This delicious WuYi Mountain Oolong from Townshend’s Tea located in Portland, Oregon on the West coast of the United States. Aromatic andeasy to drink are the quick terms I’d use here.
I make no secret of my appeciation for the custom creations over at Harney & Sons. They have the ability and experience to really create some fantastic teas. Even iced, like this balanced ready to drink Bangkok black tea.
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.
Flowery iced teas aren’t something I’ve really considered. This Jasmine Green Energy Tea from Honest Tea rectifies that issue with a subtlety unexpected given the ingredients and description.
It must be raspberry week here on Tea-Guy! This light bodied raspberry flavored Earl Grey blend from Zhena’s Gypsy Tea is certified organic and fair trade as well as gluten and allergen free.
Harney & Sons does it again. This time with their Ready to Drink Organic Black Currant bottled iced tea. I really don’t need to say more here, other than it’s 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.
Sometimes I get really excited about a tea I’ve received. It’s not as rare as you might anticipate. I do like a lot of teas! This Organic green tea from Touch Organic is seriously good!
Over the past couple months I have really grown to enjoy iced tea. From black tea bases to greens and herbals… most any well blended tea can be brewed for consumption hot or iced. This ready to drink herbal/tisane bottled beverage from Honest Tea comes just short of proving this rule to be true.