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Thank you jessiwrites for this sample, I’ve been dying to try it! This certainly did not disappoint. The leaves smell like cinnamon with hints of chocolate. Yum. Steeped, I can definitely taste the cinnamon with some underlying flavors of chocolate and vanilla. I added milk and sugar and this really reminds me of mexican hot chocolate- slightly less rich, but still toasty, sweet, with that perfect nudge of spice. This one has good potential for making it into my cupboard, for at least the fall and winter months.

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I can’t use chopsticks. My favorite smells are lemongrass and fresh coffee. If I were to die of something fatal, it would probably be caffeine poisoning. Reading, photography, traveling, and cooking are just a few activities I enjoy. I am a native of Krasnoyarsk, but grew up in Alaska.

I enjoy most types of teas, but am partial to flavored black and green varieties specifically.

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