Tuesday, November 13, 2012

Tea Gallerie Set of 2 Teas Sponsor Spotlight Review



Well, here we are again with my favorite tea company and 2 more of their teas to tell you about. I hope by spreading them out the way that I have, it gives more people a chance to get to know them and try them. They are a wonderful mix of new teas and the old great stand buys that everyone is familiar with. Tonight we will go over Tropical Passionfruit and Coconut Chai by Tea Gallerie.

I am actually drinking the Coconut Chai while I type so that it is fresh in my mind. I love coconut so this is really a no brainer for me and it's a chai tasting tea. If you love coconut, then this tea is going to be one of your favorites! Anyone who loves a good chai tea is going to love this one also. If your not a coconut fan or even a chai fan, then no this won't be the one for you. But, that is okay, because we all have different tastes. It would be awful if we all liked and ate the same things. It would get pretty boring really quick. So, I am hoping you are up for a change and a challenge. Just try it and see what you think.

These are the flavors that are in the Coconut Chai:  Black tea, ginger root, cinnamon, shredded coconut, ginger, coconut and vanilla flavor.  What do you think?  Would you drink this? I hope so because it really is good.  I don't like my chai's strong because of my stomach issues so I don't let it seep very long. Cut it down by about a minute or so and it will be light & airy and not so heavy. That is how I make all my chai teas. The longer it seeps the richer and bolder it will get.

 
If you love tropical fruits like the ones that are in fruit salads, then you are going to adore this next tea, Tropical Passionfruit! It has flavors of pineapple, mango and papaya offering a sweet and refreshing take on a green tea.  I love mangos and papaya so it was a no brainer for me. Not too crazy about pineapple, but the mango and papaya are more dominate to me, anyways so that was okay. If you like it just a tad less fruity, then don't seep as long. The longer you let any tea seep, the stronger the taste will be. Plus, whichever flavor is more dominate will overtake the others and you will basically have a one flavor tea instead of 3 or 4 mixed.
 
 
I hope by showing you the pictures of what the teas look like help you visualize what they might taste like with my colorful details on the tastes. I try to hit it spot on as much as I can but I also understand that we all like different flavors. This is a very nice light green tea with alot of fruity flavors added to make one heck of a great green tea!
 
Below is a picture of the baskets that Tea Gallerie can put together for you to send as gifts if you need something sent that is different and unusual. So, please, go check them out and see if anything peaks your interest.
 
Just in time for the holidays, Tea Gallerie is offering gift baskets and bags for all your friends and family! Each bag can be personalized with any of our teas.*
 
The Beginner: For the novice tea drinker, we offer a gift bag with sampling of three 2 oz. tea pouches (one green, one black, and one specialty) along with a push button tea infuser to get their tea drinking started! $37 each.
 
The Traveler: For the person that’s always on the go! This basket features a Libre Tea Glass for loose-leaf tea on the go, as well as three 2 oz. pouches of Green, Black and Specialty teas. $50 each.
 
The Gourmet: For the friend that has everything- why not give them a beautiful basket of teas from Tea Gallery? This specialized gift basket contains three 2 oz. gift tins and one Libre Tea Glass for loose-leaf tea on the go. Starting at $50 each.
 
Connect with Tea Gallerie several ways:
 
Mailing Address:
3103 Falcon St. Suite G
San Diego, CA 92103
Email: hello@teagallerie.com
Phone: 800.409.3109
 
Tea Gallerie will be offering the winner of my Happy Holidays the same 2 teas that I just reviewed! The giveaway starts on November 15th and ends on the 29th. Good Luck and open in the U.S. only.
Mary Bearden personally reviewed these products. I did not receive any monetary compensation for my review, just a sample product. All opinions are mine and belong to me solely. My thoughts and opinions may differ from yours. Some of the photo's were taken by Mary Bearden and her cranky camera.
 
 
 

6 comments:

Allison Downes said...

I bet that Coconut Chai tasted and smelled so good! thank you for sharing

Danielle Royalegacy said...

I love tea and drink it every day. There tea sounds wonderful, too!

Gina Brickell said...

I'm really not a tea drinker, but really wish I were because the flavors in these two teas sound great.. I especially love the tropical passionfruit.. What a wonderful flavor for tea!

Amanda Rauch said...

Coconut Chai sounds fantastic. I might have to go to their website and check that out, sounds too good to pass up. Thanks for the review!

Melissa Smith said...

What a lovely gift basket. The teas sound delicious.

Gala said...

love tea any time of the day any time of a year, those look awesome