Ceylon Blends

The quality of Ceylon teas has been on a steady rise since tea plantations revived Sri Lanka’s agricultural industry when their coffee crops fell victim to disease. You can have a pure Ceylon tea from a particular estate or enjoy one of these delicious teas in a blend where their flavors harmonize with the qualities …

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Review — Stash White Christmas White Tea

Name: White Christmas White Tea Brand: Stash Tea Type: White tea, flavored Form: Paper tea bag, individually wrapped Review: The holidays are often a time of heavy, rich food that isn’t so easy on either the digestive system or the waistline. Simple, non-alcoholic, teas and tisanes can lighten the mood a bit while still maintaining …

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Tea, Food and More

It's no secret (or at least it shouldn't be) that tea goes great with just about any kind of food. As with wine, the trick is to figure out which teas and foods make the best match. In the world of wine, this function is typically carried out by an individual known as a sommelier. …

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Review — Stash Decaf Pumpkin Spice

Name: Decaf Pumpkin Spice Brand: Stash Tea Type: Black tea, flavored, decaffeinated Form: Paper tea bags, individually wrapped Review: Pumpkin Spice flavored teas and coffees are always a big hit this time of year, and Stash’s version brews up hot and spicy. Even better, it’s decaf so it won’t add to your pre-holiday jitters. While …

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Special T, Water Fans and More

It doesn't take much in the way of equipment to make a cup of tea. At its most basic this function can be carried out using some kind of device to heat the water and, if you're okay with using teabags, a mug or cup to steep them in. At the other end of the …

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More Dispatches from the World of Tea

Tea is grown and consumed the whole world over and, as we've been led to believe, is alleged to be the second most popular beverage in the world - after good old H2O. Here are a few more news flashes from that great wide world of tea. Did you hear the one about the tea-drinking …

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