Product Review-Mighty Leaf Tea

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“Ecstasy is a glass of tea and a piece of sugar in the mouth.”
Alexander Pushkin (1799-1837)

For my friends who are just learning “The Mysteries of Tea” and have recently purchased their sun tea jars… 🙂

MightyLeaf tea is the BEST tea for making sun tea! The same wonderful quality of loose tea and the convenience of a silk tea bag! The best of both worlds!

mightyleaftea

Enjoy!

~Melissa

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  4 comments for “Product Review-Mighty Leaf Tea

  1. Sandy
    June 1, 2010 at 10:13 am

    I know you are going to love this….To all I am the one who if they box it and sell it in the store I am in….But, salads I am good with and love my tea with my salads….
    My tea is the Lipton diet citrus or berry in the bottle…
    Just had to do this….Your friend….Sandy

  2. June 1, 2010 at 11:20 am

    Hi Sandy 🙂 That made me laugh. Thanks. I won’t judge you, at least not too harshly, for your choice of tea, LOL…but, LIPTON? eeekkkk…hee hee…xo

  3. Kimber Dunn
    June 2, 2010 at 10:46 am

    LOL I get the feeling you’re talking to me. 😉 After drinking 2 types of tea I made in the sun this week, I think I’m sold. I’m actually excited to keep trying more flavors and brands now. Definitely NOT the paper bagged brands for me anymore. HUGE difference and no wonder I didn’t like tea before! Thanks Melissa!!!

  4. June 2, 2010 at 10:56 am

    I was talking to you 😉 So happy you like the sun tea! And it seems you are already a conoisseur…tea bags have their place, and they’re not all created equal. After working in the tea business for as long as I did I had the opportunity to talk to a lot of tea converts. People who never liked it before because all they’d ever tried was Lipton, which is essentially the fan “dust” tea that is collected after the tips of the tea are taken away and packaged into tins. In this case it’s not a matter of being a tea ‘snob’ but just knowing your stuff when it comes to tea. Some tea is good quality, some isn’t. Much like wine 🙂 Remember to only let your sun tea sit in the sun for three hours, and never just brew a ’tisane’ in the sun. The three hour steeping time plus the caffeine from black and green tea leaves is safe for sun tea…otherwise, brew in the fridge. I’ll send specific directions to your fb inbox. XO

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