tea family

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Noun1.tea family - a family of trees and shrubs of the order Parietales
dilleniid dicot family - family of more or less advanced dicotyledonous trees and shrubs and herbs
Hypericales, order Hypericales, order Parietales, Parietales - a large order of dicotyledonous plants of subclass Dilleniidae
genus Camellia - tropical Asiatic evergreen shrubs or small trees
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Coming from a tea family and spending my childhood amongst tea estates, I grew up drinking some of the world's best teas -- so I know how fresh tea is meant to taste," says Kaushal Dugar, founder and CEO of Teabox.
We are hugely excited to bring our growing tea family to Leeds and to be opening in Victoria Gate alongside such a great high-end and international brand mix.
Lu Yi, a tea scientist with Hangzhou University, the first of that new tea family are believed to be the Bohea Teas, from Wuyi Shan, in Fujian, which are also named Lapsang Souchong or Zheng Shan Xiao Zhong, depending on the dialect used by the producers.
Tea Tibet invites its new tea family to steep themselves in these tasty teas while joining in and making a difference.
Run by the Dilmah tea family, it comprises four luxurious colonial era tea planters' bungalows, restored to impeccable taste and connected by walking trails through the Fernando's own tea plantations.
Salada's other new green tea items include three flavors of Salada Green Tea Family Size for Iced Tea: Peach Nectarine, Raspberry and Tropical Fruit.
The Franklinia alatamaha - known as the Franklin tree - has large fragrant, cup-shaped, snow-white blooms and is part of the tea family.
Indeed, tea drinks seemed to be everywhere, including the already established Twisted Tea family, from Boston Beer.
It was unveiled on site by Stephen Twining, the 10th generation of the famous tea family.
Our Twisted Tea family showed double digit depletions growth and we expect to invest more effort towards this product in 2006.
Opened in 1930 by Lloyd George, the original house was said to be owned by Lord Aberconwy's great grandfather Davis Pochin,and was part of the estate of Sir Thomas Lipton of the famous tea family.
I have two other boards full of keyrings - the most important being the Tetley Tea family.