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Mark T. Wendell


Web: marktwendell.com
Phone (978) 635-9200
Last Updated: Mar. 5, 2018

About Mark T. Wendell

The Mark T. Wendell Tea Company is a tea importer, located in Massachusetts, and founded in 1904. It both sells its own brand of teas, and also sells a few other imported brands, including Boston Harbour Tea, the high-end line of teas from Foojoy, and a few other brands that are not as readily available in the U.S.

Most of the company's teas are sold loose-leaf, but the company also sells tea in pyramid sachets. In addition to tea, the company sells teapots and tea accessories.

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JGS1122
(94 reviews)
75 / 100

Organic Purple Bamboo Black Tea

Style: Black Tea – Region: ?????
Aug. 10th, 2021

The aroma has a slight sweet earthiness. The liquor is a medium amber. The flavor is nice, clean with no after taste. I will purchase this tea again.

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Plowboy
(22 reviews)
85 / 100
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Scottish Breakfast

Style: Black Tea – Region: Blend
Jan. 20th, 2021

This tea does not have a strong aroma either in the can or in the cup. Not very malty in flavor, and just ever so slightly astringent. It brews up nice and clear with a very clean taste. Its a nice cup in the morning, but does not have the kick of an Assam tea.

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NicholaS
(2 reviews)
95 / 100
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Hu-Kwa Tea

Style: Lapsang Souchong – Region: Taiwan / Formosa
May. 20th, 2020

This is an excellent tea. I am not normally a lapsang souchong enthusiast, but this one is quite compelling. Smokey, but not overpoweringly so. It's rich but mellow, with a natural sweetness. Hints of cinnamon. I have tried both the loose leaf and teabags and they are equally fine. Highly recommended.

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JGS1122
(94 reviews)
80 / 100
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Hu-Kwa Tea

Style: Lapsang Souchong – Region: Taiwan / Formosa
Feb. 8th, 2020

As expected the aroma is similar to a pine forest on fire, or a freshly paved road. For those new to lapsing souchong, it might be a bit intimidating. Those who are adverse to trying because of the aroma are missing out on a wonderful cup of tea. The liquor is a deep amber color. The flavor is nice. Once brewed, the bu...

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75 / 100
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Assam

Style: Assam – Region: Assam, India
Nov. 3rd, 2018

A nice earthy aroma. Deep amber liquor. Strong malty flavor.

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