Dallas, TX (PRWEB) March 24, 2008
Tea drinkers who routinely have English tea should make sure to try Kusmi Tea. The company is the only ancient tea firm still making the original Russian blends of the last century. teadog.com, an Internet tea retailer, carries the full range of Kusmi tea offered in the US.
Kusmi Tea or P.M. Kousmichoff & Sons started in 1867 in St. Petersburg, Russia. Kusmi teas still come in the original pre-Bolshevik Russian Revolution packaging and are available in Russian blends, green tea and flavored teas. Most Kusmi teas are available in a 20 tea bag box as well as a 4.4 ounce loose tin.
Kusmi Russian blends add hints of natural scents to black tea. Fans of English or Irish Breakfast may want to start with Kusmi Russian Morning tea to help start the day. Then, try Kusmi Russian Evening, a low-caffeine tea perfect for relaxing just before bed.
Among the most popular Russian blends are Kusmi Anastasia and Kusmi Prince Vladimir. Kusmi Anastasia includes orange, lemon and lime while Kusmi Prince Vladimir is scented with vanilla, grapefruit, cinnamon and cloves.
A unique Russian blend is Kusmi Bouquet of Flowers, which is scented with 8 different aromas. Kusmi Samovar is a lightly smoky tea while Kusmi Troika is scented with citrus. Kusmi Petrushka is flavored with cardamom, cloves, almonds and rose. Kusmi St. Petersburg is scented with citrus, red fruits, vanilla and caramel. Kusmi Zoubrovka is flavored with buffalo grass, which imparts a vanilla scent.
The second category of Kusmi tea are black teas flavored with natural ingredients. Kusmi Earl Grey is a Russian twist on an English favorite. Adventurous tea drinkers may want to try Kusmi Earl Grey Smoky. For dessert, try Kusmi Chocolate, Kusmi Chocolate Mint or Kusmi Spicy Chocolate teas.
Kusmi green teas include a gunpowder green and a green with spearmint.
Kusmi also offers a traditional chai called Kashmir Tchai.
With over 140 years of history, Kusmi has perfected Russian teas.