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This is one of my favorite teas from The London Tea Room … bear in mind that the only loose leaf I have other than ONE is from The London Tea Room. Also the first place I have ever really tried loose leaf tea from. Regardless of all the teas I bought from them – this is one of my favorites. Tonight for the first time I have tired it with a little milk. I have had it straight, I have had it with honey, and with sugar in the raw. Tonight I added sugar in the raw and milk. VERY YUM! It seems fruity and a little smoky with the milk and of course creamy. Now I have not added milk to many teas, if any that I recall so maybe this is normal but it makes it very much like a dessert tea. Now I just want to brew a pot and have it without the milk and do a closer comparison!

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Most of my reviews, although not all, will be quite favorable of the tea. This is not because all tea is excellent, but more so because I generally will not waste my time on an inferior tea. If I do not care for a tea I won’t continue to drink it let alone spend time reviewing it. If you see a review by me you basically know it is a quality tea. Granted it may not suit your specific taste buds, we all like different things, but as for a tea on the whole it is a good one, from a good company.

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I enjoy most all oolongs, blacks, whites, and greens.

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