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This is billed as the “Champagne of Teas”, well I think I got a “bottle” past it’s prime. I’m not getting a whole lot out of this tea as far as flavor goes at all. I really feel like I’m just drinking hot water (first time ever). Maybe it’s an old box? Whatever it is, it isn’t good.

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Kashyap

think the Champagne of Teas title went to Darjeeling a long time ago and just for that description alone I would have been dubious of the teas character..the only scented teas I’ve actually liked in a ‘whoa’ kind of way were the scented oolongs from Naivetea…if you get a chance check them out

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Kashyap

think the Champagne of Teas title went to Darjeeling a long time ago and just for that description alone I would have been dubious of the teas character..the only scented teas I’ve actually liked in a ‘whoa’ kind of way were the scented oolongs from Naivetea…if you get a chance check them out

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I am a tea lover, a wife, and mother of three cats (all rescues). I love to read, and to write. I’m also a BIG fan of the BBC’s Sherlock as well as Doctor Who.

I started drinking and enjoying tea (sure it was bagged Lipton, but it got me started) when my grandmother first introduced me to tea with milk and sugar (and peanut butter and jelly on toast) and my love just grew from there.

I was brought to loose leaf through a trip to Teavana aka my gateway to loose tea. But my taste has expanded along with my love of tea. Sometimes I right about tea on my blog – Gal In The Grey Hat.

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