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drank Herbal Spiced Chai by Pukka
93 tasting notes
I am having one of those days. Those days that are so bad, that the sky should warn people with pouring down water.

But the sky was blue.

Slept over, had a bloodtest, the people I had to talk to was to some sort of course…
The worst thing was I was so tired and dissy because of the bloodtest and lack of sleep, so I ended up beeing lousy at my work too. Life sucks.

And then I went home to shop tea online, only to discover that the shipping fee is equal to the cost of 1 kg tea!? H*** no.

So I am drinking my last teabag of Herbal Spice.
Note to self: Buy Herbal Spice and other teas in Denmark and transport it home yourself!

Like this tea. Don’t really think of it a chai (No milky feeling).
It’s color is dirty yellow,… Or maybe it’s just the lightning in here. It’s Spicey.
Smells deliciuos.

Jillian

I understand your shipping woes, even here in Canada a lot of companies charge more for shipping than the tea is actually worth (at one time Samovar charged $40 minimum just to ship across the bloody border!).

Angrboda (who actually is from Denmark) has the same problem. I guess the only solution is to search for the companies that have half-reasonable fees and stick with them. When I go to a company’s website the first thing I look at is if their rates are affordable – that way they can’t tempt me with their tea. :D

Rijje

Thank you for your advice :)
It’s expensive to be a curious teadrinker whereever you are in this world – I guess ;)

The first thing I look after in a company’s website is : do they ship to Greenland. And now, it will be followed by: to what price…Complicated world…

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Jillian

I understand your shipping woes, even here in Canada a lot of companies charge more for shipping than the tea is actually worth (at one time Samovar charged $40 minimum just to ship across the bloody border!).

Angrboda (who actually is from Denmark) has the same problem. I guess the only solution is to search for the companies that have half-reasonable fees and stick with them. When I go to a company’s website the first thing I look at is if their rates are affordable – that way they can’t tempt me with their tea. :D

Rijje

Thank you for your advice :)
It’s expensive to be a curious teadrinker whereever you are in this world – I guess ;)

The first thing I look after in a company’s website is : do they ship to Greenland. And now, it will be followed by: to what price…Complicated world…

<3

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Many things can be said about me, but I rather not go into details… Other than the facts that: Yes, I am from Greenland (Yeah, it’s totaly awesome!) and I love my books, cats and tea.

I love all kinds of tea, but must confess a greater love towards the Da Hong Pao and a deep hatred for Ceylon and Pickwick. (Yes, I am aware that Ceylon is area). Sorry, It’s not them, it’s me.
Other than that I love the greens, the whites and the blacks (and all of the things in the middle) evenly.

Rating system – I love the smileyrate here on steepster, so I’ll just follow that. That’s 1 point for the worst tea in the history of man, and 100 point for some of the best tea… note that I usually rate high because I am a optimist and love all things tea.

“You can’t get a cup of tea big enough or a book long enough to suit me.”
~ C. S. Lewis

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Nuuk, Greenland

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