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Favorite Blogs and Websites

  • The Tea Review Blog
    Reviews by a variety of tea experts
  • Twinings
    The tea blog of Twinings brand tea
  • Teapot Diversions
    A wide variety of topics, including an article about robots learning the Japanese Tea Ceremony. Definitely worth checking out!
  • palatabiliTEA
    If you're looking for in-depth reviews written poetically and with a sense of humor, this is the blog for you.
  • Tea. Uncomplicated.
    The author covers a variety of topics and includes the occasional video.
  • Adventures in Tea and Wine
    This blog is really great if you're looking for reviews of specific teas, with a very professional taster's style
  • Steph's Cup of Tea
    Apparently I'm not the only Stephanie tea drinker and blogger out there! She has a great blog that's also very popular, with a range of tea topics.
  • Health Benefits of Tea
    This site outlines some of the health benefits of tea, and which kinds are best.
  • 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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March 08, 2007



After reading about some of the health benefits of tea on your blog and article links I tripped off to our local Von's to stock up. I was disappointed. Yes, they had a smashing variety of teas but I was overwhelmed by the choices and once there, could not remember which ones to get. So I went home with a bag of coffee, stuck in a rut, once again.

Can you please suggest some specific tea brands and reliable sources to get peppermint tea (which I have not found in any stores here).

It would be wonderful if you could put together a "Shopping List" for those of use tea-novices trying to figure out what to get for what purpose. I am particularly interested in teas that have positive metabolic impact.

Thanks so much!


Stephanie Hanson

That's a great idea! I'll definitely do that in a near-future post!

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