After having some Himalayan Tips from Harney & Sons which I reviewed last year, I've become rather fond of this type of tea. As a culture enthusiast I find tea from Nepal compelling for more than their quality. The culture and families growing these teas are fantastic people! SAFA Himalaya celebrates this with their Himalayan Tips.
Will I like this one? I dunno. Sounds kinda girly to me. Hey wait... this is pretty good! You should try this Rooibos blend from Special Teas. I think you just might like it!
Okay, so I've never been to Miami. I think the closest I've come is Naples, FL for my brother's wedding. This blend from Kokomo Tea, apparently inspired by 8th & Ocean a big party district in Miami is fruity and smooth.
It's been a while since I've reviewed one of the concoctions blended by Frank over at 52teas. His work can be both ingenious and esoteric. Since the blends largely come from community suggestions these 52teas blends can be hit or miss. I've found most of them to be pretty decent though. Including this Date Flavored Black Tea.
Regardless of most of your tastes with tea, Pu'erh (poo-air) seems to be a love it or hate it thing. In the case of this artificially aged coin style Pu'erh, I'd say odds are high you'll enjoy it. That is, if you enjoy a nice black coffee.