In China, dragons are symbols of beauty and wisdom. I steeped a pot of this tea for my humans and they seemed wiser and more beautiful (honest!). Dragonwell is a well in China. The area around it is known for growing exceptional tea, like this: http://is.gd/dYsrr
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Huge leaf pieces. I thought I would be far too little a teapot to steep this tea for my humans, but I managed. For an organic tea, tasted pretty good. http://lyt-tea-reviews.blogspot.com/2010/07/review-california-tea-houses-buddha.html
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Sipping on this tea made my humans much nicer. Then, the effect wore off. Need more! http://lyt-tea-reviews.blogspot.com/2010/07/review-california-tea-houses-silver.html
Who can act normal with a tea like this? Certainly not my humans (as if they ever act normal, at least in this little teapot’s estimation). We all got to try this black tea from Jimmy at Shui Tea (the guy that on Twitter drinks straight from his teapot – yeah, that guy!). http://is.gd/dp3I1
Bagged but the pieces are big enough to cut the bag open and steep the tea loose, which is what my humans did. Didn’t help the taste, though. http://lyt-tea-reviews.blogspot.com/2010/07/review-boston-tea-companys-bentley.html
Organic but still good. No downy leaves here, but, yes, it’s a white tea. My humans tried it hot and chilled. http://lyt-tea-reviews.blogspot.com/2010/07/review-teagschwendners-south-india.html
A fairly new tea vendor, but some awesome teas. So honored to be among those who have been able to try them. This little teapot says “Thanks!” http://lyt-tea-reviews.blogspot.com/2010/07/review-shui-teas-imperial-mountain.html
Chamomile is one of the few herbals my humans tolerate. This picky teapot agrees, especially when it’s this one. http://lyt-tea-reviews.blogspot.com/2010/07/review-english-tea-stores-nile-delta.html
Quickly becoming the bagged tea of choice for my humans. Yes, bagged tea. They still strongly prefer loose leaf tea, so don’t get too disheartened. This is just a GOOD bagged tea. http://lyt-tea-reviews.blogspot.com/2010/06/review-english-tea-stores-barrys-gold.html
In a nylon sachet and larger pieces than other orange flavored teas. Still, why confine those wonderful bits in a sachet? http://lyt-tea-reviews.blogspot.com/2010/06/review-mighty-leafs-orange-dulce-black.html
It’s bagged, so… still, my humans did their best to give it a fair review. http://lyt-tea-reviews.blogspot.com/2010/06/review-republic-of-teas-orange-blossom.html