When we think of breakfast teas, we’re most commonly thinking about some form of CTC (cut, tear, curl) processed black tea. These are those small grained black pellets we’re used to seeing with English and Irish Breakfast teas as well as with traditionally prepared Indian Chai teas. But this one is different.
On occasion I like to venture out into the realm of fruity concoctions. Something fruity can excite the senses and leave you wanting more. This Acai Berry from Zhena’s Gypsy Tea is apparently not my thing. Read on to learn why.
Regardless of most of your tastes with tea, Pu’erh (poo-air) seems to be a love it or hate it thing. In the case of this artificially aged coin style Pu’erh, I’d say odds are high you’ll enjoy it. That is, if you enjoy a nice black coffee.
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…
I’ve been very very excited about trying different iced teas for these reviews. Peach teas are pretty popular and typical here ni the States and I’d be remiss if I didn’t offer something up. This time though, it’s got an Oolong base.