Thursday, October 12, 2006
Tea Smith, Diversitea & More
If you're in Nebraska and you're itching for a cup of tea, be sure to check out the Tea Smith. If Nebraska's not on the itinerary, then check out their newly redesigned Web site.
This one might be the ultimate specialty tea. It's called Diversitea and it's designed to help divers reduce fatigue caused by multiple dives. Find out more here and in this article about the company here.
Garden of Life recently announced the launch of Living Foods Organic Teas. These are single-serve tea concentrates in liquid packets that you can mix with bottled or hot water. They are "from the pristine Wuyi Mountains of China," and come in traditional green tea, lemon-flavored green tea, and coffee-flavored oolong tea. More here.
If you're looking for more information on the Malaysian tea scene, you could start with this article from the Scotsman. It's a profile of Malaysia's Boh tea, whose Web site is located here.
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