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At our conference last week, one of the vendors was giving away samples of this at her booth. She gave me a handful to try.

Oh. My. God. It’s sweet. Jaw-locking sweet. Painfully sweet. The taste itself is actually not too bad once you get past the sweet (okay, the aftertaste isn’t too bad), but it’s way, way too sweet for me.

I’ve got two more samples of this…who wants them?

Cofftea

You have been so generous to me… if no one else claims them I will save them from the trash.

Jaime

I’m going to try to get your package out Monday or Tuesday. If nobody else wants them by then, I’ll tuck these into it!

Meghann M

I used to love these, but have stayed away for sugar for so long, I’m sure I would have a very similar reaction to you. This is what a coffee shop I worked at served as their chai, the liquid concentrate though.

Cofftea

Meghann, I agree I kinda get burned on things I used to like if I don’t have them enough- it’s really sad. Although I normally have very good luck w/ powdered chais (I can’t stand liquid concentrate though)- they’re a different beverage than loose or bagged chais, but good none the less.

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Cofftea

You have been so generous to me… if no one else claims them I will save them from the trash.

Jaime

I’m going to try to get your package out Monday or Tuesday. If nobody else wants them by then, I’ll tuck these into it!

Meghann M

I used to love these, but have stayed away for sugar for so long, I’m sure I would have a very similar reaction to you. This is what a coffee shop I worked at served as their chai, the liquid concentrate though.

Cofftea

Meghann, I agree I kinda get burned on things I used to like if I don’t have them enough- it’s really sad. Although I normally have very good luck w/ powdered chais (I can’t stand liquid concentrate though)- they’re a different beverage than loose or bagged chais, but good none the less.

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My love of tea started in 2001, whilst in an internship in London, England. I shared an office with a lovely man who would make me a cup of tea every morning without asking me if I even wanted it. I drink my tea neat now, because I’ve yet to find the sugar/milk combination that lives up to Pablo’s.

I drink any and all kinds of tea, and love trying new brands/varieties/flavors.

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