Category Archive: Tea Reviews

Lapsang Souchong Black Tea – Caffeine Content, Smokiness, & Reviews

Lapsang souchong, widely known as a “smoky tea” or “smoked tea”, is a Chinese black tea, originating in the Wuyi mountains, which is dried over pine smoke. The pine smoke imparts a unique smoky quality to the aroma of the tea, which, in its smokier incarnations, is described as having an aroma similar to campfire …

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Best Black Tea Brands – My Personal Favorite Tea Companies For Loose-Leaf

Because they have different tastes, tea lovers rarely agree on which teas are best, and they also do not agree on. This article aims to address the question of what the best brands of black tea are, but rather than offering a global answer to this question, it presents my own personal opinion, of my …

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Tulsi (Holy Basil) Tea Reviews

Tulsi (Holy Basil) Tea Reviews – My Reviews Of Loose Leaf Tulsi And Tea Bags Tulsi tea, or holy basil tea, is an herbal tea made from a species of basil plant that is a cousin of the familiar sweet basil plant used in much of Western cooking. This article gives some of my personal …

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Lipton Black Pearl Tea – A Review of Flavor, Price/Value, and Alternatives

Lipton is best known for their generic black tea, a finely broken grade of tea sold in plain paper tea bags, that, while frowned upon by many connoisseurs, at least offers consistent quality. But in recent years, Lipton has branched out into more high-quality or premium teas. One of these offerings is Lipton’s black pearl …

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Lipton Green Tea Reviews – Pure and Flavored, for Taste and Health Benefits

Lipton is best-known for its flagship product, their basic black tea, available in teabags in nearly every mainstream supermarket in the U.S. However, Lipton also sells green tea, including both pure green and flavored teas, blended with other ingredients including lemon, orange, and other fruit flavorings. On this page I will review Lipton’s green teas, …

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