Gypsy's Tea Room, where the seminar was held this year, shared a sample of Gypsy's Blend. Their house blend is a decaffeinated black tea with sweet raspberry and rich vanilla undertones.
East Indies Coffee and Tea shared a sample package of 5 pyramid tea sachets with such flavors as Chai Americaine, Earl Grey a la creme, Assam, Lemon Souffle Rooibos, and Pomegranate.
Susanna Reppert of The Rosemary House included a sample of their special herb seasoning or bread mix. Tea-for-All included a sample of roasted Hojicha, a green tea from Japan while The Tea and Hat Lady included Rosie's Heart, a dark tea with a dusty rose flavor from the Hunan Province of China. Bingley's Teas provided a boxed sample of their newest Jane Austen inspired tea series. Karen Donnelly from Enchantment for Your Table tucked in a pretty card that featured a recipe for Buttermilk Currant Scones. Darlene Meyers Perry from The Tea Lover's Archives included her website information and The Tea house Times had a clever promotional card with a tea measuring scoop attached to the card encouraging you to 'get the scoop'. And the Association added their newest sticker for members to display at their business location.