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The Neverending StorTea from Geeky Teas

Tea Information: Leaf Type:  Pu erh Where to Buy: Geeky Teas Tea Description: Pu erh, strawberries, cocoa nibs, natural strawberry, hazelnut, vanilla and creme flavors. Never give up and good tea will find you. Learn more about this tea here. Taster’s Review: Pu erh is a tea that scares and intimidates me. I never know how to correctly prepare it or if I’m even drinking it right. I’ve tried to learn but this is one tea I want to actually sit down and learn from more of an expert. But regardless, I thought I would try my hand at a flavored Pu Read More

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Acai Tangerine from The Whistling Kettle

Tea Information: Leaf Type: White and Pu-erh Where to Buy: The Whistling Kettle Tea Description: Inspired by Dr. Oz and Canadian natural health guru Bryce Wylde, our pu-erh/white tea blend is designed to shrink fat, burn deposits, and prevent new fat from depositing. Tastes excellent hot or iced. The rich smoothness of pu-erh is contrasted with delicate notes of white tea, and accentuated with acai, tangerine, and chrysanthemum. Learn more about this tea here. Taster’s Review: My initial reaction to Acai Tangerine from The Whistling Kettle was me blurting out loud “Fruit Striped Gum!!” I don’t know if Fruit Striped Gum is Read More

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The Skinny from DavidsTea

This tea takes a while to infuse before the true color appears. Dry…I thought this first smelled like Orange Cream and then I thought it was more of a Fruit loops/Orange aroma. Post infusion – it smells more like a woodsy/orange. The taste is flatter than I thought it would be. I would say more Oolong than anything else and then a share of orange taste. I can’t really taste the Pu-erh, Ginseng, or Ginger much…which is ok with me but maybe not-so-good for those specifically looking for those ingredients, I suppose.