When I think of India, I tend to think of black teas from Assam and Darjeeling, so I have to admit, I am pretty excited to try three different oolongs! Two are blends, and one is a straight tea. Since oolongs can vary based on production, I am curious to see how these will taste.
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India is known for their chai teas. So, when I saw that Teabox had a handful of chai blends, I was very excited, especially since none of them had cinnamon (which gives me a headache). I will be trying three blends – one green, and two blacks. Let’s jump in!
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Comparing Thursday is here again! Today, I will be trying two green teas and a black tea. Looking back, I thought these teas would taste good together because each blend had some floral ingredients in them. One way to find out!
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A few weeks ago, I tried a flight of white teas from Teabox. Since I’ve only ever had a few white teas, I was surprised at how different each one was! This week is green teas from the same brand. I grouped these three together based on the palate profile provided by the company which noted that these teas all had a vegetable or green taste.
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Over the past holiday season, I noticed that Teabox had a large range of sample packs. Teabox is an Indian tea brand that was founded in 2012. Based on their website, they have a nice selection of teas and a few of their sets caught my eye, so I had to buy them!
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