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The Haunt is on for Halloween Tea! by Laura Childs

Sunday, October 26th 2014 @ 5:54 PM

File this under, “I had no idea!”  Adagio Teas is offering five different specially blended Halloween Teas.  The one that intrigues me is their Happy Halloween Tea, a blend of black tea, cinnamon, ginger, cocoa nibs, and orange peel. 

But there’s also A Taste of Jack Tea, with black tea, orange peels, spices, cinnamon, cloves, and cardamom, as well as Caramel Apple Candy Corn Tea, Trick or Treat Tea, and Howl at the Moon Tea.

 

 

Which just goes to prove there really is a tea for every occasion!

Enjoy!

 ~ Laura Childs

 

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LAURA CHILDS is the New York Times bestselling author of the Tea Shop Mysteries, Scrapbook Mysteries, and Cackleberry Club Mysteries. In her previous life she was CEO/Creative Director of her own marketing firm, authored several screenplays, and produced a reality show. She is married to Dr. Bob, a professor of Chinese art history, enjoys traveling, and has two Shar-Peis. See LauraChilds.com

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Nicholas Lozito
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a guest said on Monday, November 24th 2014 @ 8:02 AM:

Wonderful article, so fun to hear about other people's views on tea and culture. I have been living with a family of tea farmers in Xishuangbanna Yunnan in Southwestern China, the birthplace of tea. The first tea the world ever had is what we now call Puer tea, raw Puer. After spending much time with this family, I have been able to share this tea with folks. The culture, the love, and the way this tea makes you feel is incomparable and the tea is all from one family, one farm.


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