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Teas Etc


Web: www.teasetc.com
Phone (561) 683-6838
Last Updated: Jan. 17, 2018

About Teas Etc

Teas Etc is a tea company based in West Palm Beach, FL, founded in 1998 by Beth Johnston. The company is mostly a wholesaler, but also sells tea retail through their website. The company has a showroom which is open by appointment only. They also maintain an office in Shanghai, China.

Teas Etc sells a wide variety of loose teas. In addition to selling tea, Teas Etc is a manufacturer of hand blown, heat resistant glass, and sells their own glass teapots and mugs.

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Alex Zorach
(1387 reviews)
73 / 100
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Oriental Beauty

Style: Oriental Beauty – Region: Taiwan / Formosa
May. 5th, 2013

Definitely my favorite bai hao (oriental beauty) oolong yet. This is not a type of oolong I generally like, but I found this to be an atypical example of its style.

Significantly roasty aroma, and flavor is bolder, although less smooth.

I am curious...is this a competition winner because it was bolder in flavor ...

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77 / 100
Picture of Huang Jin Gui Oolong Tea

Huang Jin Gui or Golden Osmanthus is one of my favorite types of oolong.

I only had the opportunity to sample this once, briefly, at World Tea East, so I can't comment on experimenting with brewing it in different ways, but I thought it a typical and high-quality example of this type of oolong.

Aroma is predomina...

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93 / 100
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Tung Ting

Style: Jade Oolong – Region: Taiwan / Formosa
Nov. 27th, 2012

Very complex. Light, but bold.

Aroma is simultaneously floral and herbal. Strong, almost orchid-like fragrances emerge and vanish from an herbaceous background.

Even when unsweetened, it tastes like a bit of honey has been added.

This is one of the best examples of this tea that I've seen in this price range...

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73 / 100
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Tanzanian Silver Needle

Style: Silver Needle – Region: Tanzania
Apr. 23rd, 2012

I was really interested to try a silver needle tea produced in Tanzania, and I am glad I tried it as it was quite interesting tasting as well.

Fairly light in color, but full-bodied flavor. I like this tea significantly more than most Chinese examples of silver needle that I've tried, which tend to be too mild for ...

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67 / 100
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Tanzanian Black

Style: Black Tea – Region: Tanzania
Nov. 11th, 2011

I sampled this tea at World Tea East and liked it a lot, wrote the review, but waited to post it until the tea was actually released.

I have actually now sampled a handful of black tea from Tanzania, including the mainstream brand Chai Bora, and single estate teas, both orthodox and CTC.

This tea had a malty arom...

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