Posted on | November 25, 2015 | No Comments
With several different varieties of black tea, Ringtons has a tea you will enjoy.
Ringtons Breakfast Blend comes in a box of 100 tea bags. It is a rich and hearty tea, although usually consumed at breakfast, is perfect any time of day.
Ringtons Kenyan Gold is a rich and luxurious tea that comes in a box of 80 tea bags. Tea leaves used to make this tea come from Kenya’s Rift Valley, which are often considered to be among the world’s best tea leaves.
Best-described as an English favorite, Ringtons Traditional Blend uses tea leaves for family tea farms Ringtons has developed relationships with.
If you prefer loose tea, you can try Ringtons Northumbrian Blend Loose, their oldest variety of tea.
Finally, if you need decaffeinated, Ringtons Decaf Tea is a caffeine-free tea that tastes like real tea.
Posted on | November 24, 2015 | No Comments
Ringtons Tea, an English favorite, is now available in the US. If you are unfamilar with Ringtons, this new report will give some background.
Posted on | November 23, 2015 | No Comments
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With the large variety of tea available, it is hard to find a totally unique flavor of tea. But, the King Cole Chocolate Peppermint Tea is a perfect option for the holidays. However, unlike most other similar flavors, this is a black tea with real tea leaves and not an herbal tea.
Posted on | November 18, 2015 | No Comments
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For an organic green tea that tastes great and is a good value, try King Cole Organic Green Tea in boxes of 48 tea bags. Also, King Cole Chocolate Peppermint Tea is a unique tasting flavored black tea that is perfect for the holiday season.
Posted on | October 30, 2015 | No Comments
This is a commercial from Tetley Tea offered here just because we like the Tetley Teafolk.
Posted on | October 28, 2015 | No Comments
In this image, you can see SD Bell Tea conducting a tea tasting.
Just after sampling NEW SEASON Assam teas. All tasted fabulous!!! Perks of the job. pic.twitter.com/GunRbIEYF6
— S.D. Bell’s (@sd_bells) July 9, 2015
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The observant tea drinker will discover a meaning in this video. Comment below or tweet if you know.keep looking »