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drank Vanilla Comoro by Harney & Sons
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The Harney and Sons website tells me that Mr. Harney, the founder, has died. This cup of tea is for you, Mr. Harney. Thank you for creating a company that brings me an so many others so much pleasure and enjoyment.


Very well said.

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drank Marie-Antoinette by Nina's Paris
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My very last pot of this. Yay!
I like the idea of this tea much better than I like the reality. Green apple tea sounds good, and I like rose, but nothing really gelled in this whole tin, and nothing turned out quite as I wanted it to.
Goodbye, Marie-Antoinette. I will have all my notes and the very pretty tin to remember it by.

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Ooof, I ate too much dinner. Tea to the rescue!
This minty chamomile is good for an overstuffed stomach, and its helping. Good.
I do think that this is an excelent tea, though I only seem to take it when I dont feel quite well. Heh.

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drank Apricot Vanilla Creme by Tazo
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As Terri says, this tea is aroma therapy. And thats this cup was just that. You can smell the fuzz on the apricot!

Terri HarpLady


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drank Paris by Harney & Sons
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Oh, Paris. Its been too long! I’m glad to have you back in my cup.
Today its especially fruity and vanilla infused. Just the way I like it.
A good cup, as I apply for jobs. (and, as many of my fellow steepterites know, thats a thankless prospect.)


ugh, I am going to be in the same boat as you soon.

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drank Marie-Antoinette by Nina's Paris
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Its my steepster anniversary! I’ve been a member of this lovely community for a whole year, and honestly I have no interest in slowing down at all.
This place is easily one of my favorite things on line. Its wonderful here, and I’ve met so many cool, supportive people, and learned so much about tea!
Here is to Steepster, long may it reign!


Yay! Happy Anniversary!


Happy anniversary! We love having you around Rosehips :-)


Happy steepster anniversary! :)


:) Glad your here as well.

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My evening cup. This is an excelent tea when you have other things to do, as you dont need to pay a great deal of attention to it.
It does what its supposed to.

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Monday. Where do the weekends go? Honestly, its like they dont even happen.
Tea. I require tea. Fortunatly, tea is something I have.
I understeeped this a little. Eh. Still tasty, but not the full symphony of delightful flavors that I usually expect out of my Tower of London.
Ah well.


Weekends ARE way too short!

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drank Royal Wedding by Harney & Sons
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A lunchtime cuppa tea to fortify me before I have to go and try and move a huge and heavy old sewing table. Whew. Its gonna be an adventure!


Sewing table—the old-fashioned kind with a recessed area for the machine? Are you decorating withit?


Yeah, that kind of table. I dont know if its going to be decoration or if I will try to refurbish it and use it.


Cool! My grandma had the old treadle-style sewing machine and a table like that. Can’t tell you how many times I pinched my fingers playing with the cast-iron treadle!

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drank Loke Lani by Lupicia
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Yesterday was unbelievably busy.
Work, a haircut, going to see The Fault in Our Stars, my boyfriends birthday party, and then home to collapse into bed.
Fun, but super busy, and no tea, out of my pot that morning.
Well, a reward of a beloved tea this morning.
This is, for the second time, my last pot of Loke Lani. But its unexpectedly come back into my life before, so it may not be again.
Sweet, and fragrant, I really like this, and it has good memories attached to it. And this quiet morning will become one of those.
Sipdown. Man, I’m am going to need more tea soon, at the rate I’ve been sipping down. I’m down to about 31 teas! (which at one time would have seemed very high, and now I’m thinking, is a rather small amount. Heh)


The Fault in Our Stars was so good! It’d be hard to go to a party after seeing it though. I was definitely all red and puffy from crying.


Yep, I’m afraid thats what happened to me. I managed to have a lot of fun, though. Maybe the other party goers thought I had allergies?

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I love tea! I confess that I was a hot chocolate lover for most of my life, but recently a switch has gone off in my brain, and suggested that I might just love tea. And I do!
I’m a bit of a novice, but an enthusiastic one, and am happily sipping new varieties all the time.
I love vanilla, fruity, and caramel flavors, and cant wait to try more.

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