georgia

Georgia Mr Ramirez’s Hand-Made Black Tea from What-Cha. . . . .

There was a time when I was young, and I was afraid of straight teas. So, it just tasted like, um, tea? Without anything in it? What was the appeal? I’ve since realized that tea by itself can taste like anything, depending on what type of tea it is, and where it was grown. Like grapes and wine, tea leaves can be altered by circumstance. So Georgia  is a black tea. But it’s also more than a black tea, without anyone having to do anything. Which is kind of crazy. This tea has heavy-hitting notes of fruit. I’m getting a Read More