Our fair town of Basalt, Colo., is holding its first-ever full moon bonfire tonight, downtown! Two leaves supports local businesses and community involvement, so we hope to see our local fans around the fire tonight! Cheers.
12/17/2013 at 4:45pm UTC
Recently our Certification Manager, Heath, Skyped in to a classroom at Basalt Middle School to talk about tea and ratios. For example, what's the ratio of hibiscus to sweet blackberry leaves in our Alpine Berry tea? Here's a picture of all the colorful thank you notes Heath got from the students. Note the green one that actually has "two leaves" on it!
12/16/2013 at 5:30pm UTC
A lovely description of milk tea in India, with pretty pictures. We want some!
If we're surrounded by great tea all day long (and drinking it, all day long), we need to figure out what chocolate we'd like to have with which tea. And just for good measure, we threw in a couple of less-than-artisinal types of chocolate, since it is early November, otherwise known as the season of leftover Halloween candy.
This Bai Mu Dan (aka white tea) is beautiful though more subtle in flavor than many of the other Two Leaves teas It is smooth, light, sweet and delicately flavorful: a sophisticated tea. With its light caffeine content, it makes for a lovely evening tea, but I dink it throughout the day when I'm craving a light but complex and elegant beverage. Bravo!
True Darjeeling lovers rejoice! Two Leaves Darjeeling stands out from and above the crowd. It is brilliantly flavorful, assertive, tangy yet elegant. Great as a stand alone tea but also delicious mixed with Two Leaves Organic Assam for a complex, tasty and delightful alternative . A tea to remember!