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  • Health Benefits of Tea
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  • UK Tea Council
    This is the website of the UK Tea Council, and no one loves tea more than the Brits!
  • Republic of Tea
    A great source for both loose leaf and bagged tea in airtight tins. My favorite product is their tea jam, available in several flavors.

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September 16, 2009

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Marlena

HArneys and I think Simpson and Vail also hav nice little tins for their teas.

Donna

Welcome to the foodie blogroll!

Kitchen Butterfly

I don't have the tins but I've tasted the tea from Revolution - very nice. I take my tea bags...in their boxes or in zippy bags

Jason Witt

These tins do look good, and I could use one for Puerh when I want to take some with me. I like to put a mini tuo cha (bowl-shaped piece of Puerh) in my pocket when I'm out on the town. Then I take a stainless steel travel cup and get hot water at coffee shops. I just steep the Puerh leaves in it and it's no problem because Puerh can handle the longest steeping times. I have the option of getting more hot water later on too, for multiple infusions. Tuo chas tend to be individually wrapped, too, so they don't get too dirty in transit. http://www.jasonwitt.org/teaternity.html

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