Test Teas Is Back and Better Because...


It is now being run by the ever-competent, in-house hipster intern known as, Salinger. Now, I must admit that I do not know much about tea, but at the same time, that doesn’t mean I’m not going to act like I know more about tea than you do.

You may remember the old Test Tea logo as seen here: boring, old logo

But I figured it could use some sprucing up. As in-house hipster intern/renowned aesthete, I feel I am behooved to elevate everything to a new level of aesthetic. With that said, here is the new, improved test tea logo: better logo

Ah, yes. A simple addition of vinyl is a great cure-all.

Now, @ajdillon, thanks are in order for sending us your Peaches & Coconut Tea.

Okay, with that cursory “thank you” out of the way, let’s dive into the feedback from our fellow testers. (Disclaimer: most of these testers have yet to read The Tea Companion (A Connoisseur’s Guide) by Jane Pettigrew, so their opinions are trivial.)

Tea Tester #1 said: “It tastes less sunscreeny than last time.”

Tea Tester #2 said: “101010,” which was either a review of three 10/10’s, or a small lesson in binary code.

I would go on, but it’s time for the important review–which is my review (as if you needed to know).

A gentle waft and sip of the tea instantly harkens me back to my days of volunteering in Turks & Caicos. In that idyllic land, I worked–in rigorous labor–on peach farms so that the young children of Turks & Caicos could be free to indulge in their fun and games. Now, I’m not claiming that I solely ended the exploitation of child labor by peach farms in Turks & Caicos: I’m merely stating it.

Well, that’ll do.

You’re welcome.