Teaviews Profile: James

I am an attorney in Arlington, Texas. I drink at least two large cups of tea everyday. My first love for tea came from drinking my mother’s Lipton instant tea with sweet and low when I was a child. It was always best when it had been sitting for a while and the ice was melted. I dropped tea for a long term addiction to Dr. Pepper, but was reintroduced in early 2007. Oh, I tried hot tea from time to time, but it was always the common ones: Orange Spice or Chamomile. I tried some other teas every now and then, but just couldn’t bring myself to enjoy them. Now I do. My review of Tazo’s Awake tells the story of my final re-introduction.

I enjoy teas on the strong, bitter side - this actually surprises me – but I also enjoy some green, and lately, white, teas. I have recently started drinking some English breakfast teas and really enjoy them. Earl Grey is next on the list. I am still fairly new to tea and I hope that my insights will be beneficial to those attempting to make a change from sodas or coffee. I intend to explore different types and brands of teas this year, along with different gadgets and accessories. I am glad to have the opportunity to share my experience.

James's Favorite Tea Products

Mariage Freres Marco Polo     9/10
Nissan 12-Ounce Tea Tumbler with Infuser     9/10
Mariage Freres Earl Grey Imperial     8/10
SpecialTeas English High-Grown Leaf Blend     8/10
SpecialTeas China Golden Buddah     8/10
Tazo Zen     8/10
Mighty Leaf Orange Dulce     8/10
Tazo Awake Black Tea     8/10
Mighty Leaf Organic Earl Grey     7.5/10
Fujitronic Teapot & Kettle Set     7/10

Recent Posts by James:

Review: Den’s Tea Organic Sencha     16 Jun 2008
Review: Zoomdweebie’s Good Morning Black Tea     15 Jun 2008
Review: Fujitronic Teapot & Kettle Set     15 Jun 2008
Review: Mariage Freres Earl Grey Imperial     26 May 2008
Review: Mariage Freres Marco Polo     23 May 2008
Review: SpecialTeas Mount Everest Breakfast Blend     22 May 2008
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