|A tea tin. Keeps your tea fresh and all, though any air-tight container will do just as well. These are pretty, though, and good for gifts :D|
|50 gram bags of loose leaf tea, and a tin. Lupicia also sells tea bags, but I don't usually buy those.|
|You can use paper filters in teapots, too.|
|All of the specific tea-brewing instructions are printed on the label. Handy, right?|
Tokio: The aroma is delicate but sweet, and I get mostly strawberry from it. The tea itself is subtly sweet and still very delicate, with a light green tea flavor and just the hint of berry sweetness. Perfect for summer, and I think it would be great iced, too.
Kamairicha "Takachiho:" A heavier flavored tea - it has substance to it, an a more earthy flavor. I often get in the mood for a traditional green tea like this, so I make sure I always have one on hand.
Peach Melba: I'm not a fan of the rooibos flavor, but this is a mellow and caffeine-free tea, so it's nice for night time.
|This newsletter gives instructions on cold-brewed tea, and features the summer flavors. They're all pretty interesting; a lot of them feature recipes, or brief histories of tea. Love! The tea sample is great, too.|
Hopefully I haven't bored you too much :D I like tea. What kinds of foodie things do you indulge in?