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Even though I find it too cinnamony, it’s a great caffeine free staple.
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brewed it double strong…. i will give it 3 stars.
My favorite nighttime tea.
Fairly good fruity tasting tea. I really only ever find myself drinking it during the summer nights.
Makes a really great iced tea.
I love the scent of this one. It tastes good, too. ;)
I’ve always been partial to this; I keep a box in the desk in my office for when I’m stressing (or when the A/C is turned up to ‘Arctic’).
No sweetener, no milk. Just straight up
Me too – no sweetener or milk. It’s best all by itself.
This tea is very soothing to drink hot with honey. Very good for sore throats of colds. Iced, it is very refreshing; perfect for a hot day.
where’s the lemon? where’s the zinger? no sir, i didn’t like it.
This blend can be a little overpowering. Be careful not to oversteep it. I prefer it with milk.
very good at providing energy (for a tea). it doesn’t go down easy, but it is very drinkable.
I’ve tried brewing this tea at various temperatures, and I never taste any pear notes; the only thing I’ve ever gotten is vanilla, and that note is fairly weak. Disappointingly woody tea.
It is a nice repalecement for the office coffee (YUK) gives me a little boost and warmth I need.
Normally I wouldn’t have bought Earl Grey from Celestial Seasonings, but I had a coupon and it was the only appealing blend in stock at the time. It’s actually not bad, but I probably wouldn’t buy it again.
Cooling and calming down with some pep-o-mint tonight. Early morning tomorrow to cheer the spouse through a half marathon. Gonna need some strong black tea at 5 a.m. …