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Tea Subscription Or Gift Subscription From In Pursuit Of Tea

Black Tea In China Cups
[1] Tea drinkers should enjoy the flavor of fine tea, even if they typically drink supermarket brands (photo © Canstock Photo).

Cup Of Green Tea
[2] The subscription contains two black teas, one oolong, one green and one herbal tea (photo © Kanaya Tea).

[3] The tea bag subscription (photo © In Pursuit Of Tea).


Celebrate National Tea Day, April 21st, with a tea subscription for yourself, or as a gift subscription, from In Pursuit Of Tea.

This purveyor of fine teas now offers tea bags, in addition to the loose teas that are preferred by tea connoisseurs.

While there have long been subscriptions of premium loose teas, here’s the first subscription for tea bags.

Each month for five months, the recipient will receive a 12-count box of the finest teabags—a different variety each month.

Each selection highlights the flavors and fragrances that make that type of tea unique.

The teas include:

  • Assam English Breakfast (black tea)
  • Darjeeling First Flush (black tea)
  • Jade Spring (green tea)
  • Lemon Verbena (herbal tea)
  • Nantou Oolong (ooling* tea)
    Order your tea subscription here.

    It’s a great gift for Mother’s Day.

    Sebastian Beckwith and friends started In Pursuit of Tea in 1999, to explore small farms in Asia and source the finest teas available.

    The loose leaf teas they continue to source are mostly still picked and processed by hand, drawing on centuries of tradition, and crafted with great care.

    By sourcing directly, rather than using middlemen, In Pursuit Of Teas is able to share exquisite teas to appreciative tea drinkers, with only a minimal markup.

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    *While many people think of oolong as a black tea, it is produced through a special process that includes withering the plant under strong sun and oxidation before curling and twisting the leaves. Most oolong teas, especially those of fine quality, are made from unique tea plant cultivars that are exclusively used for oolong.



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