Flowering Feng Qing Tea Cones

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These delightful tea cones are hand-made from the highest quality Feng Qing Dian Hong black tea from Yunnan, China.

Buttery, malty, and naturally sweet, this deliciously fun tea is meant to be steeped multiple times.

Watch your tea cone unfurl like a flower when brewed; a perfect fit for our chic glass teapots.

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Well its happened twice in a row now. I pour the water into my cup, walk back to my desk, and a shipping company shows up with a crate and the guy wants to argue with me about how a Suite 200 doesn’t have a loading dock.

And you know what? This stuff is still smooth, and I needed it after dealing with the shipping guy.

Shae

It’s always so risky to make a fresh cup of tea when you work in an office. Someone inevitably comes to your desk and wants to talk for 20 minutes about a malfunctioning printer or something “urgent” while your tea sits on your desk growing cold and bitter.

ashmanra

^Like our souls….Just kidding! But I think my soul would grow cold and bitter if some one wasting my time made me miss out on my cuppa.

Random

The frustrating part is that none of this is actually my job. But I’m the only person who is in the office all day every day over that last year and a half. So it’s also assumed I do shipping and receiving as well and 1000 other tasks so my coworkers can sit around and say that they don’t have to drive into the office ever again. They are taking advantage of me and I’m starting to get really annoyed by it.

Shae

Hahaha, yes! That seems pretty accurate to me. :D

Shae

I’m sorry, Random; that’s so tough. I’m one of those who has been very fortunate these last 18 months to be able to work from home, and I know how lucky I am to have that privilege. I work for a bank, so we still have associates in branches and in the corporate offices too. They are the backbone of our company. I’m sorry you are being taken advantage of by your team and I hope your fellow coworkers will come to realize how valuable you are. I’m an administrative assistant for a department, so I often get pulled in to help with other associates’ work when they are short-staffed or busy. It can definitely be frustrating, especially because we still have to manage our own work. There isn’t exactly someone who can help the assistants when they are overworked. I’m guessing you’re in a similar situation. I hope next week will be better for you.

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sample from variaTEA. was a nice tea to revsit in terms of “type” fairly middle of the road cones and an enjoyable cup

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This tea has a more medium body but is so smooth. Smooth, malty, and with honey. It’s not particularly special but I like it since it seems like an easy drinking tea. Plus, it oversteeped and no bitterness so that’s a plus.

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Grandpa Style!

I took this in to work earlier in the week and drank it there, but on my way to the office I had an impromptu photo shoot with a flower patch I walk by near daily – something in my brain found the idea of flowering tea cones and actual flowers very funny.

Photos: https://www.instagram.com/p/CE6vCQXgIoe/

It’s a nice tea – smooth and medium bodied, without bitterness/astringency which makes it perfect for Grandpa style brewing. Hints of a red fruit note, but more in that golden honey/malt/cocoa end of the black tea flavour spectrum with hints of wood and maybe even a touch of smoke. Excellent over all and just so convenient.

Song Pairing: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mvi52a9p0uo&ab_channel=DavidDeanBurkhart

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