This tea is not only one of the most beautiful teas I have ever seen, but it's delicious, too!
The Orange Spice black tea from Tastea Blends is going to be perfect this fall! Warm, rich flavors and scents make this tea perfect for chilly day. I cannot wait to have this tea on a late October afternoon.
Made with black tea, apple pieces, cinnamon bits, coriander and cardamon pods this tea plays well with local honey. I made my cup as instructed with 2 teaspoons and 8 oz of water. I let set for around 5 minutes.
This tea is high in caffeine and definitely a good choice for those who like a strong brew. I highly recommend this tea! Yum!
I rate this black tea at 5 out of 5 stars.
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I picked up a five sample pack by Revolution Tea from the local market and this was the first one that peaked my interest.
The Sweet Ginger Peach Black Tea by Revolution Tea is pretty tasty! The perfect combination of sweet peach flavors and a subtle ginger after bite. This tea is definitely better hot than cold. If you let it sit too long and cool off, the bitterness of the ginger can be overpowering.
This tea is made with Assam and Ceylon black tea leaves, peach flavoring and ginger root. I wouldn't put this as my all time favorite tea, but it's good and well worth the sip!
I rate this fruit tea a 3.5 out 5 stars.
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One of these days I am going to make it to Fayetteville, Arkansas and check out this tea company in person. In the meantime, I will just have to enjoy them online and through my friends who bring me back stuff from the other part of the state!
A co-worker recently brought me some of this Cinnamon Orange tea from Savoy Tea Company.
Holy moly, batman. It's delicious and the color is gorgeous.
This tea is naturally sweet and doesn't need any honey or sweeteners. The cinnamon is strong which is great for me because I love spices but if you aren't a fan of cinnamon you really won't like it. That said, this tea is like drinkable holiday potpourri and it is GOOD.
I steeped this black tea with just under boiling water for about 4-5 minutes. I was able to get two strong steeps from on steep. The third steep was still good but definitely less flavorful than the first two. Ingredients include: black tea, orange, cinnamon and cloves.
I rate this tea a 5 out of 5 stars.
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Bigelow's Lemon Lift tea is one of my favorite teas that I can always find at the grocery store. Great lemon flavor which can be amplified with a slice of lemon at the bottom of your cup! You can brew this and let it cool or sip it steaming hot.
This lemon tea is also one of my favorite teas when I am feeling under the weather. The citrus aroma clears my head and with a touch of honey it soothes a sore throat. I enjoy this team steaming hot at best, but it does taste delicious even when it goes cold so my guess is it would be a good sweet tea, too.
Recently, I have been mixing this tea with Tazo's Zen tea and that has been really delicious, too. Lightly sweetened with a half spoon of honey. Perfect for this flu bug that is going around!
I rate this lemon tea a 5 out of 5 stars.
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