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Little Bites: Tasting Notes

This Writer's Picks for the Best Teas

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This Writer's Picks for the Best Teas

Metolius Tea's Little Bear tea is great over ice this time of year. The lemongrass in the blend balances out a hint of spicy ginger, and the pear mildly sweetens the tea rather than tasting too strong or artificial.

The Carrot Cake tea by Inspired Leaf Tea really does taste like liquid carrot cake with a little bit of sugar and cream. Without, it's a more soothing, but has a still-bold flavor that makes a great guilt-free dessert tea for cool nights.

T's Tonics may be best known for its herbal tea blends, but its Lavender Earl Grey is one of the best Earl Greys I've ever had. The blend has a malty black tea and a generous amount of locally grown lavender. It's heavenly with a splash of milk.


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