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Green Diva Meg

(aka Megan McWilliams Bouchard) is the founder of The Green Divas media brand; the producer and host of the popular The Green Divas podcast; and founded GDGD Radio Network (the first green and healthy living radio network on earth for the earth). Green Diva Meg is well-known as a green living expert, media personality and podcast producer.
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  2. deenie (reply)

    April 6, 2013 at 7:57 pm

    I love the taste of Earl Grey. So far, the best tasting is Ahmed’s (much better than Twining’s) which is based in London. But it isn’t Fair Trade or organic. So, I will try the Numi and the Paisley brands you suggested and hope for good results. Thanks for your efforts!

  3. tropicbob (reply)

    April 7, 2013 at 8:57 am

    Thank you. I eat very healthy (vegetarian and mostly organic) but drink a lot of iced green tea. It never occurred to buy organic tea, although I buy organic coffee.. Now I willl and will mix black and green together when making a pot of iced tea.

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  6. Gavin (reply)

    July 14, 2013 at 4:05 pm

    teavana makes an outstanding earl grey loose tea.

  7. Slow Reader (reply)

    December 14, 2013 at 2:47 am

    My husband has just come back from a trip to India with a box of ‘Typhoo’ Earl Grey. It is nice enough. We live in Zimbabwe and the Tanganda tea estates in the Eastern highlands (which produce the best breakfast tea I’ve ever tasted) also make their own Earl Grey, which tastes as good to me as Twinings or any other. Every time I travel to the UK, friends and relatives ask me to bring ‘real’ Tanganda tea.

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