Inquiring minds want to know what tea is in my cupboard. Today let me share a few that are my favorites.
First up is a lovely Darjeeling from Harney and Sons. They carry a variety of flavorful and really high quality teas. This darjeeling is one of my favorites.
I can not resist a mint tea and this one from Charleston Tea Plantation has a great flavor. Knowing that it is grown right here in the US and that I had the chance to tour the plantation a few years ago makes it even better. If you missed that post click here to read it click here to read it. But come right back, okay?
The next lovely black tea blend I am featuring is one I actually bought at the hospital gift shop when my mom had her hip replacement surgery. For Tea’s Sake was a new company for me and I bought a couple of selections that day. Afternoon Escape is a nice brew and I am hooked on it.
Teavana always offers some really fun blends and this herbal blend has a tropical feel and just look at those colors in the blend. Lovely.
My recent review of Plum Deluxe teas led me to fall in love with this Reading Nook Blend Black Tea. I am going to have to order some more because this one is going fast.
Another one from my foray into the hospital gift shop and this one, Skinny Sip, is a nice oolong tea which is one of my favorites. Yum.
Finally another offering from Harney and Sons and this time it is an aged Pu-erh selection. Full bodied and earthy this one is a great one to sip when I need a bit of inspiration.
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Thanks for sharing some of your favs! I love your photos.
Thank you, Jeni! 🙂
What a great selection. I love Harney and Sons teas. I had some on a cruise once and when I got home, ordered some from their website. A friend brought back some jasmine green tea from Thailand which I have been enjoying lately!
Ohhh Jasmine tea is yummy as well. There are just so many options, aren’t there?
Sometimes, I think I like the packaging as much as the tea….
I understand exactly! Pretty packages all tied up with string.
You did a really nice job with your photos featuring these creatively packaged and named teas.
Why thank you so much. It’s funny how many positive comments I got about that today both here and on Facebook, etc. Interesting how staging really does make a difference, right?
I love Teavana’s Wild Orange. I just love to smell it if nothing else.
I haven’t tried that one yet—another one to add to the list! 🙂
So interesting. Loved the pictures that showed the blends.
Thanks so much, Kim! I have quite a variety in my cupboard and this barely scratches the surface.
They all sound so good!! I am loving finding new varieties of loose tea since I got my teapot with strainer. I’m such a geek, but my favourite is one that has flavours based on characters from the show Peaky Blinders, and the Alfie Solomons character is dark chocolate and a little spice and it’s sooooo good.
OOH__chocolate and spice? Sounds perfect! And of course since it is based on Peaky Blinders it makes it even better!
Great job on the pictures and the reviews! Thanks!
Thanks so much! I seemed to get a lot of comments about my pictures today. Who would have thought?
They are justified. Well done, my friend.
From one tea addict to another. Have you tried Harney & Sons Paris Tea? It’s a must have in my larder.
No! Is this one I must try? Okay–off to check it out ! Thanks for the tip!