Monday, March 2, 2015

Leah's Tea Recommendations: Loose Leaf and Bagged Tea

Today I decided to make a little list of teas that I recommend to the readers of the UK and US. On the first image, you'll find the best places to acquire loose leaf tea, which is the highest quality of tea. The second graphic depicts the best bagged tea you can find in The UK or the US. Many people on Twitter have asked me recommendations on what brands they can trust, well here they are.

A couple exceptions should be noted. Lipton is on my graphic, but only for bagged tea. Their loose leaf tea is not good at all. Tiny tiny pieces and not a very good taste. However, their bagged tea here in the UK is quite nice and in the US if you're looking for something as simple as black tea gets, it's a great option. I hope you enjoy these graphics as much as I did making them. If you see a brand and want further recommendations on what kind of tea you'd like in that certain brand, comment below or tweet me (click the bird on the side bar) and I'll happily help you find a delicious tea.

Current tea I'm drinking: Twinings' (bagged) vanilla black tea. Oh so good! Below the graphics see the little note I've left for people interested in a tea exchange.






If anyone is interested in exchanging tea, I'm looking to do that. I think it would be fun to trade tea from anywhere in the world. If you're interested, click whichever contact link best suits you on the right. I'm in the UK, but I would be willing to ship to other countries!

PS- many tea companies I have listed are on my Amazon store. I have one for the UK and one for the US. Check them out!

Go to Leah's Tea Store US

Go To Leah's Tea Store UK

Leah

7 comments:

  1. This is great information, and appreciate knowing where to purchase them. Hugs...
    www.intheknowwithro.blogspot.com

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  2. Thanks for stopping by, RO!

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    1. Love visiting and learning. Curious - you're so knowledgeable about tea. Did it start at an early age that you fell in love with it, or recently. Really enjoy the things you share. Happy Tuesday!

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  3. Hello again RO, always a pleasure when you stop by. I began drinking tea when I was a young girl and just never stopped. It was definitely amplified when I was in college and I stumbled upon a loose leaf tea shop. I began my collection at age 19 and haven't stopped! Have a great day! :)
    Leah

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  4. I can't wait to check out some of your recommendations!

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  5. Happily, we get UK tea here - cheers from Canada! ;)

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