Mike: Everyone knows monkeys pick the best things. Are bananas not awesome? Was the princess Donkey/King Kong kidnapped not hot?Continue Reading
Mike: Hojicha tea is normally not my favorite type of tea but Republic of Tea Hojicha is an elbow from the sky.Continue Reading
Mike: Benner tea is a brand of tea available at your local Aldi. I’m normally a fan of Aldi, good store wth inexpensive prices on a huge variety of groceries.Continue Reading
Dax: Rosamonte Yerba Mate takes me back to the serenity of Buenos Aires. Skating with all the homies, relaxing in the city, passin the ol’ mate gourd around: enriching and nourishing.Continue Reading
Mike: Wiseman Sencha Kombucha tea, available shortly at the Tea Amigos online tea store, is fire as hell. First, let me lay some teasan knowledge on you. Sencha is a traditional Japanese green tea.Continue Reading
Dax: Aftelier Purfumes comes correct once again with an Earl Grey Oolong Tea. One thing that I’m liking about these perfumed teas is the dainty little container that the samples come in.Continue Reading
Mike: Yogi Tea Chai Black is notable basically for only two reasons.
1. This chai tea goes great after a Subway wheat bread tuna sandwich toasted with pepperjack cheese along with every vegetable.
Mike: Here’s something you don’t hear everyday, “Mmmm, this is a really good fruit salad but it needs a little mangosteen.” I was at the grocery store when I passed by Lipton Green Tea Superfruit with Mangosteen and PeachContinue Reading
Dax: Argentina has some amazing yerba mate tea, no doubt, yet this special delivery by the name ofTaragui Mate Cocido was not up to the standards that my palate set for steepability. Yerba Mate is usually the go-to steep for me.Continue Reading
Mike: RELEASE THE KRAKEN! That’s what I screamed a few days ago. Generally the request fell on deaf ears but Dax heard me and popped open aHedley’s Organic Black tea canister. Hedley’s black tea is a natural oversteep […]Continue Reading