Honey-Pear

Honey Pear Tea by Nelson’s Tea

Following steeping recommendations, I steeped 1 tsp of this with about a cup of water at approximately 195-200 degrees F for 3 minutes. My first thought was that this tea smells like bee pollen, although I don’t actually have all that much experience with bee pollen, lol. But when I looked up the ingredients I discovered that bee pollen is actually one of them so I guess I was right! It steeps up a nice golden/amber color, but interestingly cloudy. Instead of a clear amber like many teas are, it had lots of tiny specks like golden dust floating around Read More

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Plum & Pear Green Tea from Pekoe Sip House

Plum & Pear Green Tea from Pekoe Sip House there are so many things that interest me about this tea.  I am learning as I sip, actually!  First I have always wondered what plum and pear combos would taste like with different tea bases.  I think we have only ever reviewed one other Plum & Pear Tea at it was back in 2012 from New Mexico Tea Company and LiberTeas was the reviewer here at Sororitea Sisters.  But let’s talk about this Plum & Pear Green Tea from Pekoe Sip House this time around! Plum & Pear Green Tea from Pekoe Read More