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Mad Tea Musings

Taste Testing: Chocolate Éclair Black Tea!

Chocolate Éclair Black Tea!Tea Description: I originally blended this tea as the tea of the week for September 12, 2016. It was a huge hit and I received requests for its reblend pretty often. It always does my heart good to have people request that my own creations be reblended. So when the time came that I [...]

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Taste Testing: The Vanilla Marshmallow. (Black Tea)

 The Vanilla Marshmallow. (Black Tea)Tea Description: I crafted this blend as part of the black tea reblend trio even though it's not precisely a reblend. It's more like a re-imagined version of three past blends: Amethyst's Gold, French Vanilla Assam and Marshmallow Assam. I decided to bring these three teas together as inspiration for this, [...]

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Taste Testing: Boo-Berry Cotton Candy Zomba! (Green Tea)

Boo-Berry Cotton Candy Zomba!Tea Description: This tea is part reblend, part re-imagining. One tea that sold pretty well was the Boo-Berry Cotton Candy Green Tea that we reblended as part of a "You Choose the Reblend" incentive from our start-up Kickstarter campaign. I happened to have some Zomba Steamed green tea from the Satemwa Estate [...]

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Tea of the Week for October 23, 2017: Banana Zomba Green Tea!

 Banana Zomba Green Tea!Tea Description: I'm not big on bananas. I like them OK and I eat them every now and then, but they aren't my favorite fruit. However, when it comes to fruit flavored teas, well that's a totally different thing altogether. I absolutely LOVE banana flavored tea. So I decided to go totally BANANAS [...]

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Tea of the Week for October 16, 2017: Candied Pear White Tea!

 Candied Pear White Tea!Tea Description: When I was young, I used to love the candied apples that would come out this time of year. Not the caramel apples - oh, sure, I love caramel apples too - but the apples I'm referring to are the apples that had been dredged in a sticky, unnaturally red, [...]

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Tea of the Week for October 9, 2017: Foggy Coconut Black Tea!

 Foggy Coconut Black Tea!Tea Description: My inspiration behind this blend is one of my favorite coffee shop drinks: a London Fog Latte! I order mine with coconut milk and half the usual amount of vanilla syrup (otherwise, it's just too sweet!) One day as I was sipping on this drink, I found myself contemplating the [...]

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Tea of the Week for October 2, 2017: Chocolate Orange Rooibos!

 Chocolate Orange Rooibos!Tea Description: At one point, Frank created a Chocolate Orange Honeybush. To be honest, I don't really remember it - although I did review it and after reading my review, it would appear that I did enjoy it. Sadly, reading the review didn't help me to remember the tea. So that blend was in [...]

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September's Featured Reblend: Golden Yunnan Whiskey Sour!

 Golden Yunnan Whiskey Sour!Tea Description: To be honest, this isn't one that I had really planned upon reblending any time soon. Certainly not for this month's Featured Reblend. However, at the earliest testing stages, the originally planned Featured Reblend was not going in the direction I was hoping for so I made a lightning quick [...]

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Tea of the Week for September 25, 2017: Golden Mulberry Genmaicha!

 Golden Mulberry Genmaicha!Tea Description: I think I've only utilized mulberry in one other blend - and it was with a combination of berries so you didn't really get much MULBERRY from that blend - well, this blend makes up for that! This blend packs a mulberry wallop! I started with an organic Matcha infused Genmaicha blend [...]

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Tea of the Week for September 18, 2017: Is it Autumn Yet? (Honeybush/Rooibos Blend)

 Is it Autumn Yet?Tea Description: If the name of this tea doesn't give it away, my inspiration behind this blend was Autumn - or more specifically - getting summer over with already so we could start enjoying the cooler days of Autumn. Those who have read my reviews of the past are probably aware that [...]

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