Teasia International Series lets you sip local, brew from around the globe. You take a trip around the world with this international series without leaving the comfort of your own home. Each tea has been selected from the unique geography and quintessential flavors from the popular British Earl Tea which is a timeless classic British black tea flavor with oil of bergamot, adding a sweet and light citrus aroma. The pleasant and fresh finish after each sip makes this a perfect afternoon tea. English Breakfast Tea is one of the world’s most popular black tea blends recognized with its robust in full-bodied flavor originate in from Assam, Ceylon, and Kenya. They have added a twist to this classic By adding Taiwan black tea leaves to the traditional Kenyan and Ceylon blend. Genmaicha Green Tea this is a traditional Japanese popularly known as popcorn tea for the grains of rice that popped during the roasting process.
The roasted rice lens to the rich and nutty aroma that blends perfectly with green tea and everyday use has been known to curb a hungry appetite. Honeybush Tea is cultivated during the flowering. Of the honeybush plant, which is only grown in small areas of South Africa. This naturally caffeine free tea has a distinctive honey taste and is commonly enjoys up with milk and sugar or over ice.
My Opinion: my favorite out of all four these teas is the Honeybush as I like the honey taste but you could use the Earl Grey tea and make an iced tea with it. I think a box of 36 single serve cups that is Keurig and Keurig 2.0 compatible is a great deal. As you know Teasia allows you to use the cup two times before you throw it away or recycle it along with use in natural teas made from the highest quality ingredients from around the world.
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