Touch Organic got another tea in my cup with morning with their Very Berry White Tea with Fruit.
The tea for this morning is an Apricot White Tea from Touch Organic.
Citrus and spice have been paired together in a lot of teas. It’s because of this that this tea was so comfortable to try.
Ginger has always been an interesting spice for me. Usually I find it pretty hit or miss, so I was a little nervous when trying this tea. Unnecessarily so.
Today’s cup is a Mango Green Tea from Touch Organic.
Fig. Figgy pudding. Fig. I do love figs. They’re underutilized here in The States I think. This Organic Cinnamon Fig Black Tea from Art of Tea is worth a look-see if you happen to have a taste for the figgy goodness.
This tea was provided to me as a gift from someone overseas. It took another friend from Taiwan to translate the packaging, but we’re pretty sure we got it right. This Bai Hao from Long Fu located in Yunnan China is a bit unique.
Contrasting to this morning’s first tea review is this Chinese green tea. These Organic Emerald Pearls from Mighty Leaf hold a wonderfully light flavor with all the hidden subtleties inherent in Chinese green teas.
On my trip to New York City, I dropped in on one of Ten Ren Tea’s famed Chinatown locations. I picked up a couple teas here for review, including this extremely aromatic Organic Lapsong Souchong.
When I started reviewing iced tea, I worried about being able to accurately tell the difference between them. This particular brew, while tasty, proves my concerns were justified.