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Tea Harrison Ford Should Enjoy

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  • “It’s not the years, it’s the mileage.” So Professor Indiana Jones tells Marion Ravenwood after they make their escape – barely – onto an

    Harrison Ford as Indiana Jonesocean liner. It’s been a long day and the sun is low; what colour light do you see? Some would call it a fading yellow. Some might see the orange and the slashes of purple or pink. Others would draw attention to the encroaching moody blue-black moving in past the setting sun. But for many, sunset means red light. Rooibos African Autumn captures a sense of movement, of time passing, of restoration. And it’s unlike anything you’ve ever tried, we promise. 

    “Think of me when you drink tea,”   says Harrison Ford’s David Halloran in Hannover Street. The wise, sad line is also full of sly humour: any good resident of
    Harrison Ford - Hanover Streetthe read Hannover Street could tell you that the instruction might as well be “think of me unceasingly”, because no day is complete without a reflective cup of hot tea. 

    Stories of escape and of the wild beguile us, but so do the people who seem calm,masterful, and compassionate even in the riskiest situations. We’d all like to think that we could handle intrigue the way our heroes could. This is why we propose that Harrison Ford, the everyman star of countless wary roles, as a perfect match for our popular African Autumn Rooibos.
    Young Harrison Ford enjoying a cup of teaRooibos “red bush” tea has a naturalism that, rather than a subtly tart Oolong or a crisp matcha, takes a slower path to a fuller flavor, filing the mouth, nose, and throat with an implacably rich – even if ever so brief – sensation. The feeling of this tea matches its origin: it’s full of authentic, sturdy, lush flavor, and it’s equally suited to a quiet indoor tasting or an evening outdoors. Approachable yet magnificent, it’s a tea that Indiana Jones would have surely tried during his travels, and one that even the man or woman who has seen it all is likely to not forget.
    Harrison Ford tea drinker
    So what is it that makes Rooibos such a singular experience? Why are we sure that Ford would even smile if a tray were brought in? Some things have to be tried to be believed. And then the challenge is yours: could you describe to a tea-lover about to try delicious African Autumn for the first time just what it is that makes Rooibos so addictive?

    In our experience, sometimes there just aren’t words.

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    For most tea orders (up to 8 ounces) the shipping is $2.79.

    We generally ship via US Postal Service first class or priority mail This service can be a quick as overnight and up to 3 days in the lower 48. They even deliver on Saturdays. For 9 ounces and up the postage is $4.99 - a great value considering the price of gas and your valuable time. Since most teas are $3.50 an ounce, 10 ounces of tea will get you free shipping.

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  • Steeping Instructions

    1 teaspoon per 8 oz of water. Fluffy leaves like some Oolongs, use 2 teaspoons. For stronger tea use more tea.   There is no hard and fast rules on steeping except over steeping may make tea bitter.   If you are unsure, try cooler water and shorter steeping times. Below are general steeping instructions.  For best results, follow the steeping instructions that came with your tea.
    To estimate water temperature use a thermometer or wait a 2-3 minutes after the water stops boiling. Then the water temperature should be about 165- 185 F. You can gauge water temperature by looking at the bubbles forming at the bottom of the tea kettle.  When pin size bubbles form, the water temperature is about 185F. To take the guess work out of water temperatures, try our electric tea kettle.

    Tea Type Steeping Temperature Steeping Time
    White Tea  170-185 F 1-3 minutes
    Green Tea 170-185 F 2-3 minutes
    Oolong Tea 170-190 F 2-3 minutes
    Black Tea 200-212 F 3-5 minutes
    Tisanes 212 F 4-7 minutes

       Fruit and herbal teas are also referred to as tisanes.

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