Introducing the Revolutionary Teas of the Boston Tea Party
Unlock the flavors of history with our exclusive set of teas inspired by the iconic Boston Tea Party. Transport yourself to the brisk night of December 16, 1773, as we bring you a collection of five teas reminiscent of those tossed into the Boston Harbor during this pivotal moment in American history.
Boston Harbor, December 16, 1773: The chill in the air and the fervor of the colonists united in protest against unjust taxation. “No taxation without representation!” The Boston Tea Party unfolded, forever etching its place in history. Now, you can savor the essence of that defiant act with our unique set featuring two green teas and three black teas—the very varieties that found themselves submerged in the 342 chests cast into the harbor.
For history enthusiasts, our set offers more than just teas. Discover fascinating details on the quantity of each tea destroyed, brewing instructions, flavor profiles, and lesser-known facts about tea in early America. Crafted in South Carolina, this collection is a tribute to our revolutionary past.
- Colonial Bohea: Embodying the essence of early American tea culture, this blend, pronounced “Boo-hee,” was a staple import during colonial times. Its rich history and varied blend offer a glimpse into the colonial tea trade.
- Congou: Hailing from Southern China, Congou stands as a testament to the mastery of tea production. With its delicate flavor reminiscent of unsweetened baked apples, it captures the essence of traditional Chinese teas.
- Young Hyson: Named after the esteemed English tea merchant, Phillip Hyson, this green tea boasts a twisted appearance that unfurls upon brewing. Highly prized by colonial Americans, it symbolizes the allure of exotic teas during the colonial era.
- Lapsang Souchong: Known for its bold and smoky flavor, Lapsang Souchong adds a distinctive touch to our collection. As a common import to colonial America, it played a significant role in shaping early American tea preferences.
- Singlo: Picked later in the season, Singlo offers a buttery infusion with a plum-like finish, showcasing the diversity of green teas cherished during colonial times.
- Material: Cork, cherry wood, glass vial.
- Measurements: Set of five teas, 0.5 oz each.
Explore the history and flavors of the Boston Tea Party with our exclusive tea set. Immerse yourself in the aroma and taste of colonial times. Each sip is a journey back to the birth of a nation.
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