You can see by my aviatar, I am a manic tea drinker. I would love to have some suggestions from those who share my love of tea, as to a tea I may not know about for a gift for a pal. Do you have a "special" tea, that you enjoy? I love PJ Tips, but, I wanted maybe, something exotic, or unique, but hot an herbal blend.....any suggestions are appreciated. P.S. I do know about Stash teas.....
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Well - I am a tea drinker too - I do have to jump start my day with Coffee, but after that it is tea - any type basically, tho' I don't love the reds very much.
Last year I bought one of those glass teapots and the tea flowers - it is just so lovely when it "blooms" before your eyes - it is more of a green type tea, they do come in differnt flavors - I love the jasmin ones.
I am a big fan of the Tazo teas. They have an orange one that is quite delightful.
I have a Cinnamon Plum that I enjoy immensely, it is by Republic of Tea.
I just made a big on-line order at their website on Saturday.
Often I visit the Bigelow tea site as well. They have all the old standards, I love Constant Comment and of course Earl Grey.
They have some nice tea accoutraments as well.
I'm a tea lover too, but not much help I'm afraid, because I only like plain old Orange Pekoe, preferably Salada. Not a fan of flavoured and specialty teas.
I also collect tea pots, perhaps that might be an idea for your tea-loving friend!
Jen, I loved your expression - "have a tea-lightful day"!
When in London we went to a big hotel to have tea like the Londonners,
then talking with a lady she recommended the "breakfast tea".Since that,
it is the kind we drink with english scones. Have a nice day.
I am no help, Not much of a tea drinker at all. Occasionally I enjoy a cup of flavored teas, mint, cinnamon apple or something like that. Coffee is my vice.
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