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.
I’ve reviewed some of the beautiful sister’s blends earlier this year. Both their Tomato Rebel Black Tea and their Cucumber Mojo White Tea impressed me.
Earlier this month the delicious duo announced the availability of their blends at Bigg’s stores, Jungle Jim’s and the Keller’s IGA locations in the greater Cincinnati area.
I won’t lie. I’m a sucker for raspberries. In fact, pretty much anything raspberry. But I am not a fan of ginger. It just doesn’t tickle my fancy. Regardless, this Raspberry Ginger tea from Kokomo Tea is delicious!
White tea is said to be the rarest of all teas. While this can be disbuted by fans of Yellow teas, it’s hard to argue that white teas from Bangladesh are likely up there on the rare tea list!
Occasionally I run into a nice, light iced tea with a calming flavor and surprisingly little briskness allowing me simply to relax with a nice breeze on a hot Summer day. This fantastically light peach flavored white iced tea from Honest Tea hits that spot just about to a tee, pun intended.
Welcome to your weekly news post here on Tea-Guy. This week you get a taste of machine-made southern sweet tea, learn about connections between White Tea and the life cycle of certain types of celulite (fat).
Last week, I covered my first day at the 2009 World Tea Expo held in Las Vegas. This week you get to hear about the rest of my trip. I won’t name names… but I met some really fantastic people at this year’s expo…
It’s been a week since the end of the World Tea Expo in Las Vegas and I’m still a little heady from the experience. Here’s a recap of my time at the Expo and my takeaway from the event.
By now you might realize that Harney & Sons is one of my favorite tea brands. I’ve covered quite a few of their teas here already and you’re assuredly going to see more. That being said, I approached this book with a clear mind and very little “fan boy” mentality, and believe I’ve come up with a review from a book I was ecstatic to pick up.
Nope, this is not another rant on the Inauguration of Barack Obama as the 44th President of the United States. And no, it’s not another fashion laden rant on Michelle Obama’s style or fashion sense.
Instead, I bring you the first post here on Tea Guy! Tea is a many splendored thing. You can drink tea with most any meal. It has a plethora or health benefits, thousands of flavors and is the second most consumed beverage in the world behind… water!