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Republic of Tea’s version stands out from the rest, because they use peppermint instead of spearmint. I wager you’ll not find a tastier mint tea outside Morocco.

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drank Candy Cane by Adagio Teas
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As sweet and minty as its label suggests, it’s one of Adagio’s best Christmas blends.

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drank Earl Grey Creme by Teavana
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drank Almond Biscotti by Teavana
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Sadly, Teavana has discontinued this tasty blend, so snatch up as many as you can find! Cardamom and candied mango reign supreme, so easy on the sweetener!

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drank Snow Geisha by Teavana
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This geisha packs a punch! I find the brew tastier over ice.

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I’m a big fan of spicy teas, particularly masala chai. Throw in a bag of Deep’s ‘Hot Mix’ for a real Indian treat!
Japanese tea ceremony (Chanoyu) has captivated my interests for the last several years. Nothing like a wabi-sabi chawan filled with bright, frothy-green matcha!
I enjoy collecting Asian tea wares…
You can never have enough tetsubins.
Yemane Seigan is my favorite Hagi potter.
I prefer loose leaf over bagged tea.
BBC programming and black tea make rainy evenings even better.
One of my favorite mugs bares the Monty Python quote, “Make tea, not war.”
Everyone should have a Disappearing TARDIS mug.
I’ve made an effort to spot every gaiwan in a Shaw Bros. flick…
You can never have enough rock cane sugar.
I avoid fishy Pu’er tea like the plague! As Paul Hogan once eloquently said, “Well, you can live on it, but it tastes like sh*t.”

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