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Drinking Tea While Traveling

For a while I just accepted that I wouldn't have good tea when I traveled. I drank good tea in my RV, or at Samovar, but would drink nothing but water when I was on the road.

I slowly began to experiment with ways to have tea on the go, and now I really have a whole system down for efficiently carrying and brewing tea on the go.


The easiest thing to do is cold-brewed matcha. Breakaway Matcha offers extremely high quality matcha in single-serve packets. All you do is drop one in a nearly-full water bottle, shake it for fifteen seconds, and enjoy. This is always my go-to for my anti-jetlag strategy. As soon as I wake up, I shake up a bottle of matcha.

12 New Teas at Samovar Tea Lounge

On Samovar

At Samovar Tea Lounge, we search far and wide to find the most delicious, most fragrant, hand-made artisan teas for our online and Tea Lounge customers. We've been at it again and I am excited to announce 12 spectacular new teas. I'd love to serve you up a steaming cup of your choosing, but since email has it's limitations, I'll have to settle for some pictures of the new selection.

Our New Green Teas

Gyokuro Japanese Green Tea Kickass umami. It’s been two years since we’ve dared carry this tea, and we’re happy to say it’s been worth the wait. Slow-tea processed, shade grown to concentrate the chlorophyll, please sip in silence.Jasmine Green Tea Lush, heady notes of jasmine flowers and a whisper of roasted walnuts. Floral, refreshing, faintly grassy and succulently astringent.

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