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REVIEW - Billimalai Long Ding By The Tea Shelf

Description of Tea
The dry leaves are narrow, flattened olive-green tea buds, about 2.5cm – 4cm in length. The aroma is earthy, … 172 more words


Tea Review 6 - Fortnum & Mason Queen Anne

Queen Anne is a blend of Assam and Ceylon tea leaves created in 1907 to celebrate Fortnum & Mason’s bicentennial. It is similar to Fortnum & Mason’s  143 more words

Laoshan Black, Verdant Tea

he dry leaves are a very beautiful black color with little highlights on the leaves. It smells a bit like chocolate and is even in size and color. 82 more words

Tea for Tuesday: Review of Mrs. McCartney's Liverpool Red Tea

Mrs. Angie McCartney’s Organic Teas

Liverpool Red Tea

Tea(s) From: South Africa

Region(s): Cederberg

Antioxidant Level: Medium

Caffeine Content: None – Caffeine Free Herb

My method for making tea:  Pour .5 litre bottle of spring water into kettle and bring to boil.   271 more words


Margaret's Hope Single Origin

he dry leaves are slightly grassy and slightly chocolatey in smell. The leaves are beautiful, varying a bit in size and color.

The wet leaves are a medium brown color with light olive highlights and smell mossy.
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Lapsang Souchong- Mikuniya Zengoro

I’ve heard a lot about this tea and was very excited to try it!

The dry leaves almost smell like rubber, but in a lighter and subtle way. 136 more words