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Top Ten Teas of 2016

 

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Top Ten Teas of 2016

 

 

1) Autumn Harvest Green Pu'er Tea by Misty Peak Teas

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2) Genmaicha Green  Tea with Toasted Rice by The Tao of Tea

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3) Savory Tea - Garden Sampler by Numi Organics

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4) Rose Petal Black Tea by The Tao of Tea

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5) Mint & Citrus Fruit Tea by Buddha's Herbs

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6) Lapsang Souchong by The Spice & Tea Exchange

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7) Serenitea by Physical Graffitea

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8) St. John's Wort by Buddha's Herbs

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9) Organic Tea Sampler by PIQUE Teas

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10) Rwanda Rukeri by Adagio Teas

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The tea at the top of my list was one of my favorites even in 2015. I just can’t get enough of Autumn Harvest Pu’er by Misty Peak Teas! Check out the collaboration (above) that I performed with Nicholas Lozito, founder of Misty Peak Teas and learn more about Pu’er and what it’s like growing up on a Pu’er farm.

 

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Which tea did you like best in 2016?

 

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