First cup with almond milk and sugar, rest of pot without additives. Definitely preferred the latter.

Do people brew tea stronger for use with milk? Because I’m still not ‘getting’ this whole cream and sugar thing. I know I don’t have to like it that way, but I’m convinced there has to be a way I could at least enjoy it. No matter which milk or cream I use, and no matter how little I put in, it just tastes like hot, watery milk to me. The tea disappears completely.

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20-something. Semi-professional baker. Loves black teas and rooibos. Discovering new loves all the time.


I’m a habitually high-rater. Maybe I’m easily-impressed.

90-100 – A – I love these teas, and want to keep them in rotation.

80-89 – B – These teas are good, and I would never turn them down.

70-79 – C – These teas are sort of middle of the road. Drinkable, but would never be my first choice.

60-69 – D – I don’t like these teas, but they are palatable under certain conditions.

0-59 – E – Do. Not. Want.


Ann Arbor, MI



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