- Sep 4, 2009
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Actually, no (and it's Valley of Tea, not Tea Valley, unless there are two companies) My go-to for general tea (as opposed to the really expensive stuff) via mail is Simpson & Vail (I particularly like their Lewis Carrol blend from the Literary collection, but that's only good if you LIKE the flavor of roses and violets.) Skip the Victorian Earl Grey (there's so much lavender it's more potpourri than tea.) and the A Fu Soonga Smoked (despite what they say, it does NOT taste like Laspsang Souchong OR Russian Caravan.)^ . @Pulsegleaner probably has experience with Tea Valley, I'm wondering if that is a good source. (if'n i was better at self-sufficiency, i wouldn't have to worry myself about such things 🙄.)
Thank You. Mixing up the name shows my frustration about being nearly o.u.t. of both the lemon verbena and anise hyssop. I can use the poor quality hyssop that I have already bought (or just sub in licorice root). Lemon verbena is a favorite even by itself in the kettle. It's the dried herbs I'm needing but I could be upping my game with the oolong, as well.Valley of Tea, not Tea Valley
That’s a WOW moment! I know that makes you happy!Sunny today. I made it out to the back of the garden yesterday for the first time in months. I have not been out there since I went to the hospital in Sept. At first because I could not walk that far and then the snow, but most of the snow is gone and the crazy rhubarb is peeking through the ground.