If there's one thing everyone needs if they're going to brew tea, it's a way to heat the water. While one could certainly use a fire to heat a traditional teapot, it's not always a viable option. A cubicle comes to mind as a bad place for a traditional teapot. What it is though is a great place for an Electric Kettle by Hamilton Beach!
Stash's Orange Spice black tea caught my eye for more than just having a brightly colored box. The hope of a well balanced 'spiced' tea available in the grocery was an exciting thought. So, I picked it up.
Himalayan Orange is probably one of the lightest tisane I've come across but remains a solid flavor which the palette seems to try and enunciate every accent of! I often find myself drinking this tisane for the better part of the day if I've started it in the morning.
This "Hook & Handle Infuser" by ForLife is one of my favorites. It's rigid, making it easier to clean than a mesh infuser and it has a small hook and a handle to make it simple to hang on the edge of my mug for steeping.
Flavored black teas are one of the staples of today's tea world. Often the flavors are found to be perhaps mismatched or either too weak or too strong. This is not the case with Harney & Sons' Peaches & Ginger.