The Tea: I haven’t had a chance to hit up Teavana or David’s tea yet so I’m still relying on my supply of bagged teas. Tonight I decided to try Lipton’s Island Mango & Peach tea, one of their pyramid teas. According to the box it’s made with real orange leaves and lemongrass. The Preparation:
The Tea: Today’s tea was Purple Acai with blueberry, one of Lipton’s Green Tea Superfruit teas. This is another bagged tea that I’ve had for a while, but I haven’t tried this one before. The Preparation: This one is green tea, so use one bag per cup and steep in 82°C water for 3-4 minutes.
I’ve decided to do away with the scoring for two reasons: It’s getting really hard to rank the teas as my feelings when drinking the tea are directly influenced by my mood at the time. Take today’s tea for example; I really didn’t like it the first time I tried it, but today it made
Note: I wrote this yesterday but couldn’t get it to upload from my phone for some reason and only just got access to my laptop 🙁 But anyway here is the Day 3 post for 31 Days of Tea and I’ll be back this evening with today’s! The Tea: Today’s selection was Organic Pu’erh Ginger
Hello There! As a novice tea drinker, I had no idea that different teas are brewed in different ways. My experience with tea has, until now, been limited to throwing a tea bag into a cup and pouring in hot water. And apparently…that’s wrong 😕 So, from now on, I will include a ‘preparation’ section
Hey there, Welcome to the official beginning of my ‘31 Days of Tea‘ Series/Challenge! You can keep track of the series via the 31 Days of Tea tab in the menu. Let’s begin! The Tea: Teavana’s Red Rooibos Chai contains cinnamon, cardamom and ginger. I picked this up at a while ago and have been
Twice in one day!?!?! Oh Yea! lol A little background: #31Days is a link up hosted by Myquillun over at thenester.com. It ‘s basically an online challenge where you have to write a post about the same thing for each of the 31 days in October. I’ve started almost 2 days late because I only