skywarrior wrote:I lived in Colorado most of my life, so it pains me to say that their tea is terribly greasy. They do fine with tisanes, but regular tea is not that good, IMO.
Yes, I know I'm chiming in pretty late on this thread, but hey - I just joined! Here's some good news regarding Celestial Seasonings: there is a use for it. At least for their peppermint tea. What you do is brew up a big, strong batch of it (let it steep for about 30 min), then you pour it in a four-gallon bucket, mix in some baking soda, some white vinegar, and a bunch of hot water and you mop the ceramic tile kitchen floor. It works great and smells fabulous.
Just thought you'd like to know!
On another note, has anyone tried Choice? I quite like their teas - as far as bagged varieties go. Tazo tastes stale and "dusty" to me. Stash is nondescript.
My 2 cents.