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Chocolate Bon-Bon from Tin Roof Teas.. . . .

I didn’t know what a bon-bon was before tossing this tea into my travel bag on a trip. I sort of had an idea that it was something that pregnant people and lazy people ate. The phrase “sitting around eating bon-bons” was in my head. Turns out bon-bons refer to chocolate-covered confections, or sweets in general. You’re welcome. If I were pregnant, I would have to down bon-bons because I couldn’t drink black tea, this one specifically. This is a really yummy blend. It has a sweetness that stays in your mouth after you’ve swallowed. It’s got moxie. I might Read More

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Fig Formosa from Tin Roof Teas

Tea Information: Leaf Type:  Oolong Where to Buy:  Tin Roof Teas Tea Description: High quality Taiwanese oolong is the perfect base for the rich taste of Smyrna fig. Learn more about this tea here. Taster’s Review: I love Steepster.  One of the things I love most about the tea community is that there is a great opportunity to meet other tea enthusiasts and occasionally, swap teas with them.  It’s a great way to taste different teas that maybe I wouldn’t have had the opportunity to try otherwise, not to mention the fact that it allows me to share my abundant Read More