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In this episode I’ll break down different types of teas so you can know what to expect from each kind. Learn the differences between White, Green, Oolong, & Black teas. From the taste, to the brewing instructions, to the health benefits, this is your quick guide to tea. Cheers.

 

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In this episode, I take a look at a few more teas from Talbott Teas, including two teas created specially for Oprah (yes, THE Oprah). The first one is a very unique blend called Earl Grey Enchantment. Unlike most Earl Grey teas, this is a rooibos based tea, with a less bite and no caffeine. Second, I try Field of Purple Flowers, a green tea with peach flavors. This tea has a soft flavor, but is extremely soothing and easy to drink. Cheers.

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In this episode I try out a blended green tea called Oasis, made by Tea Forte. Tea Forte is starting to pop up all over in places like Nordstrom, Planet Beauty, Crate & Barrel, and a whole host of popular retail stores. You’ll probably recognize their pyramid infusers and their signature leaf, so I thought I’d give them a shot. They have a great line of tea accessories and a variety of teas to match. We already know their presentation is great, now it’s time to test the tea. Cheers.

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In this episode, I take a look at a smooth tea from Might Leaf Tea called Tropical Green Tea. It smells like gushers and taste like hookah – go figure. I was encouraged to try a tea from Mighty Leaf Tea by one of my fans on my Mr. Tea Facebook fan page, and after browsing the website, this is the one I chose. Also, they send free samples with every order, so I’ve got a few others to try shortly (very nice). Cheers.

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In this episode I take a look at three Japanese green teas from SA. The first, is an award winning green tea called Sen cha. This is their most popular tea, and in my opinion it was terrible. It was very vegitatious and tasted too “green” for my liking. The other two were much better. Genmai cha, also an award winning tea, had a much nuttier flavor and got away from the seaweed flavor of the previous. The final tea, Hoji cha, again had a much softer green flavor, with hints of roasted coffee and sushi (just try it and it will make more sense). With three very disctinct flavors, there’s a green here for everyone. Cheers.

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