This holiday season I’ve chosen to embark upon giving gifts to friends and family. Of course, those gifts are often of the tea variety. Partway through my research for this year I decided it might be nice to share my buying experience and put together a nice Tea Gift Set Buyer’s Guide
What you’ll find inside includes photographs, cost and contents listings as well as suggestions on who in your life each set might fit best.
Let me know in the comments what you think of this Buyer’s Guide and whether you’d like to see more.
This Buyer’s Guide May Take Time to Load!
For the sake of fairness I’ve ordered the gift sets alphabetically by brand. This way There’s no particular favoritism at hand based on which one I might have enjoyed more, or which brand provided their sets first.
I am legally required to note that these gift sets were donated by the brands named at my request. Not all brands sent requests obliged or replied in time for this article. If you have any questions related to the process undergone for this buyer’s guide, feel free to ask.
For your benefit the following two images will indicate whether I believe a set is a good value or a poor value:
Keep in mind the person you’re purchasing for may think otherwise.
3 thoughts on “Special Report: 2011 Tea-Guy Holiday Tea Gift Set Buyer’s Guide”
Really great idea, Chris. It’s of limited value to me because I don;t live in America, but I applaud your efforts.
Thanks for the feedback. The set from Taylors of Harrogate was from the UK, but perhaps next year I could get some nice sets from all over the world!
Whoa this is pretty in depth. I’ve been buying a lot of tea gift sets to give to people for Christmas this year, and there are a few really good suggestions on this list.
Here’s a list of one’s that I’ve been buying and had good results with…but I may have to take some of your suggestions.