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Monthly Archives: January 2009
Do you have some of our tea? have you drank or tea before? We want you to taste and review our Two Leaves and a Bud teas, weather it is one of our organic green tea, white tea, or black tea. To help you with the task at hand here are the questions to ask yourself when sampling one of tea: 1. Describe the appearance of the dry leaves. Are they whole or broken? Are the leaves twisted or flat, regular or uneven? 2. Describe the color of the tea liquor (liquid). 3. Close your eyes and inhale. What does it smell like? 4. Now, slurp the tea-don’t worry about making loud noises. Spread it all over your tongue and mouth. What flavor notes do you detect? 5. Finally, swallow the tea. Is the finish (or aftertaste) long or short, … Continue reading
WHITE SALE! 20% off all white porcelain, including the Elephantino Tea Pot, and white teas this month! This individual Porcelain teapot with infuser and lid holds is the best home for your two leaves and a bud tea sachet! Now only $7.99 This is not your ordinary tea pot. Martin Hunt, featured in the permanent collection of London’s Victoria and Albert Museum, is one of the premier English tableware designers of the late 20th century. This whimsical porcelain tea pot is named for its little elephant shaped knob. Designed for use with loose tea or perfect for a single two leaves and a bud sachet!!
Today we did a tasting of Chamomile that we are now packing in Sri Lanka. This was some of the last of our available chamomile and it had a lot of stems in the original lot. In removing the stems, the tea became very dusty; it had many fewer of the full chamomile flower “heads” that we love. So we start, thinking this should pretty much taste the same as what we have had before – after all, it is the same chamomile; just more broken-up. Well, everyone in the office, as well as Eric our web-guy (who got me started on this whole blog-thing and happened to be visiting) agreed that the broken up flowers actually taste better! So, if you get some chamomile from us that seems less floral, please taste it! If you don’t like it, we … Continue reading
- WHITE SALE – 20% Off White tea and White Porcelain all of January! CHECK OUT OUR WINTER WHITE SALE White teas come from the Camellia Sinensis plant, just like green tea, oolong tea and black tea. But white tea is picked early in Spring when all the leaves are still in a bud and covered with fine white hair, hence the name, white tea. Production of white tea is similar to green tea with no fermentation but is even more subtle – the finest white teas are dried in the natural environment and always hand selected. The flavor of white tea can vary from light, sweet, savory or velvety. FREE SHIPPING TOO! on Ground orders over $50 within the continental US!
I have been asked by a number of people where one might find sachets like ours but without tea in them so they could fill them with whatever they like. Unfortunately, I don’t know of any source for these. However, my friend Sheri developed a wonderful use for our tea sachets: http://sherigaynor.typepad.com/livingourdreams/ Enjoy and have a wonderful 2009!