Tea with Milk vs. Non-Dairy Creamer

Some teas are meant to be enjoyed with milk. But what if no milk is available? Recently, I was working in an office where this dilemma presented itself. My options were to either bring milk in with me (not very practical) or settle for the non-dairy creamer the employer generously provided. Non-dairy creamer won. For …

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Review of Caribe by Harney & Sons

Name: Caribe Brand: Harney & Sons Type: Green and black tea blend, flavored Form: Silky tea bags Review: Caribe is, as its name suggests, a tea flavored with the tropics in mind. It is a blend of both green tea, black tea, marigold, and cornflower with strawberry, coconut, guava and hibiscus flavors added. The tea …

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Some Thoughts on Teatotallers

The image of befeathered patriots dumping tons of tea into Boston Harbor conjures strong feelings even today. Even more so in the eighteenth century. You may have read my previous article about the feelings of those early Americans towards our favorite beverage. Today, we drink tea out of choice, among a plethora of other beverages. …

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