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Last Updated: Jul. 6, 2017

About The Meaning of Tea

The Meaning of Tea was a tea company based in Danville, Vermont.

As of July 2017, the company was closed. RateTea does not know the exact date or circumstances of the company's closure.

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Alex Zorach
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67 / 100
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Jasmine Pearls

Style: Jasmine Pearls – Region: Fujian, China
Apr. 29th, 2015

A decent Jasmine tea, which I think is on the expensive side.

Dry leaf has a very intense aroma, with a strongly floral jasmine scent, and also strongly fruity, with a minty note.

The Meaning of Tea recommended a heaping teaspoon, but I sensed that this tea would be strong for my tastes, so I went easy, using a t...

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37 / 100
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Golden Monkey

Style: Golden Monkey – Region: Yunnan, China
Mar. 23rd, 2015

This was the worst example of Golden Monkey that I've tried, and the worst example of any golden Chinese black tea. I thought it quite awful and I poured it out without drinking much of it.

The dry leaf is beautiful, and has a very intense aroma of cooked fruit, like raspberry jam. The leaf has a slight dusty qual...

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Golden Monkey

Style:Golden Monkey
Region:Yunnan, China
Caffeine:Caffeinated
Leaf:Loose
1 Rating
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Jasmine Pearls

Style:Jasmine Pearls
Region:Fujian, China
Caffeine:Caffeinated
Leaf:Loose
1 Rating

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