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Mighty Leaf News

Organic Earl Grey Named Best in Class
1/27/2011  |  Black Tea

Mighty Leaf’s Organic Earl Grey was recently selected by “Everyday with Rachel Ray” magazine to compete in its Black Tea Taste Test. The results were announced in the February 2011 issue and it named our Organic Earl Grey as the “Best Earl Grey”. One of our best sellers, this tea is known for its well balanced blend of organic black tea and citrusy bergamot.

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A Feel Good Bank Ad with Mighty Leaf
10/1/2010  |  Black Tea
Nothing like a feel good banking ad to make you aspire to be more. We thought you might enjoy seeing a local ad that was produced by the Bank of Marin, our local bank, highlighting their relationship with our company. It provides a quick peek into Mighty Leaf and introduces you to our CEO, Gary Shinner. The Mighty Leaf footage was shot at our headquarters in San Rafael, California (about 20 minutes north of San Francisco across the Golden Gate Bridge).
Breakfast Tea: Jump Start Your Day
5/3/2010  |  Black Tea

Mornings are slow for me. Having two kids with a third on the way will do that to you. So I jump from bed to the kitchen, and fire up a cup of something black - a strong breakfast tea, perhaps a spicy chai or I will admit sometimes even coffee. You know the drill, I am not alone. Every day tea fans around the world tame their mornings and energize with tea rituals ranging from tea cups of Organic Breakfast with a spot of milk to mugs of earthy Rooibos. The question arises then as to what exactly constitutes a breakfast tea?

Lapsang What?
3/18/2010  |  Black Tea
Lapsang Souchong is either a love or hate thing for tea fans. A familiar refrain is that it's like drinking a campfire. If Smokey the Bear had a favorite tea, perhaps this would be the one. With its famous smokey taste and aroma, Lapsang Souchong is produced in the Wuyi Mountains of Fujian, China by smoking black tea in bamboo baskets over pine fires. Often made with old tea heavily smoked or blended with chemical additives to impart the unique flavor, the tea has had a reputation of suffering from poor quality. However, when sourced properly Lapsang Souchong yields a refined flavor that delivers notes of caramelized sugar and delicate smoke.

The Mighty Mar-Tea-Nez Cocktail
7/29/2009  |  Black Tea
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To most bar goers now, the martini is generic for vodka served up in a cocktail glass, or maybe even some flavored vodka concoction like a chocolotini or Appletini. But that's not how the martini got its start. In the late 19th century up until at least the 1960s, the martini was a gin drink.