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One of the things I love most is talking about tea with anyone, anywhere at anytime! I want to know what they love or detest and why that is.  Some of the most common comments I hear are that people find green tea to be bitter (but that's another blog... Read More

Move over, pumpkin spice lattes... there's a new sweet treat in town, and it has the perfect blend of autumnal flavors. Oh, ya. Black tea with all your favorite spices of the season.  This smooth black tea fills the air with the luscious aroma of a freshly baked autumnal pie. It's... Read More

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