A TIME FOR TEA SAMPLING

VINTAGE TEA SAMPLES

I received these samples in the mail this week and what a happy surprise. I have been in contact with this Vintage Tea, by email. They have been so helpful, to help me find the vanilla creme tea, that I bought in Florida and have lost contact with the business, where I bought my most favorite tea.

Vintage Tea sent me to their web site to see if any of the tea was familiar to me. I found a couple of possibilities. We also talked of a green tea, The green tea I have tasted, I have to say it has not been on my taste list. I am going to give all the samples a try. I have had a battle with breast cancer since 2002. I have been reading the book , THE GREEN TEA BOOK, by Lester A. Mitscher, PH.D., and Victoria Dolby Toews, MPH, I checked this book out of the Library. This book tells about how to use green tea to fight cancer, promote healing, and slow the aging process.

The samples were not just two of the favorites on my list, but a total of five different samples!
SAMPLES INCLUDED WERE:

Vanilla Cream, Earl Grey Cream, Rooibos Vanilla Jazz, Camelot, and Green Tea Paradise

These teas come in:

2 ounce bag- makes 20-25 cups

4 ounce tins – makes 40-50 cups

8 ounce pouch – makes 95-100 cups

ENCLOSED IN MY PACKAGE, WERE SAMPLES, A BROCHURE OF TEAS, AND INSTRUCTIONS ON HOW TO BREW EACH TYPE OF LOOSE LEAF TEA

I have found the strainer in this photo works well with my tea pot in one.
Vintage Tea carries this strainer. Their telephone number is:
770-752-8422


TIME FOR A TEA SAMPLING

I can’t hardly wait to try them all! I love my tea pot in one.

I will give you an update when I have my tea sampling.

Many thanks to Vintage Tea

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7 thoughts on “A TIME FOR TEA SAMPLING

  1. Hello Katherine, I enjoyed reading your post about tea…we love tea. I really enjoy it at night in the cooler months, or in the afternoon. My hubby and I have been to England and I’ve got to say I love having tea every afternoon. That is something I really enjoy!
    Thanks so much for stopping by my blog…and I really liked your idea about using pictures in the canning jar lids…great idea…I will definitely use that down the road!
    Blessings,
    Debbie

  2. Lady Katherine,
    Well, right of the bat I know I’m going to enjoy your blog…I have Old Country Roses china, too….

    I am a hot tea drinker as well as an iced tea drinker….your post was very informative…somehow I haven’t developed a taste for green tea…

    Thank you for dropping by and commenting of our gifts from Wales….

    Oh yes, for several years I had a flock of sheep and thoroughly enjoyed them…we moved away for a few years and had to sell them…I hurriedly explain to the buyer that they were all pets and not to be ‘eaten’…..Betty

  3. Hi again.
    If you want the little Halloween treat I left for you on my blog, this is how you take it..

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    Happy weekend to you .

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