An Amazing Tea

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Last Updated on May 20, 2015 by Chef Mireille

Hi:
Well I tried one of the teas I bought a few weeks ago when I went to the Coffee and Tea Festival and this tea just blew me away that I had to blog about it.

Some of you may know that I blend my own teas (and some of you have event tried them) and am in the process of launching my product line, so I know teas. I know about flavors and blending, etc. This tea – it is called Kyoto and the brand name is Tay Tea is simply amazing – the smell and taste is just so intense – It is a green tea with rose petals and cherry blossoms. The cherry blossoms add such a fruitiness to the tea and so much natural sweetness that sugar is not needed and I am a sugar fiend. It is just bursting with natural flavor.

I am not sure where you can get it, but try Fairway and any other place that will sell artisanal teas – probably Whole Foods as well. I will look around as well and let you know where I encounter it.

For all you tea lovers out there, you will not be disappointed by Tay Tea’s Kyoto!!


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