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Clear through the emotional clutter and focus on your dreams. $7oz.
Our signature green blend full of easygoing flavor. Find your zen. $7/oz.
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Put some pep in your step and a kick in your mug. $7/oz
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There is nothing more delightful than the sound and feel of summer months – a soft breeze, birds singing, the warm sun, and delicious foods that scream, “summer!” That is exactly what this green tea summer bow tie salad has in store for you. Made with fresh plums, mangos, red bell pepper, avocado, and drizzled with homemade dressing made from our Abundance Blend green tea, this bow tie salad is sure to be the hit of your next picnic or tea party. The Scoop on Pasta There is some mystery as to where pasta originated. This go-to, readily available cupboard […]Read More
During the winter holidays, my town puts on the “A Dickens of a Christmas” festival. Townspeople dress in Victorian garb and stroll the streets drinking mulled wine and eating a combination of local and old English food. Last year, I took a respite from the cold in The White Swan Tavern, a colonial era inn built in 1733. Inside, I found roaring fires, Christmas trees, and the best, most inviting afternoon tea I’ve ever indulged in. You don’t need to stumble into an old inn wearing a crinoline to find the perfect tea; you can search for afternoon teas hosted […]Read More
When it to comes the choice of what to put in black tea, the possibilities are extensive and exciting. I would say “endless” because it has a nice ring to it, but I would not lie to you. You should not put salt in your tea. Nor chicken. (Though tea on your chicken is a different story…) But let’s not make a list of what not to put in tea. That’s silly. Instead, let’s get right to the good stuff. Black Tea Basics Generally speaking, black teas are strong. Hearty. Robust. They vary in nuance, of course, from floral to […]Read More