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Usually I write my reviews while sipping my tea. Since I finished my sample of this one yesterday morning, this isn’t going to be much of a review. I just wanted to note to myself that I really enjoyed this tea and remind myself to order it again. I think it was the lemon and orange that made this so wonderful. After every sip, I sighed, “Ahhhhhh.” (I did find it funny/odd that the tea looked very green when I poured it out. I don’t know why it had that appearance.)

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200 °F / 93 °C 5 min, 0 sec
Whispering Pines Tea Company

The dark green color comes from the yerba maté sitting for a while. There was probably little pieces on the bottom that made it through your strainer. Glad you enjoyed this!

MelissaTea

Thanks for the info.

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Whispering Pines Tea Company

The dark green color comes from the yerba maté sitting for a while. There was probably little pieces on the bottom that made it through your strainer. Glad you enjoyed this!

MelissaTea

Thanks for the info.

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This is my cat, Morgan, and a teapot my brother gave me for Christmas in 1995. I put yogurt on the tea pot to try to get my cat to lick it for the picture, but she was more interested in seeing what was on my fingers.
My brother had his friend make the teapot for me while he was at college. It has sustained many moves and two children without injury. It is very dear to me and I love it.
I am over a year into my most “serious” tea journey to date and loving my discoveries.
(Update: We had to put Morgan down at the beginning of February. She was a lovely cat. We recently adopted two male Tuxedo cats and we are trying to adjust to each other.)

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