Saturday, July 24, 2010

Enjoying Tea Review with Free Tea Samples

There is nothing better for me than a hot mug of tea early in the morning. In the summer, I usually limit my tea intake to one mug. But from Fall through Spring, you can usually find a half full mug nearby. Before last year, I hadn’t been very adventurous in my tea sampling. I drank green tea and I was happy with it. I occasionally had some lemon soother tea when I was sick, but that was about it. However, last year my dad began introducing me to all different kinds of tea. I instantly fell in love and he even bought me a tea maker for tea bags. With the tea maker, we have even been known to mix different flavors together to make a new flavor.


Just a few weeks ago, my tea taste buds expanded even further. Thanks to a wonderful company, Enjoying Tea, I was introduced to loose tea. How did I not know that you can make tea without tea bags? The wonderful people from Enjoying Tea, sent me their Smart Tea Maker and eight tins of samples tea. Among the eight, my favorites were Strawberry Black Tea and Provence Rooibos. I don’t even know how to pronounce the second one, but I love it!




The Smart Tea Maker is easy to use. You simply pour some dry tea into the maker and pour hot water in. Close the lid and let it steep to your desired taste. When your tea is ready, place it over your cup or mug and place it gently on top. The tea then seeps through the stainless steel filter, leaving the tea leaves behind. When you are ready to wash your Smart Tea Maker you can do it by hand or stick it in the dishwasher!


Enjoying Tea sells more than just loose tea leaves. They also sell tea bags, instant tea, tea sets, teapots, tea cups, and tea accessories. You should definitely go check out all their great teas. If you like what you see, they are offering free promotional tea. Just go HERE to order. Supplies are limited, so head over sooner than later. Thanks again to Enjoying Tea for allowing me to review some samples.


Disclosure: I received free samples to write the review. No monetary compensation was received. All opinions are my own.

3 comments:

Steadfast Ahoy! said...

What an inovative tea maker. Looks like it is easier to clean than a regular tea pot. I usually make my tea one cup at a time, dunking the tea bag to just barely colour the water. Lemon and mint together are my favs. Good review. Rosemary

blueviolet said...

I like that! I've never tried loose tea either, but I know that the flavor is better!

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