Now, years later, I'm a self proclaimed tea expert.
I start each day with a wonderful English Breakfast tea to get me going.
And yes, when I can, I have tea everyday at about P. I love to invite my friends over for tea and cupcakes and so far everyone thinks it’s a delightful experience. Yes, I’m a tea snob, I prefer loose tea but I do like some bags also. When I open the can of Mint Medley, From The Persimmon Tree Tea Company, I feel as if I stepped into a garden of peppermint leaves.
It is a perfect blend of organic peppermint and spearmint leaves grown in the US. It relieves muscle aches, headaches, migraines, stress.
(And there lays the biggest problem for me; the criminalization of a medical condition.) Whether the STD is Herpes or HIV, the law requires disclosure.Mint Medley has become a favorite and I find myself reaching for this tea tin almost everyday. And now that it feels like someone is sitting on my chest and I have a mean cough, I'm sure it will help to relieve some of this congestion in my chest.Mint Medley has been in my tea cup more than any tea as of late. I fell in love with the writers of the Harlem Renaissance period and the more I read the more I wanted to read.It has really helped with my winter cough, congestion related to this bout of pneumonia. The fiction of this period was powerful and empowering all at the same time.You can read my full review on The Persimmon Tree Tea Company Mint Teas. It spoke to my own degradation and gave me hope for a better tomorrow. There is something wonderful about turning to the next page of a wonderful story.I had just met her months earlier and it was awkward for both of us.She and her ex-husband lived a very quiet life in Boulder, Colorado.I don't quite remember when I fell in love with tea but I do remember the most special moments of me drinking tea.I was eighteen years old and I went to live with my biological mother for four months.It’s me sharing a part of me with you that has nothing to do with AIDS. I have read hundreds of books from many different genres and I will pick the best of my reads over the years. We can make this book club as wonderful as we want to make it.I warn you, it will not be exclusively white or black, male or female, fiction or non fiction, it will be all of them. Who says that Oprah has to have the only ownership to a wonderful book club?