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History of Tea   by Mr Trombly

Tea. Commonality across cultures. Links across time.


Humans began drinking tea thousands of years ago. Originating in Asia, tea spread in popularity throughout the world in the 16th century. Today, tea is the second most consumed beverage behind water. Tea has been used for health, in rituals, and as money.


Mr. Trombly’s Tea offers over 80 types of bulk tea for sale online to please any palate.


Looking for bulk green tea? Mr. Trombly’s Tea online carries 18 types of green tea. Try Figgie Berry made from Sencha tea with berries, figs and peony petals. Or a maybe a green tea such as Emperor’s Treasure, a blend of black and green teas with 7 royal ingredients. Or if you lean more to the herb teas, Mr. Trombly’s Tea online has 9 different types, including: Chamomile, Organic Pacific Coast Mint, Raspberry Mint and Wellness Herb Tea.


Mr. Trombly’s Tea online also carries 34 different types of Black Tea. Such as the wonderful Assam tea, from India. A black tea is mixed with others to create English Breakfast tea and Irish Breakfast tea. This tea is grown in the tropical climate of the Brahmaputra River region of Assam India which enjoys high temperatures and high precipitation.


The wide selection of black bulk tea also includes the classics: Earl Grey, decaf Earl Grey, Ceylon, decaf Ceylon, Oolong and different kinds of Chai. Plus some surprises, such as Moon Magic with sweet papaya and several Raspberry teas. Mr. Trombly’s bulk tea for sale online is diverse enough to satisfy everyone. 


Not sure what to buy? Try two different teas every month by joining the Tea of the Month Club. Let us send you two teas for you to sample, or choose two of your own. For example, try Bon Tea, a delightful blend of Chocolate and Coconut. Or Café’ Latte’ when you can’t decide between coffee and tea.


Mr. Trombly’s tea, a sublime way to taste other cultures and touch other times.

This article was published on Wednesday 25 January, 2012.