Oranges. They come in a variety of styles. From large to small. Tart to sour to sweet. This Mandarin Sencha from Baxter Tea ends up being decent.
Wenshan Baozhong. The name just rolls off my tongue. It's an interesting name. Instantly I know it's Chinese or Taiwanese. I assume it's an Oolong for some reason. I'm right. This creamy Oolong from Harney & Sons is a palate pleaser.
Serenity. That calming bliss we all seek to have at or near the end of our day before we hit the sack. This blend of herbal stuffs from Tavalon Tea makes its way to review while simmering down my day and putting things in perspective.
Pai Mu Dan also called Bai Mu Dan or Pai Mu Tan is the quintisential Chinese white tea. Light, with large downy covered leaves and buds. This tea from Kokomo Tea is light, subtle sweet and gently aromatic.
All of us have favorite ice cream flavors. Some of us enjoy chocolate or cookies & cream. My mom loves rocky road, and this rocky road inspired tea from 52teas provides the sweet delicious essence without the calories!