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Looking for special tea

Postby teachat » Jun 7th, '05, 15:19

I was at a shower recently in New Jersey at a tea room called Mrs. Wedgewood's. (Moorestown)
I had a flavored tea called "nutcracker", which was terrific. It is a wonderful tea for a chilly fall day.
Has anyone else heard of it? I'm trying to find a way to order more,,,NJ is not very close to where I live.
any online tea sites would be welcome!

Melissa Hickey
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Postby teachat » Jun 7th, '05, 15:19

Melissa-

Thanks for the post.

Please describe the flavor of the tea... we'll gladly recommend something!

Cheers,

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Postby teachat » Jun 7th, '05, 15:20

tea blender for health

Hi,

I am looking for a place in NYC that would blend a tea specific to my health needs. I am not consuming caffeine any more and I would love to tap into the healthy benefits of green and red teas, both for skin and antianging. Do you know of a place that does these specific blendings?

Thanks for your help.

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Postby teachat » Jun 7th, '05, 15:20

I am looking to purchase Mariage frere french breakfast tea. Any suggestions?

Thanks

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Postby teachat » Jun 7th, '05, 15:20

Chermae--

Thanks for the post.

You May wish to peruse the website of an internet store called Sloan Hall-- i know they used to carry Mariage Freres.

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Postby teachat » Jun 7th, '05, 15:21

Go to www.letsdotea.com. They carried a Nutcracker Suite tea, which they have since discontinued. I don't know if it's a seasonal carry or not. I heard that it is very good. I recently became a consultant for Let's Do Tea and would be happy to share with you what I discover. By the way, you cannot purchase their teas online; only through a consultant. Please e-mail me if you are interested. My name is NOT yet listed on the consultant list as I will be a consultant effective January 1, 2005.
My e-mail address is lowcyn@aportonline.com.

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Postby teachat » Jun 7th, '05, 15:21

I am looking for sturdy, and rather unusual teaspoons for afternoon tea. Does anyone have a low cost suggestion? Website or store in AZ.

Thanks!

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Postby teachat » Jun 7th, '05, 15:21

I believe Celestial Seasonings carried a Nutcracker something.

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Postby teachat » Jun 7th, '05, 15:21

Celestial seasons "Nutcracker Sweet" have a wonderfully hearty taste do to the Nutmeg and cinnamon. If you like that flavor you should try the Custom blends and mix: 30% cinnamon, 20% rum, 30% Almond, 20% cream. while brewing the tea add a dash of nutmeg (coarsely ground unless you use paper filter). This flavor should satisfy the pallet and is great for after-dinner relaxing.

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