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Black Orchid

Today’s tea is Black Orchid, and it is a flavored vanilla black tea from Mariage Freres. I can really smell the vanilla as soon as I open the familiar glossy black tin. The tea itself is very black, with a … Continue reading

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Pumphrey’s Blend

Good morning, today’s tea is Pumphrey’s Blend, and it is a unique blend of black and green teas from Peet’s Coffee & Tea.┬áThe black teas come from India and China and there is green tea and jasmine scented green tea … Continue reading

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Kangaita Breakfast

Today’s tea is Kangaita Breakfast, and it is an African black tea from Rare Tea Republic. What I like about Rare Tea Republic is that the labels on the bags are hand written and they tell you not only where … Continue reading

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Earl Grey Lavender (organic)

Today’s tea is Earl Grey Lavender. It is an organic black tea from The Jasmine Pearl Tea Merchants out of Portland, Oregon. I received this as a sample in my order in a cute little package with just enough tea … Continue reading

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Bombay Breakfast (organic)

Today’s tea is Bombay Breakfast. It is an organic black tea from The Jasmine Pearl Tea Merchants located in Portland, Oregon. They have a store front as well as an online store. An interesting note is that you order tea … Continue reading

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French Breakfast

Today’s tea is French Breakfast, and it is a black tea from Mariage Freres, out of Paris, France. Ah, oui, oui. I purchased a tin of this tea years ago, and then forgot about it until I was given one … Continue reading

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Irish Breakfast

Today’s tea is Irish Breakfast, and it is a black tea from Peet’s Coffee & Tea. Irish Breakfast traditionally has Assam tea in it. But funny enough, they don’t drink Irish Breakfast in Ireland, or so I’m told. At least … Continue reading

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