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Thank you bonnie for your suggestion of adding a bit of laoshan black to this. I did try it straight again but it was just not happening. With a little laoshan black added I was able to drink and enjoy the rest of my steepings with this one. Will i get this again? Probably not but at least I can say that I’ve tried both regluar and winter versions :)

Invader Zim

I wasn’t a big fan of this one myself, I didn’t think to blend it though!

Sil

Bonnie gave me the idea. I didn’t think of that either heh

Invader Zim

Yeah I did the same thing with the Ginger Sage Spa Blend. I tried it by itself and didn’t care for it. After reading Bonnie’s one post of blending it, I tried it with a puerh and I was so much better. I don’t know why I didn’t think to do that with this one to!

Bonnie

When I add the Laoshan Black and a little bit of Hard Shu Puer Nugget it became like the Imperial Breakfast Blend idea. Glad you guys are experimenters too!

Invader Zim

It’s thanks to you Bonnie that we experimented and blended these!

Bonnie

Oh, you’d have eventually stumbled on it.

Ze_Teamaker

I wonder how Zhu Rong would do mixed in; considering it has spicy & woody notes in it.

Bonnie

Why not. Mix up just a little in a gaiwan or cup to taste then go for it.

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Invader Zim

I wasn’t a big fan of this one myself, I didn’t think to blend it though!

Sil

Bonnie gave me the idea. I didn’t think of that either heh

Invader Zim

Yeah I did the same thing with the Ginger Sage Spa Blend. I tried it by itself and didn’t care for it. After reading Bonnie’s one post of blending it, I tried it with a puerh and I was so much better. I don’t know why I didn’t think to do that with this one to!

Bonnie

When I add the Laoshan Black and a little bit of Hard Shu Puer Nugget it became like the Imperial Breakfast Blend idea. Glad you guys are experimenters too!

Invader Zim

It’s thanks to you Bonnie that we experimented and blended these!

Bonnie

Oh, you’d have eventually stumbled on it.

Ze_Teamaker

I wonder how Zhu Rong would do mixed in; considering it has spicy & woody notes in it.

Bonnie

Why not. Mix up just a little in a gaiwan or cup to taste then go for it.

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So no real clue what to write about myself here. A friend got me into drinking loose tea and it’s something I thoroughly enjoy though I have nowhere near the experience that many folks on the boards seem to have.

My other interests are cycling, reading, board games, disney cruises, world of warcraft and dancing – in no particular order. I love travelling and am currently working on trying to get my other half to as many place in the world as possible.

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