Jason Winters Original Blend Tea Bags™

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Boiling 4 min, 0 sec 1 g 12 oz / 354 ml

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  • “I found Sir Jason Winters and his company online; the Web site described a healing cup of herbal tea and explained his story. Intrigued, I emailed them to find out if I could include him in a story...” Read full tasting note
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  • “I have been drinking this tea for around five years, maybe more. From what I understand, the tea was created by an Englishman who was given a short amount of time to live; however, he claims this...” Read full tasting note
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From Sir Jason Winters International

These fine quality tea bags created from the original formula are the perfect, no hassle way of preparing our tea. Just dip a bag in a cup of boiled water and enjoy the distinctive taste of Jason Winters Tea. The perfect way to share a cup with family and friends. One tea bag makes up to 3 cups of tea! Find out why fine restaurants around the world have added Sir Jason Winter’s Herbal Tea to their menus.

Brewing Instructions: Place one tea bag in a cup of hot water and steep for 1-2 minutes. Agitate as desired to make stronger tea. One teabag will make up to 3 cups of tea. To ensure a stronger and more consistent tea, we have developed a proprietary method of pre-brewing our tea, by extracting the herbs and spraying the concentrate onto a base of Oolong tea.
Contains: Red Clover, Indian Sage Leaf, Oolong Tea Leaf, Herbalene® Blend (special spice). Naturally occurring caffeine.
Quantity: 20 Tea Bags
http://www.sirjasonwinters.com/teas.htm

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I found Sir Jason Winters and his company online; the Web site described a healing cup of herbal tea and explained his story. Intrigued, I emailed them to find out if I could include him in a story on my blog. Not only did I get permission to do that – and access to Sir Raymond Winters, his son! – I was also sent a variety of their teas to try.

I have since finished the story – and am hooked on their teas. I am not just saying that because the company was so nice to me and the teas were free. I’m saying this as a fan! I wrote the story for my blog here:
http://keenteathyme.blogspot.com/2011/05/simply-helping-people.html

Now, with all that disclaimer out of the way, on to the rating.

I have the bagged tea version of this (but am in the process of ordering the loose tea for myself). So while it is bagged, and pre-brewed (check out my story why), it is very tasty.

First off, I taste a strong oolong/black tea base. Second, the herbal taste: it’s hard to describe. Kinda minty, kinda soothing, refreshing, etc. This tastes like spiced tea – but it’s not overly spiced, for those of you who don’t care for spiced tea. The ingredients in SJW tea is trademarked and relatively secret, but I can tell you that after enjoying a cuppa SJW I feel more energized. I have the other varieties to rate as well (Raspberry and Peach are delicious).

I don’t recommend multiple infusions; also, I steep for the length of the cup, while SJW recommends 1-2 minutes. I like a bold, hearty, strong tea – and SJW’s Original Blend achieves that when I steep it as long as I want.

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I have been drinking this tea for around five years, maybe more. From what I understand, the tea was created by an Englishman who was given a short amount of time to live; however, he claims this special blend of herbs and tea saved his life. Why not drink it? I also have the green tea bags. I have tried the “original” flavoured with raspberry (it was a gift from the company)—I did not care for this as it was infused with stevia—I am not big on faux-sweetners, prefer cane sugar or honey. Sir Jason Winters’ Tea is my favourite!

Preparation
Boiling 4 min, 0 sec 1 g 12 OZ / 354 ML

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