I’m starting to make a list of places in Seattle to try tea. My first stops (hopefully in the next week or two)—Panama Hotel Tea House in the ID, and the Teavana store at Bellevue Square. Any other suggestions?
www.anursesherbaltea.com/ Organic essiac dry and filled qts. Free booklet. USA grown herbs
www.7-eleven.com/Thirsty Coffee, juice or whatever makes morning bearable. At 7-Eleven.
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After a wine tasting party with friends, I’ve decided to host a tea tasting party. Everyone can bring their faves or teas they want to try. I’ll buy some of the teas recommended by 43 Things users. Results to come!
I like the concept of drinking tea, and I have a tea kettle, but I have yet to find a tea that I’m excited about drinking. Maybe it’s because I keep hoping it’ll taste like my Great Aunt Edith’s iced tea, which was really more like sweet lemonade with just a splash of tea.