This Hibiscus Madness tisane (herbal) tea is built on an energizing by smooth Guayusa base. Guayusa is a holly leaf plant which, along with its cousin Yerba Mate, is one of only two herbal ingredients loaded with caffeine.
My mug decided on a nice lightly floral Organic Green Jasmine from Hampstead Tea this morning.
This morning my cup holds a Green Tea with Jasmine from Taylors of Harrogate.
Today’s cup is a Jasmine Green Tea from Dils Tea / Tea Packs USA.
Morning Cup is a new daily segment where I post what I am drinking with a quick image of my beverage and some initial thoughts. This is Morning Cup #7
When I went to Disney World the last thing I was thinking of was tea. But lo-and-behold, there it was! Staring me in the face at the Epcot gift store I was in! Of the two teas I saw that were loose leaf, I bought both! My first review is of this Topsy Turvy Tea Blend.
I’ve been on an Earl Grey kick of late. Part of this is inspired by my grandfather who really likes his Earl Grey. I’ve been helping him graduate from bagged teas to loose teas and do hope he’s enjoying them. Let’s see if this Creme de la Earl Grey from Townshend’s Tea may be up his alley.
I’ve been impressed with several blends from Teavana recently. They have done a bang-up job on a couple teas’ they’ve sent to me, but they haven’t overcome my initial impressions. Will this To Life™ white tea blend from Teavana finally put them in the “plus category?”
Here is another tea I received by attending the World Tea Expo is Las Vegas. This herbal Organic Relaxation tisane from Teas Etc. is an interesting and colorful blend.
The blending of a standard Sencha with a collection of fresh Sakura cherry blossoms is something I found surprising the first time I saw it, but given the love of the Sakura blossoms and associated festivals in Japan, I shouldn’t have. This Sencha Kyoto – Cherry Rose Festival tea from Churchill’s Teas would please most of my Japanese friends during the Spring season.