Following 14 Tea Drinkers

Sara 47 followers

I like ‘em sweet, spicy, fancy, and sometimes French. I’ll choose...

Josie Jade 175 followers

Just a Southern girl who loves sunshine, little dogs and all things tea! I lo...

darby 150 followers

<span class="caps">VERDANT</span> <span class="caps">TEA</span> lover!!! Davi...

Sil 385 followers

So no real clue what to write about myself here. A friend got me into drinki...

Ubacat 71 followers

I&#8217;ve loved tea since I&#8217;ve been a kid. Back then it was Old King ...

xhado123 29 followers

23 year old Male, seeking a good cuppa tea and a place to practice writing.

Nicole 256 followers

Tea afficianado. I wish I could make a living creating and serving tea partie...

Azzrian 403 followers

Most of my reviews will be &#8220;snippits&#8221; of full reviews that can be...

cteresa 141 followers

Inconstant tea drinker &#8211; I mostly drink tea when not too hot. I hang ar...

Devilish 70 followers

A devilish girl who lives up to the post-80s youth stereotype &#8211; hedonis...

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Musician, pilot, philanthropist, tea lover. Nothing beats a spiced oolong at 10,000 feet. Except maybe a cuppa dian hong with my feet next to the fireplace. Or some fresh bai hao yin zhen before bedtime. My rating system is pretty much like this:

1-20 : ‘Blech’ cuppa. Didn’t even finish the one I brewed, rest went in trash. That bad, at least for me.

21-40: ‘Meh’ cuppa. Finished it but threw away the rest of the tea or used it for other purposes like baking, gifts for in-laws, or serve to unwanted houseguests. Kinda like Twinnings or Lipton bag tea.

41-60: ‘Standard’ cuppa. Won’t buy any more, but will certainly brew all that I have left. Probably will use it to blend with other teas or as a base, or large quantities of iced tea for parties and such.

61-80: Good cuppa. Now we’re talking. Worth buying more if at the right price, love blending some of these too. Sometimes a few oddballs will find their way into this score just because I liked the fruity flavor or having it as an iced tea. Also my starting score range for new kinds of tea until I develop a good feel for my preferences or learn to better distinguish quality characteristics.

81-99: Awesome cuppa. You’ll probably find this in my pantry pretty regularly, unless it has been discontinued or I’m waiting for my next trip to Asia or Europe to pick up some more. Holds up well to multiple infusions (unless black/herbal), and will typically drink it unadulterated/straight. I’ll gladly pay premium prices and chances are I’ll be ordering and tasting a bunch of other teas this producer/company offers.

100: Cuppa bliss, oh where have you been all my life???! I will burn frequent flier miles and journey to the ends of the earth while paying nearly any price to make sure I have this stocked at all times. Over time as I discover some magical new teas, a few may fall off this list. Try to keep it max 1 per type of tea.

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