Gifts for Tea Lovers : Is a Season Your Reason to Drink Tea?

Seldom drink tea because of my coffee addiction. But other members of my household love to brew! They are not tea experts (yet!) and are always experimenting with different flavors – from caramel apple to licorice to green tea to black tea to … on and on and on.

Found an interesting blog post written by Ryan Frey who works as a GO TO tech guy for ShareASale, Inc., an established affiliate marketing network corporation. He not only knows his tech stuff but his office co-workers also think of him as a tea afficionado. He must be. Why else would he suggest drinking tea according to the seasons?

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In his post, he recommended five (5) tips for how to enjoy your tea during the autumn months. All excellent advice, however, if like me, you know next to nothing about red tea, tip Number 1 is invaluable.

“1. Rooibos or “red tea” is not truly from the tea plant, camellia sinensis. In fact, the word means “red bush” in South Africa and the “leaves” you brew are almost needle-like. Since it’s such a resilient plant you must brew it at a full rolling boil, 212 degrees Fahrenheit. Steep for at least 5 minutes for most rooibos blends, although in my opinion you can’t really steep too long! Rooibos only gets better with time and doesn’t burn like other true teas might, causing an undesirable astringent taste. Better yet, it’s caffeine free so you can drink it at any time – morning, afternoon, or night.

Rooibos makes a great neutral base for both sweet and nutty flavors. During the Fall, expect to see flavor blends like chestnut, pumpkin, and chai.”

Frey, Ryan – How To Brew Different Tea Varieties for Fall

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What to get for the tea lover who also loves chocolate?

A Chocolate Teapot?? Really??


Chocolate teapot


There is also chocolate tea!




Numi Organic Indulgent Tea, Chocolate Rooibos, Caffeine Free Herbal Teasan, 12 Count Tea Bags (Pack of 3)




Numi Organic Chocolate Pu-erh Tea, Full Leaf Black Pu-erh Tea, 16 Count Tea Bags





The Republic of Tea, Red Velvet Cuppa Chocolate Tea Bags




Tisano Organic Chocolate Tea


Superfood Tea Comes in Chocolate!


Miracle Tree – Organic Moringa Superfood Tea, 25 Individually Sealed Tea Bags, Chocolate


Dessert Teas: Cuppa Chocolate Tea Assortment for chocolate lovers.

Red Velvet Chocolate Tea, Coconut Cocoa Tea, Banana Chocolate Tea, Strawberry Chocolate Tea, and Peppermint Chocolate Tea.


The Republic Of Tea Cuppa Chocolate Tea Assortment, 24 Tea Bags, Low Calorie Chocolate Dessert Tea


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2 Comments

  1. Gypzeerose

    I love tea, but the chocolate tea is a new concept! I think the chocolate teapot is adorable, and it would be a great gift for almost anyone.

  2. MareeT

    The chocolate teas sound delicious!

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