Review — Tiger Wing ChocoMint Mate

Name: ChocoMint Brand: Tiger Wing Type: Black tea / yerba mate blend Form: Paper bagged tea, individually wrapped Review: So what if it’s in a paper tea bag? This stuff is tasty! Plus, its a chocolate fix in a convenient, virtually calorie-free form. What’s not to love? For those of you not in the know, …

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Review — Tiger Wing Taro Vanilla Cream

Name: Taro Vanilla Cream Brand: Tiger Wing Type: Green tea, herbal blend Form: Paper tea bags, individually wrapped Review: Do you ever get cravings for a fingerfull of cake frosting? If so, try this tea. Yes, it really is that good. Tiger Wing (the bagged-tea producing offshoot of Golden Moon) blended green mate (a stimulant …

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Review — Tiger Wing Calmation

Name: Calmation Brand: Tiger Wing Type: Herbal tisane Form: Paper bagged tea, individually wrapped Review: This is a curious blend, even coming from those crazy folks over at Tiger Wing. They blended green mate, a stimulant herb from South America, with lavender and chamomile, two stalwarts of many a “bedtime” herbal blend. According to Tiger …

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Review — Tiger Wing Coconut Kava Cream

Name: Coconut Kava Cream Brand: Tiger Wing Type: Herbal tisane Form: Paper tea bag, individually wrapped Review: Coconut is one of my favorite things, and for some reason, coconut flavored teas and tisanes really hit the spot. The good folks over at Tiger Wing have once again created a nifty tisane that blends roasted mate …

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Review of Tiger Wing’s Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragonfruit

Name: Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragonfruit Brand: Tiger Wing Type: White tea and mate blend, flavored Form: Paper tea bags Review: Tiger Wing is a new tea brand that offers fun blends in convenient, paper tea bag form. Tiger Wing is a sister company to established tea retailer, Golden Moon, and takes a decidedly irreverent approach …

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