Name that Tea – Organic Black Strawbango Tea

A name for Organic Black Strawbango Tea

Organic Black Strawbango Tea

‘The naming of teas is a difficult matter,

It isn’t just one of your everyday games—

Some might think you mad as a hatter.

Should you tell them, each goes by several names.

For starters, each tea in this world must belong to the families Black or Green or Oolong;

Then look more closely at these family trees—-

Some include Indians along with Chinese.”

T.S. Eliot        T.S. Eliot, The NAMING OF CATS with liberties:)

The naming of a tea is complicated.  You have every right to think, perhaps the name was taken straight from a T.S. Eliot book!  We are very excited about our Organic Strawbango Black tea and know many will love this blend as much as we do.  Maybe even as much as your feline friends.

Sri Lankan Organic Black Tea

Organic Strawbango Black is an organically cultivated black tea from the mountains of Sri Lanka.  Not only do we have splendid-tasting black tea, but two of our favorite Florida fruits are added for the perfect amount of exotic sweetness!  Scattered between the juiciness, you will find delicate Calendula blossoms—a lovely and aromatic tea.

Have you guessed what those fruits might be?  Strawberry and Mango, of course, these two fruits are made for each other.

Join us in celebrating this exceptional tea with a ‘bang’!  Gift yourself, a friend, or a family member with Organic Strawbango Black tea.  You can always find this organic black tea from one of our serving partners, Cafe in the Park in Payne Park in downtown Sarasota.

This iced tea is perfect after some fun at Circus Park or during one of the amazing outdoor music sessions they have.


The Tea Team

Strawbango Organic Black Tea

Local Tea Company promotes local products and services, protects local environments, and celebrates local treasures. Great things start at the local level.  Therefore it is no surprise our motto is “Sip Locally.”

Three times more money is injected into the local economy when people buy from local businesses rather than national chains.  Local businesses put their money back into the local economy.  Both employees and vendors contribute to a cycle of support that strengthens a community.  Sip Locally.

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