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Yummmm…what a great blend. This could quite possibly be a (temporary) replacement for Marco Polo! It has similar notes to my favorite strawberry tea. This held up so well to cream that I think I am in strawberry cream heaven. This is just like a rich strawberry ice cream. So good! Was perfect to drink as a dessert tea!

Thanks Rachel for mailing me this in my sample package:) I will have to add this to my “must order” list. Just need to make quite a bit of room in my overflowing cupboard.

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RachanaC (Rachel)-iHeartTeas

Your welcome and I never did think of the comparison you made between this and Marco Polo. I have both and think at some point I should do a taste comparison. Hmm the wheels are turning.

Meghann M

I ran out recently and have too much tea to justify purchasing more (hubby would kill me…or at least make me do dishes for several days). This is quite similar. Can’t wait to get some and try it iced as well.

RachanaC (Rachel)-iHeartTeas

Haven’t tried it iced yet but I am really low on my supply so will have to get some later to make it iced and I understand overflowing tea,I try to stop myself and it doesn’t always work. BTW, did you like the label? It is a photograph I took. Many of the labels are my photographs, yet another expensive hobby. LOL

Meghann M

I do like the photo. I understand about the expensive hobby, I just bought myself a new DSLR last winter. At least with the digital world things are a bit cheaper to manage (I don’t need to have rolls developed, although I used to work in a photo lab and do them myself). Need to spend more time with my camera, it has been gathering dust since summer started!

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RachanaC (Rachel)-iHeartTeas

Your welcome and I never did think of the comparison you made between this and Marco Polo. I have both and think at some point I should do a taste comparison. Hmm the wheels are turning.

Meghann M

I ran out recently and have too much tea to justify purchasing more (hubby would kill me…or at least make me do dishes for several days). This is quite similar. Can’t wait to get some and try it iced as well.

RachanaC (Rachel)-iHeartTeas

Haven’t tried it iced yet but I am really low on my supply so will have to get some later to make it iced and I understand overflowing tea,I try to stop myself and it doesn’t always work. BTW, did you like the label? It is a photograph I took. Many of the labels are my photographs, yet another expensive hobby. LOL

Meghann M

I do like the photo. I understand about the expensive hobby, I just bought myself a new DSLR last winter. At least with the digital world things are a bit cheaper to manage (I don’t need to have rolls developed, although I used to work in a photo lab and do them myself). Need to spend more time with my camera, it has been gathering dust since summer started!

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Live in the cornfields of IL, but not too far from the city. Expecting a baby any day now (due Oct 24 2011). Sticking to mainly herbal and low caffeine teas for now. Trying to encourage my husbands tea drinking, but he adds so much sweetner he may as well just drink diet pop. I love trying new teas, and will try any tea once.

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