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Being all stuffed up and drinking this one out of a travel mug with lid on it just doesn’t work. I took the sip top off and it really helps a lot. I still can’t quite smell it right, but it’s getting there. This tastes fine, but one needs to be able to breathe in the scent to really get the full effect of the jasmine.

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You should get the carry travel mug!

Cheri

I looked at it. Does it have a good sip top? I usually drink tea in the morning while driving to work, so I need something that doesn’t spill. There aren’t any good pictures of the parts….

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Hmmm, if you fill this one too close to the top it might spill as you tip it towards your mouth, although it really shouldn’t. The mesh lid really perfectly mimics drinking from an open top mug so that you can really smell your tea as you drink it. I really used to like the contigo auto-seal mugs, although not being able to smell my tea was such a dealbreaker.

Cheri

Being able to smell the tea is nice. I may have to try it. Plus it’s 16oz, which is really nice. The Thermos one is 12oz. It’s got some air holes, which does help for smelling but not really enough with the stuffed up nose I have from allergies and this awful cold. It keeps things nice and warm, though, which is really nice, and it’s the perfect size for my cupholder. Where’s the travel mug from again??

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This one retains heat unlike any mug I’ve ever tried—definitely for seven hours. You can find it here:
http://www.davidstea.com/ice-blue-carry-mug?&TF=ADA13E5CAE3F&DEID=

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keychange

You should get the carry travel mug!

Cheri

I looked at it. Does it have a good sip top? I usually drink tea in the morning while driving to work, so I need something that doesn’t spill. There aren’t any good pictures of the parts….

keychange

Hmmm, if you fill this one too close to the top it might spill as you tip it towards your mouth, although it really shouldn’t. The mesh lid really perfectly mimics drinking from an open top mug so that you can really smell your tea as you drink it. I really used to like the contigo auto-seal mugs, although not being able to smell my tea was such a dealbreaker.

Cheri

Being able to smell the tea is nice. I may have to try it. Plus it’s 16oz, which is really nice. The Thermos one is 12oz. It’s got some air holes, which does help for smelling but not really enough with the stuffed up nose I have from allergies and this awful cold. It keeps things nice and warm, though, which is really nice, and it’s the perfect size for my cupholder. Where’s the travel mug from again??

keychange

This one retains heat unlike any mug I’ve ever tried—definitely for seven hours. You can find it here:
http://www.davidstea.com/ice-blue-carry-mug?&TF=ADA13E5CAE3F&DEID=

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Still relatively new to drinking teas, or so I feel, even though I’ve been at it for several months now.

I’m drinking more and more of different varieties of tea.

It’s been a few months that I’ve been on here. I’ve expanded from greens and flavored teas to now I’m all about the oolongs and some unflavored blacks. I’m mostly drinking unflavored teas now, but there are a few of those flavored ones that have a special place in my heart.

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