I'm glad you are going back to including 'and a bud' to your name (perhaps you'll update your fb name). I liked the name when I first came upon your products...and frankly, that is why I gave you a try that first time. The tea aisle is indeed crowded and your name 'popped' out at me. I'm not a pothead, quite the opposite, and yet I liked the humor (I guess I am a product of a generation or two). I'm a 48 year old female from the western USA and greatly enjoy your teas!
07/18/2014 at 5:06pm UTC
Seriously, tea lovers: What happened to the last 10 years? And will you drink tea with us for another 10 years, please?
07/17/2014 at 3:20pm UTC
A quote from Fyodor Dostoyevsky to start your Thursday: "I say let the world go to hell, but I should always have my tea." What say you, tea lovers? A bit too severe, or worthy of a chuckle?
It’s our 10-year anniversary! According to Hallmark, a 10th wedding anniversary is traditionally known as the “Tin/Aluminum” anniversary, which really sounds about as romantic as … well, as giving someone a canned good as an anniversary gift.
When time is on your side, as it may be during a lazy summer day, maybe it’s time to try something new with your tea leaves. We have to chuckle a bit at that sentence. Can there really be something “new” with a drink that’s thousands of years old, and about as basic as it […]
I have bought this one a few times. Earl Grey is my favorite of all teas, and when I discovered Two Leaves' Lavender Earl Grey, I swooned. This is my fave...I really didn't think there could be a better tea out there.
This is a very delicious, sweet green tea. I drink at least two cups a day! I don't even need to sweeten it, even though I usually put a tsp. of honey. I am a BIG tea fan, and I have tried rare and high quality teas from all over the world. This is one of my FAVORITE teas that I have ever come across. Give it a try!