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drank Caramel Macchiato by Lupicia
111 tasting notes

Okay another one I am getting to try courtesy of Ricky (Thanks Ricky!) This one is so reminiscent of coffee it is undeniable. I set the Breville and walked in to pour me a cup and the smell in my kitchen took me back to 1992 when I still lived at home and my mom had just discovered flavored/gourmet coffee’s. I felt my hair to make sure I didn’t have that wave that I use to create with my bangs like I did in the early 90’s nope no wave (thank god).

On to the coffee uh I mean tea yeah tea! It is a nice chocolaty tasting tea with strong hints of yep you guessed it coffee I feel the need to add milk and sugar but that’s not my style so I’m drinking it straight it’s not bad it’s quite good but I don’t appreciate the fact that it makes me want to add milk/sugar that’s exactly why I don’t do coffee!

I would drink this tea again but not order it by the pound or anything. It would be great tea for guests (or my mom) who usually drink coffee which happens quite often around my house. Oh and it must have good amounts of caffeine because I am typing like 3 times faster than usual. Thanks again Ricky!

Preparation
Boiling 4 min, 0 sec
SoccerMom

I could so see some of you making latte’s and such using this tea.

Ricky

You’re welcome! I think the instructions tell you to use milk :)

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SoccerMom

I could so see some of you making latte’s and such using this tea.

Ricky

You’re welcome! I think the instructions tell you to use milk :)

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New to the world of hot tea, being born and raised in Texas we typically only drink lipton black tea, sweetened and iced of course! I recently discovered the world of hot tea / flavored teas and am thoroughly enjoying my new little world of tea!

Favorite Tea Quote: A woman is like a tea bag – you can’t tell how strong she is until you put her in hot water.
Eleanor Roosevelt

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