HopeChest Premium Loose Leaf Teas


                              HopeChest  Premium  
                                 Loose Leaf Teas

                               June 2012

Loose
Type
Description
Lady Londonderry
B
Always a favorite, a perfect blend of black with
strawberry & lemon hints, great for afternoon tea
Buckingham Palace
Garden Party
B
Delicate Earl Grey and jasmine, delightful for afternoon tea settings
English Breakfast
B
A perfect breakfast tea with good body
and full tea flavor notes
Irish Breakfast
B
A stout robust blend of Kenya and Assam teas
for early morning to start your day
Blarney Blend
B
A strong brisk flavory morning tea with a
surprise -  tiny shamrocks for a lucky day
Windsor Castle
B
Lively flavor from Ceylon, maltiness from
Assam,  and toasty notes from Darjeeling
Hooghly  Holler
B
Full-bodied pungent tea combining Earl Grey and Vanilla green with a flavory Assam
Cream Earl Grey
B
A flavory Earl Grey mellowed with a
delicious creamy taste
Le Marche Spice
B
 Hints of cinnamon, apples,
and oranges
Menage a Tea
B
A full-bodied tea with brightness and a
dried berry fresh market character
Wild Blackberry
B
Piquant and berry-ish makes it great hot and even better iced.  Sweeten with honey for a real treat.
Black Currant
B
Deep black currant aroma and flavor,
great as an iced tea
Ginger Peach
B
Spicy ginger is mellowed with the sweet character of peaches, great iced
Sencha Kyoto Cherry Rose
G
A stunning blend of high quality green tea with sweet cherry and morning rose flavor
Long Island Strawberry
G
Sweet strawberry and papaya pieces round out
this exceptionally smooth green tea
Scottish Caramel Pu-Erh
B
The earthiness of  pu-reh fuses with caramel
for a sweetly decadent finish, dessert in a cup
Sleepy Hollow
Pumpkin Chai
B
Warming and comforting in the chai tradition, guaranteed to ease the chills
Green Tea Chai
G
Green tea blended with fresh Asian spices,
to be made with milk and sugar

Type:    B – black
                                    G – green                 See "Quantities and Pricing" Page
                                    O – oolong
                                    W – white
                               

2 comments:

Still Woods Farmhouse said...

Stopping by on a link from eye-dyllic's blog. I am also your newest follower! I must admit that I am a coffee drinker, but also love a good cup of tea. Looking forward to learning more about those "loose" leaf teas. Would love for you to stop by Still Woods Farmhouse for a visit. Bring your teas and I will make us something yummy to go along!
Blessings from Still Woods

The HopeChest said...

Thanks, Still Woods. So glad I could peak your interest. As you see, my self-blended teas are for sale. Just let me know. I just visited your blog - lovely - and would so like to visit in person someday. Maybe we could work something out. Email me where in Mississippi. I have a good friend with family near Hattiesburg (I think - I'll have to check on that).