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Spring Into Summer: Tea Time

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Heather and Ryan talk to Hillary Porter, founder of Walnut Street Tea Co., about new, summer tea flavors.

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Heather and Ryan talk to Hillary Porter, founder of Walnut Street Tea Co., about new, summer tea flavors.
http://chic.clipsyndicate.com/video/playlist/12463/6924036?cpt=8&wpid=2637 Fri, 19 May 2017 13:58:55 +0000 Spring Into Summer: Tea Time Heather and Ryan talk to Hillary Porter, founder of Walnut Street Tea Co., about new, summer tea flavors. http://chic.clipsyndicate.com/video/playlist/12463/6924036?cpt=8&wpid=2637 WCIA photo >>ryan: will come back to ciliving live at the city center. >>heather: they are getting rowdy up in here. you know what else is rowdy, not really, that's a terrible segway. a popular drink is coming back to summer. t with walnut street. this takes me back to my childhood with my mom setting this outside and we would have sun tea. >> an oldie but a goodie. >>heather: you actually have over 500 varieties of tea. i didn't even know they made that many varieties of tea. >>ryan: most people are used to black tea or the more traditional stuff. then they take it home and go that's not what i expected, in a good way. >> that's why there's no minimum. to try it. do one batch, oh well. not out a whole box. >>heather: you actually offer tea classes. >> we are starting those up this summer. we are focusing on the different topics. even how to brew the different styles of tea. there's white tea, black tea, herbal tea, green tea. >>heather: what we have here? >> obviously, this is our sun tea. if you want to try it. >>heather: of course i do. >> none of these have sugar so just imagine them with sweetener. we have our white, peaches and conut. >>heather: sign me up. >> this is my personal favorite. it's brewed traditionally. >>ryan: is there a pouring technique? >> i am not skilled enough to show you that you should look up some of those tea ceremonies. finally we have our hibiscus tea. it's an herbal tea. i discovered this on vacation in mexico. this is a big thing with the aztec culture. it's a good caffeine free option. nice and light for the summer. it's a little tart, kind of a cranberry flavor. >>heather: t has so many health benefits. check out the walnut street tea company. we




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