Back? OK, now imagine you are in the Himalayas hiking through deep snow drifts. You are cold, but the air is pure and refreshing. As you take another deep breath, you see in the distance a small wooden structure.
Upon arriving at the structure, you realize it is an abandoned Yurt. You open the door and peer inside, and find that high mountain flowers are growing. Close your eyes and take another deep breath, and take in the smell of the flowers and the old wood mixing together.
That's where Adventure Tea's Himalayan Oolong comes from, and what it makes you feel like. I have verified it.
Alex Davis, the founder of Adventure Tea, tells his story of creation in this interview. He also gives us some descriptions of the varieties of tea that Adventure Tea offers ... beware, though - your mouth may water a bit.
During the interview, we enjoyed some smooth, floral Hawaiian Volcano Green Tea, and as I write this now I am enjoying the transcendent Himalayan Oolong Tea. Yesterday I had "The Champane of Teas" - the Washington State White. Can I say WOW!?
The beautiful designs on the tea box labels were created by Saskia Bailey, and copy is done by T.J. Lowther. They make for great house decorations after you drink your tea!
Make sure to head over to Adventure-Tea.com for the inspiration and this amazing tea alike.
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