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sandra 15 followers

44 y/o Dutch mom of 3. tea addict. have enough tea to sink a battle ship. d...

Artp 68 followers

Converted to loose leaf in August 2012 and never went back! Exploring new tas...

Uniquity 403 followers

I am a lover of many things, but my passions include my records, tea and book...

CrowKettle 171 followers

I started my Steepster loose leaf adventure back in 2012. I guess I can’t say...

T.C. 67 followers

Passionate about the outdoors. Love to hike and backpack. Detest coffee, wine...

Lariel 117 followers

I’ve recently become more of a tea fan. My favourites are flavoured mas...

Rie 56 followers

Hello, pleased to meet you! I’m Rie, 19, currently a student at the Uni...

yssah - Love is Tea (LIT) 162 followers

Chai was my first love, and later fell hard for Earl Grey. Will always have a...

KeenTeaThyme 321 followers

Hello fellow tea fans! I’ve been a tea enthusiast for years but just re...

Ellyn 188 followers

I like all kinds of tea and am open to new things. I am learning about all ki...

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Bio

First and foremost, I’m a Mommy to my one-and-only daughter. After that, I’m a full-time student-nurse working on degree number two. Then, I’m a wife, a voracious reader, and a newly minted lover of loose-tea.

All my life I’ve enjoyed herbal teas, but am ready and willing to explore other flavors and concepts.

Being a full-time mom and student, the ritual of brewing and enjoying the subtlety of tea is extremely appealing.

I tend to like strong teas: original chais (not boring “masala chai”) are a big deal for me, and I’m hunting for new ones that can accompany my breakfast. I love EGs, especially EGCs, and I hope to find the perfect one some day. Not a huge fan of tisanes or overly fruity teas. I’m starting to love greens and whites, but only if they’re generous enough in the flavor department: no wimps. I’ve got to say, though, I really do not understand pu-erh (yet?).

80-100
Outta the park: delicious, amazing, a cupboard staple.

65-79
Good tea: not a staple, but would brew and/or buy again if in the mood.

50-64
Fair to good: nothing wrong with the tea, but not particularly interesting or not flavored highly enough.

25-49
Not good: can probably finish the cup, but may not brew again.

0-24
Down the drain.

Location

Upstate, NY

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