Fair Trade Tea from Punjana

February 5, 2009

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If you concerned about the workers picking your tea, then try Punjana Fair Trade.  It is a 100% Fair Trade certified tea made of tea leaves from Assam India and Kenya.  Punjana Tea has been making tea since 1896.

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Irish Breakfast Tea from Punjana

February 3, 2009

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Irish Teas are very popular.   One brand of Irish Breakfast Tea worth trying is from Punjana.   We realize Punjana Tea may be unfamiliar to many in the US, but they have been making tea in Ireland since 1896.  Surpise your friends this St. Patrick’s day and serve Punjana, they will be impressed.

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Try English Breakfast Tea with a Russian Twist

February 2, 2009

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Fans of English Breakfast Tea can now try it with a Russian twist.  Now, you can try Kusmi English Breakfast Tea in a 4.4 ounce tin of loose tea. Kusmi Tea is of Russia heritage and dates back to the pre Russian Revolution of 1917.

Kusmi English Breakfast is a blend of black tea from Ceylon and Assam. It is a strong tea to accompany breakfast. Kusmi English Breakfast brews a mixture of very dark green and brown verging on black. The tea is delicious plain, sweetened or with a dash of milk.

It is made from tea of India and Ceylon.

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Kusmi Individually Wrapped Tea Bags Now Here

January 30, 2009

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Now, you can take your favorite Kusmi Tea Bags with on the road.  Individually wrapped tea bags are available for a variety of Kusmi Teas.   Each box has 50 individually wrapped tea bags.

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Learn About Punjana Tea

January 29, 2009

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Learn more about Punjana Tea of Ireland with this video.  Punjana Tea has been producing tea in Belfast, Northern Ireland since 1896.  Video courtesy of FoodBev.com, which delivers the latest global food and drink industry news, analysis, comment and opinion from the leading international publisher, Zenith International Publishing.

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It’s Here: Punjana Tea from Ireland

January 28, 2009

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Fans of Irish Tea now have another to enjoy: Punjana Tea.  Now, you can get the same Punjana Tea available in Ireland.  Choose from Punjana Irish Breakfast, Punjana Decaf and Punjana Fair Trade.

Based in Belfast, Northern Ireland, Punjana is the market leader in Northern Ireland and has been blending top quality teas from Assam and Kenya since 1896. It remains a respected family owned and managed business.

“We are immensely encouraged by the interest in our quality blends and the company’s heritage. We’ve found customers to be fascinated by the company’s history and impressed by the provenance of all our teas,” said Ross Thompson, third generation co owner of Punjana.

“We have always sought to set Punjana apart in our markets by focusing on superior taste and flavor” Thompson said.

“We achieve this by ensuring that our teas are sourced from suppliers who share our values regarding all aspects of ethical trading – interestingly we have had an extremely encouraging response from US customers to Punjana teas. “

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Kusmi Green Darjeeling

January 27, 2009

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Many people really enjoy darjeeling tea.  But have you ever had a Green Darjeeling?  For most darjeeling tea drinkers, this is new experience.  You should try new Kusmi Green Darjeeling Tea.

Kusmi Green Darjeeling is a subtle tea from the Arya Tea Garden producing a fresh and remarkably mellow tea. Kusmi Green Darjeeling Tea brews a green color and is delicious plain or sweetened.

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Try Dilmah Watte Loose Teas

January 26, 2009

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Dilmah Watte Teas are now available for tea drinkers who want the best at a reasonable price.  Dilmah Tea Watte series consist of 4 teas: Ran Watte, Uda Watte, Meda Watte and Yata Watte. Each of the teas, offered as loose tea in 4.4 ounce tin caddies, has its own personality.

Dilmah Yata Watte brews a dark brown. It tastes round, full, almost muscular and juicy, with elements of ever so slightly sweet. The tea is low Grown (up to 1,000 feet above sea level). It is heavy, robust and deep in color.

Dilmah Meda Watte offers an immediate sensation of strong, rich and full bodied flavor, with an extra dimension of complexity and extract leading to a very satisfying mouth feel. It is mid Grown (2,000-3,000 feet above sea level). The tea is strong, rich and full-bodied.

Dilmah Uda Watte is medium brown with tints of orange. An almost savory taste, fruity, exotic perfume with a balance in taste from the ample tannins, strong but not brooding. A tea that is delicate, radiant and elegant. It is high Grown (4,000-5,000 feet above sea level). The tea is full-bodied, rounded and refreshing.

Dilmah Ran Watte brews a golden orange color. Elegant structure, like a fine Champagne. It is smooth, with a pinch of spiciness and a fine aroma with some peach and other citrus fruit. The tea is High grown (6,000 feet above sea level) and has delicate infusion, light and mellow.

Dilmah Watte Teas

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Looking for USA Made Metal Teapots

January 22, 2009

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Is it possible to get steel teapots made in the USA?  We hope so.

If you know of anyone that makes metal or stainless steel teapots that are made in the USA, please let us know.  You can just leave a comment and we will get back to you. Or, you can leave your information at the teadog.com contact form.

Green Tea and Exercise May Speed Up Weight Loss

January 21, 2009

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Green Tea may help speed weight loss.  Some new studies have shown that adding green tea may help speed up weight loss, particularly around the tummy.

The LA Times has a good article summarizing the studies.

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