Author Archives: Teaman

Ginger Peach Tea

Over the weekend, a friend served me a large mug of Ginger Peach tea from devotea.com. I have to confess, flavored teas have never been high on my list of things to drink.  That said, I found the tea quite … Continue reading

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Chinese Tea Jars

The tea jar is as ubiquitous in China as the travel mug is in the US.  The jar is typically available in polycarbonate, stainless steel, or glass, and includes a sealed cap and a removable filter screen. The idea is … Continue reading

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Highland Blend

Highland Blend is a custom blend of Chinese and Indian teas offered at devotea.com. The dry tea has the look of a typical English Breakfast blend, but the similarity fades once the tea is brewed.  The aroma is earthy, like … Continue reading

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t-sac tea filter review

The convenience of a teabag with you own favorite tea inside. Sounds like a great idea. Is it? The t-sac tea filter is a light weight bag made from unbleached filter paper. It comes in a range of sizes from … Continue reading

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Chatsford Teapots

The Chatsford teapot system was originally designed and patented by The London Teapot Company. Their unique method of incorporating a large nylon mesh infuser within the Chatsford teapot continues to make the Chatsford one of the best teapots for preparing … Continue reading

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Royal Patrician Closed

Bad news for lovers of English made china teaware!  US importer Royal Patrician closed as of May 8th.  We still have some inventory left on the four patterns we carry.  If you’ve been thinking about buying or adding to a … Continue reading

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TE3017 Welsh Morning

Welsh Morning is fundamentally an English Breakfast blend. Expect a cup with good body and a mix of Ceylon brightness with Assam maltiness. This blend is heavier on the malty side than typical packaged English Breakfast blends, though not as … Continue reading

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