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A nice hybrid tea with fruity notes and lots of interesting flavor from the mix of Ti Kwan Yin oolong and pu’erh. I can’t evaluate its weight-loss claims, but it does seem to have a little more zip than most teas. (I am a serious caffeine addict: tea has to have a lot of caffeine for me to even notice.) The name makes it sound kind of silly, but it’s actually a fairly sophisticated taste combination.
Flavors: Floral, Fruity, Tart, Tea
This is a pressed “pearl” tea that comes in balls a little less than an inch in diameter. You only need one even for an over-sized mug of tea, and they can be reused twice as long as you don’t let it sit too long.
This is a lovely black tea with lychee flavoring. (Lychee is a sweet Asian fruit, one of my favorites, which figures since I’m from Iowa.) Very nice hot or cold, and barely any sugar required due to the sweetness of the lychee.
Flavors: Floral, Lychee, Sweet, Tea
This is a very floral green tea with strong rose flavors.The other herbs are there, but most of what you get is green tea with rose. Oversteeping this tea will make it bitter very quickly: don’t use their recommended steeping time. Five minutes at 175 is PLENTY. It’d probably be nice on ice. If you don’t oversteep you don’t need a lot of sugar.
Flavors: Floral, Lemon, Rose, Tea
For some reason, this isn’t on their website, but it’s readily available at the shop in Vernon Hills, IL.
I like peach tea and I have been trying different kinds. The Adagio white peach tea I tried I didn’t care for, so I gave this a go. It is a little smoother and the peach is surprisingly not overwhelming considering the white tea isn’t as strong as a black or oolong variety. It needs a little sugar, but I have yet to run across tea I didn’t think needed a little sugar, so take that for what it’s worth. It doesn’t need much, which is unusual for me.
Flavors: Floral, Peach, Tea