Pine Forest

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  • “Either you love Branson or you don’t…a two-mile carnival of touristy, kitschy shows and shops plunked down in the middle of the Ozark Mountains. Usually we go for the mountains and nostalgia—my...” Read full tasting note

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Dream of a cozy cabin snuggled deep in evergreen woods. Dark berries and pine needle oil bring to life the scents of the forest while a blend of herbs offers balanced health throughout the seasons.
Use one tsp. per 8oz. of 208 degree water and steep for 4 minutes. Re-steep the same leaves again as desired.
CONTAINS: PINE NUTS

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Either you love Branson or you don’t…a two-mile carnival of touristy, kitschy shows and shops plunked down in the middle of the Ozark Mountains. Usually we go for the mountains and nostalgia—my husband and I met there. This time around, we put on our “tacky” and hit the strip. But in one of the little glitzy shopping centers is a gem of a tea shop called TeaMaze: quality loose leaf tea, both unflavored and creatively flavored, and a extremely knowledgeable owner who is a delight to tea chat with. (teamazeshop.com)

So I went a little overboard…and with the help of my beloved enabler, came home with more than intended, including this unusual and delightful herbal blend. It leads with deliciously sweet blackberry flavor with pine—yes, you heard me correctly—as a crazy good counterpoint. It does not taste like disinfectant. It tastes like pine and berries, or more poetically, like summer in the mountains.

Overboard, incidentally, was the theme of our little date-cation. We did the “Titanic” museum and attraction; the exterior is an approximate half-sized model of the real thing. As you check in, you’re provided with a boarding pass with the persona of a real passenger; at the end of the tour, you discover how your namesake fared. I am pleased to announce that both my hubby (a widowed farmer traveling in second class) and I (ladies’ maid to one of the socialites aboard) survived.

ashmanra

Hooray! I am glad you got to get away together! It sounds like you had a good trip! And +1 Branson for having a good tea shop!

Kittenna

There aren’t too many pine teas around – this one sounds interesting! Did you pick up any other unusual teas there?

Sounds like a fun date-cation! I feel like I need to have one of those sometime soon…

Martin Bednář

Interesting tea and interesting museum and…
interesting trip. Have a good time together!

gmathis

Kittenna, yes—this little TeaMaze shop has blends and varieties I have not seen elsewhere, as well as more traditional stuff. (Further reviews to follow.) It is, of course, tourist priced, but my initial sips have been happy ones. There was a jasmine purple tea that I didn’t bring home, but looked interesting; as well, the owner was very excited because she had been to a tea expo in Vegas and managed to speak for a kilo of yellow tea—on the way to her soon. There is a webstore, if you’re interested in a browse.

Sil

how fun!

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