Hi Richard...excited to try your tea--how do I do that?
04/23/2014 at 3:46pm UTC
Today is William Shakespeare's 450th birthday! We found a recipe for tea that involves steeping lavender, mint, savory and marjoram in Act 4 of "The Winter's Tale." Does anyone else have a good Shakespeare tea reference for us?!
04/22/2014 at 3:22pm UTC
We hope you're celebrating this Earth Day with a steaming cup (or iced glass) of organic tea, no matter where you may be on the globe today! Cheers, tea lovers.
If anyone can handle a name that’s nine syllables long and might start a conversation about tea, it’s you. Here are our reasons why we have decided to bring back the "bud". (Inspirational music is swelling in the background.)
Yum is all I have to say! I am very picky about my chai, and this one is spot-on. There are no strange sweeteners or over-the-top cinnamon infusions. This is a wonderful blend and pairs nicely with some honey and milk. I hope they offer a loose leaf variety sometime soon!
This green tea infused with ginger is fragrant and calming, and has no bitterness. I love to brew a cup of this tea in the afternoon. The Paisley line of tea from Two Leaves is superb and so affordable!