Tea Blend – Simpson and Vail. . . .

Now I have to start this off by saying that I am a sucker for author inspired tea blends. So it goes without saying that you are sure to find me reviewing more in the near future. Which shouldn’t be surprising since what is better than a cup of tea and a good book? Now I think that this tea was simply delightful. It is not too strong and not too subtle, it has a perfect balance in my opinion. As a matter of fact when I was drinking this tea it was like it started to clear my head. Read More

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Snow Crysanthemum from Teasenz

Tea Information: Leaf Type:  Herbal Where to Buy: Teasenz Tea Description: A ‘heavenly’ rare flower tea that is grown only in the Kunlun mountains, where slow flower growth results in a delicious flower taste with notes of caramel and dark red tea liquor. Snow Chrysanthemum flower tea contains high amounts of amino acids and proteins, which are beneficial to your health by lowering blood sugar, reducing high cholesterol, and preventing heart diseases. A Teasenz favorite. Learn more about this tea here. Taster’s Review: This tea is a perfect example of why I love being a SororiTea Sister! All the fun and unique Read More

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Amba Tea Flower Tea by Single Origin Teas

Tea Information: Leaf Type:  Black, Ceylon Where to Buy: Single Origin Teas Tea Description: Amba Tea Flower Tea comes from one of two artisanal tea producers in Sri Lanka.  Along with representing the Uva climate in this diverse country, Beverly the tea manager, has added camellia blossoms; giving a honey like sweetness to the wintergreen and maraschino cherry black tea that the Uva region is famous for.  This innovative blend is one of the first of its kind. (We drink a lot of tea…and had never even thought of this!).  The Amba tea estate has high altitude and harsh drought conditions that Read More

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Tibet Dream from In Nature Teas

Tea Information: Leaf Type: Where to Buy:  In Nature Teas Tea Description: A new blend of red and flower teas, Tibet Dream has evoked the imagination of many as its red deep colors remind the Chinese of the deep red robes of the Tibet Monks. This blend is an exceptional combination of a red/black tea with a floral after-taste. Sweet in the palate and mild, this is a must-drink blend to the ones that can appreciate the qualities of superb tea, from the region of Fujian. Tibet Dream is a great relaxing drink that is said to refresh your mind Read More

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Halo Blooming Tea from The Persimmon Tree

Tea Information: Leaf Type:  White Where to Buy:  The Persimmon Tree Tea Description: A beautifully hand-crafted blooming white tea that displays a ring of jasmine and amaranth flowers, with blueberry and peach essence. Learn more about this tea here. Taster’s Review: There are those who avoid blooming teas because they think they’re gimmick-y and that the tea they produce does not taste up to par.  I used to be one of them!  But, since that time, I have found quite a few blooming teas that are quite delicious.  This blooming tea – Halo from Persimmon Tree Tea – is one Read More