AntiquiTeas Announces the Launch of a New Collection of Specialty Teas

Released on: March 06, 2015, 3:51 pm (EST)
Industry: Food & Beverage

AntiquiTeas announces plans to launch Historic Savannah Tea, the first in their new collection of gourmet teas.

GUYTON, GA, March 06, 2015 -- /EPR NETWORK/ -- AntiquiTeas, a product of the Griffin Coffee and Tea Company, is a charming online tea boutique where one can find exquisite, gourmet teas and accessories. The company announced today the release of their new line of specialty luxury teas. Historic Savannah is the first of many lines of high end teas offered by AntiquiTeas. The company plans to launch the new line of teas on March 10, 2015 at the Teas and Tales™ event being held at the Zeigler House, a beautiful, historic bed and breakfast inn located in the heart of the historic district of Savannah, Georgia.

As Griffin Coffee and Tea Company was preparing to create a new tea line, Sharon Cobb, CEO and Owner reached out to current customers, family and friends for ideas for a Savannah, Georgia inspired tea collection. Five teas were selected for the collection based on quality and several rounds of taste testing. Cobb’s desire to add an elegant and unique element to the brand led her to Shannon Scott, a local expert storyteller, tour guide, historian and author. Scott’s enthusiasm and interest in creating stories for the new project, with Savannah and amazing women of history as his muse, added an exciting element and AntiquiTeas was born.

Each specialty tea offers a unique signature blend, as well an enchanting tale of yesteryear. Each tin features a unique story focusing on five amazing and empowered women from the city. Scott brings the stories to life as the readers are taken on a journey through his passionate art of storytelling. Sippers are transported to another time as they indulge on a delightful tea and read about inspiring women in history. The featured stories are of Mary Haskell (1873 – 1964), Flannery O’Connor (1925 – 1964), Caty Green (1753 – 1814), Juliette Low (1860 – 1927) and Mary Musgrove (1700 – 1767). The Collection offers five unique blends presenting sophisticated and rousing flavors that are pleasing to the palate. The Beloved Prophet Tea, dedicated to Mary Haskell, captures her spirit and love for artists and the orient. The herbal, floral blend is bold and hearty in nature with hints of papaya, coconut, sunflower petals and rose petals; The Mulberry Grove Tea, dedicated to the inventor spirit of Caty Greene, boasts an amazing blend of white tea, natural flavorings, rose petals and naturally sweet blueberries; The Red Top Peach Tea, dedicated to Flannery O’Connor, incorporates a gourmet fruit blend perfectly with a taste of papaya and sweet orange blossoms; The Savannah Citrus Tea, dedicated to Juliette “Daisy” Low, is just as unique as Daisy, offered in a black tea that is perfectly blended with a hint of citrus tasting, full of luxury and aroma; and Savannah Town Tea, dedicated to the spirit of Mary Musgrove, is an organic rooibos that is a caffeine free tea option, offering granules of the finest strawberries, delicate sunflower petals and natural flavorings.  

Historic Savannah AntiquiTeas offer a subtle blend that is rich in flavor, romance and beauty. The high end, luxury teas are created from the finest high grown teas from around the world. The teas come in a beautiful silver tin containing either loose leaf or pyramid sachets and are refillable, adding to their value, uniqueness and keepsake quality. The teas make a wonderful keepsake, gift for the tea lover, history buff or collector. The collection is a true reflection of its namesake city representing the history, deep heritage, beauty and essence of Savannah, Georgia. To learn more about AntiquiTeas or get information about the collection launch, please visit the website for more information.

Media Contact:
Sharon Cobb, AntiquiTeas™
Telephone: 912-519-0086
Telephone: 912-601-7690


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