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Tried this again: two tea bags in one mug, and upped the sweetener (stevia), and I am liking this tea more. The flavors are more pronounced (duh, Serenity, you are using twice as much tea). I will try the double tea bag bag approach stovetop style and see how it goes. Watch: next note will be all: I used 1/4 cup of milk and 3/4 cup water and four tea bags and bazinga!

Terri HarpLady

I always feel like Numi is a little stingy with their tea, it takes 2 bags to make me happy

Serenity

Yep. You know, I feel that way about nearly ALL teabags. But somehow I can’t resist the lure of the impulse buy when I am grocery shopping!

TeaRunner

Second the double-amount approach, both for teabags and loose tea.

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Terri HarpLady

I always feel like Numi is a little stingy with their tea, it takes 2 bags to make me happy

Serenity

Yep. You know, I feel that way about nearly ALL teabags. But somehow I can’t resist the lure of the impulse buy when I am grocery shopping!

TeaRunner

Second the double-amount approach, both for teabags and loose tea.

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Although I can be heard to mutter “Dust! Fannings and dust!” when drinking a poor cup of tea, I really don’t think I’m a tea snob. Want to talk about your favorite tisane with jelly beans in it? I’m there. Want to talk about gyokuro and assam? Done. I welcome the chance to discuss all things tea and tea related because I’m that kind of nerd: a tea nerd. Other things I’m passionate about: my family: my husband and daughter and our Chihuahua and new cat; literature, and social justice. I have poor eyesight, a good temperament, an odd sense of humor and a lot of curiosity.

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