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drank Chamomile Citrus by Mighty Leaf Tea
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I like this tea now that I’ve steeped it longer. The fruitiness comes out more and the tart bitterness of the safflower and hibiscus isn’t nearly so pronounced.

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drank White Pear by Revolution Tea
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I was impressed to see real pear bits in the ingredient list. Most fruit teas just have some mysterious ‘flavouring’ and leave it at that. The tea is nice and smooth and I love the hint of pear which is just strong enough to make itself known without overwhelming the tea.

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drank Russian Caravan by Lavender Basics
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This makes a light, delicate brew. The hint of apricot in the flavour was nice, although it smelled a bit overwhelming when I first opened the tin.

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drank Chai Spice by Stash Tea Company
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Very cinnamon-y! The taste and smell remind me a bit of those cinnamon heart candies you get at Valentine’s Day. I prefer a chai with a bit more balanced spice flavours. Still it isn’t horrible, and it goes nicely with lots of milk.

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drank Honeybush by Intaba Teas of Africa
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I like this, it has a natural, almost fruity sweetness to it while still having a pleasent, mildly herbal taste and fragrance. BTW Honeybush isn’t rooibos despite a slight similarity in taste (though I find honeybush much smoother and less tart), they’re two completely unrelated species of plants.

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drank Lady Grey by Twinings
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Drank this with milk this morning and the milk takes off some of the sharper edges from the tea and citrus flavouring. Yum.

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