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TeaGschwendner


Web: www.teagschwendner.com
Phone (888) 884-8327
Last Updated: Oct. 31, 2014

About TeaGschwendner

TeaGschwendner (TeeGschwendner in German) is a German tea company, originally founded in Trier, Germany, with a franchise of stores in many different countries. TeaGschwendner also sells tea online through its website.

Physical Locations

TeaGschwendner Diversey PkwyChicago, IL
TeaGschwendner State StChicago, IL

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Alex Zorach
(1386 reviews)
84 / 100
Picture of Assam Boisahabi Malty Second Flush

A very enjoyable, almost prototypical Assam, but of very good quality. Another of the many samples recently brought back to me from Germany.

Dry leaf aromatic, but doesn't quite betray the true beauty of this tea.

Upon brewing, produces a richly aromatic cup, full-bodied, and with both warming and cooling qualit...

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63 / 100
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Nr. 922, Earl Grey no. 69

Style: Earl Grey Tea – Region: Blend
Jan. 10th, 2015

A relatively bold-flavored Earl Grey, strong on the bergamot, and a little perfumey. Another sample brought back from Germany.

The leaf is broken, but the pieces of leaf are relatively large. Leaf is very aromatic, and smells fresh, and mostly of bergamot.

Brewed as recommended, 2 minutes, produces a richly col...

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80 / 100
Picture of East Frisian Leaf Blend

A strong black tea blend of very good quality. Another sample brought back from Germany.

Brews up a rich, dark cup that is only moderately aromatic. The aroma is very malty and slightly vegetal. The flavor is very smooth up-front, but there's a tannic edge towards the end of the sip, which I found quite pleasant....

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80 / 100
Picture of Nr. 291, Festive Tea™ Darjeeling FTGFOP1 Okayti First Flush

A very light first flush Darjeeling with a unique character.

A present brought back from Germany, does not look like it's available in the U.S. I found this tea fascinating, as it's an example of a "holiday-themed" tea that is a single-estate pure tea of a high grade, and I normally associate "holiday teas" with fl...

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91 / 100
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Kenya GFOP Milima

Style: Black Tea – Region: Kericho, Kenya
Dec. 28th, 2014

My favorite tea from TeaGschwendner yet! I thought this was among the best Kenyan black teas I've sampled, and among the best of all African teas for that matter.

Brews a rich, dark, full-bodied cup with a strong but subdued aroma and an exceptionally smooth flavor. The aroma is complex and hard to describe: it se...

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