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Budding Products: New Bagged Teas

Yorkshire Tea and Biscuits in One Bag Taylors of Harrogate recently launched its Yorkshire Tea Biscuit Brew, which combines Rainforest Alliance Certified tea and the flavor of biscuits in a tea bag, reports Metro. In Great Britain, tea and biscuits are so often consumed together that the company decided to combine the two into...

Budding Products: Starbucks Adds New Teas to International Menus

Starbucks Japan Debuts Earl Grey Tea Cream Frappuccino Starbucks Japan is offering its Earl Grey Tea Cream Frappuccino for a limited time, reports Bustle. This new beverage, which blends Earl Grey tea, milk and ice and is topped with sweet honey cream, is timely for a spring release when customers typically make the switch...

The Teahouse Infuses Tea Culture into New Mexico’s Capital

Santa Fe is known for its art galleries, turquoise jewelry and New Mexican cuisine. But tea? Not so much. The Teahouse, nestled in a charming century-old adobe building about one mile southeast of the historic Santa Fe Plaza, aims to change that. The 1,400 square-foot tea retailer and full-service restaurant is nestled among more...

Budding Products: Cold Brew, CBD and Unique Caps Mark New RTD Launches

Tiesta Tea Debuts Cold Brew RTD Chicago-based Tiesta Tea introduced its first bottled cold brew tea line. The teas in the five-flavor collection have functional properties. The flavors are: Immunity: Tiesta Tea Maui Mango (white hibiscus, pineapple, orange, mango safflowers strawberry and marigold) with Passion Fruit. Energizer: Tiesta Tea Black Thai Tropical (black tea,...

Budding Products: ‘Wild’ Tea Companies Launch New Brews

Wild Ohio Introduces Lemonade Tea Beer Columbus, Ohio-based Wild Ohio Brewing introduced its very own lemonade tea beer, the DalyPalmer, in January. It is a mixture of black tea and lemonade with 4 percent alcohol by net volume. Wild Ohio Brewing is one of Ohio’s fastest growing craft beer purveyors. The DalyPalmer is the...

Budding Products: Celebrate the Year of the Dog

According to the Chinese Zodiac, the Year of the Dog began Feb. 16. The dog is one of the animals on the cyclical 12 year calendar. Pearl Fine Teas Honors the Year of the Dog Washington, D.C.-based Pearl Fine Teas created a limited edition loose leaf tea blend that celebrates Chinese New Year and...

Budding Products: New Functional Loose Leaf Teas

California Tea House Created an Aphrodisiac Apricot Chai Tarzana, California-based California Tea House debuts its aphrodisiac Apricot Chai just in time for Valentine’s Day. The organic blend consists of loose leaf black tea, peaches, apricot preserves, vanilla beans, ginger, cloves and citrus peel. The company came up with this blend after researching ancient treatments...

Moringa Could Be the New Matcha

ME Corporation is striving to make more Americans aware of moringa’s antioxidant-rich, superfood status. Moringa, also known as the “Ben oil tree,” is a deciduous tree that grows rapidly in warm climates in Africa, Asia and Latin America. The tree’s leaves, stems and seeds can all be consumed. Jeanne Ngo Yockbag and her husband,...