Over the past 18 months I haven’t really reviewed many pure greens. Be they Chinese, Japanese or otherwise green deliciousness. This classically grassy Shincha is something special.
It's not every day I find a treat I like. I mean, I drink an exorbitant amount of tea, and I enjoy almost all of it. I'm discerning when I need to be, but sometimes I need to kick back. This Turkish Delight from David's Tea is like a dessert for me!
Frank over at 52teas is at it again! This time attempting to recreate the flavors of a time-honored Summer favorite, the Banana Split! I happen to be a fan of these tasty treats. Let's see how Frank's recreation fares shall we?
Earl Grey is a staple tea in many tea houses and households the world over. Typically a light Chinese black tea is flavored with oil of the bergamot orange from Italy. This Earl Grey de la Creme from Special Teas is a creamier version of this aged classic which could be an everyday tea for some.
Teatulia sources direct from Bangladesh and is a true patron of the Kazi Tea Estate there. Sustainable and single garden sourced, this black tea is nutty and every so slightly smoky.