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My tummy is all stuffed and gurgly from tons of tea consumption today; and I still have two nearly full things of tea in front of me. I think making so many rich teas (and then adding milk to nearly all of them) was likely a poor idea. I need a tummy calmer like a Genmaicha right now…
Anyway – this + milk and then coupled with a small bowl of Red Velvet Ice cream
stolen from Tre is delicious and so indulgent and rich. Maybe a little bit too rich? The “cream cheese” icing flavour in this cup milk be a little too much for me tonight with my jam packed stomach.
I only slightly regret the choice to have such rich foods/drink.
I really love Stash. I don’t know how they do it, but somehow all of their teas manage to be dynamic and interesting, despite the fact that they’re bagged.
This is easily one of my favorites by them. Today, I got more vanilla and bergamot, and the lavender took a bit of a backseat. It went wonderfully with my cinnamon waffles.
Will be buying this again!
My husband received an array of bagged Stash teas from a coworker for the holidays (in a mug which was the only thing he was interested in). He gave me the teas.
This wasn’t too shabby! Usually, I’m not the biggest fan of mint teas, but this wasn’t overpowering; it was pretty smooth. Pardon my briefness, I had this at work about 8 hours ago at this point. I got a decent first steep out of my bag, tried a second – a no go. Not something I would expect from your typical bagged tea in any case. Anyway, this is good and I’d accept another bag but probably wouldn’t go out of my way to purchase.
This was my final tea from last night; bagged because I didn’t want to wash out an infuser, and caffeine free because it was like 3 AM…
Overall, not too bad. Again, the strawberry was flavourful, but the pomegranate not so much. And overall, I thought this cup was kind of weak tasting so I was a bit let down.
Oh, my goodness! Easily my new favorite bergamot blend! The lavender and vanilla round out the sharpness of the bergamot without diminishing it, and the black tea base has the perfect amount of presence! This by far and away outstrips any Earl Grey I’ve tried thus far. Seriously.
Good on you, Stash! A+
Thank you to Naylynn and Brandon! I’m loving the Double Bergamot tea that you sent! I could just sit here all day and smell it. It’s even better when I actually drink it! Considering that a few months ago I had never had bergamot, it is really amazing how much I love it! Now I have something to carry with me when I go out to restaurants and other places. I never really like their teas. Of course, I might not get to sleep at night with all the caffeine . :-) Thanks again!
Bagged tea and pop tarts for breakfast, because it’s quick/easy and I’m still so exhausted from last night/work this week. At least I have all weekend off!
I’m really happy with my tea choice for the most part though; I’m just slightly regretting not picking something with lots of caffeine like a mate; maybe that’d be just a touch more helpful with feeling “bright eyed and bushy tailed”. At least this is tasty!
Tre just got up and immediately started bitching about the dishes not being done. Excuse me!? I’ve been doing all the dishes for the last month: you want a frying pan so you can make eggs? Fucking wash it yourself.
In tonight’s steep-off chez sherapop, Stash Lemon Ginger is going sniff to sniff, sip to sip against Yogi Lemon Ginger, both in the filter bag format.
First observation: the Stash Lemon Ginger liquor is much darker, almost orange, than the Yogi Lemon Ginger, which is a cloudy yellow color.
Second observation: it might be the safflower in the Stash (not present in the Yogi), but something is muting the ginger in this blend, making it much less spicy and piquant and quite far from a fresh ginger infusion—my reference for excellence in this category.
Stash Lemon Ginger is potable, but nowhere near as likeable as Yogi Lemon Ginger. Yogi wins this round.
One of the most aromatic teas I own. When I make it, it’s because I just want to cradle it close and and feel the warmth on my chest and just breath it in. The smooth vanilla and spices bring a very high level of warmth and comfort that’s undeniable.
Unfortunately, the taste is a little short of that – but like I said, I make it for the perfect amazing smell and since it’s a bagged tea, having it that way is still pretty affordable.
Also, I just looked up the new DT teaware for spring, and I have to say that I’m really digging the Lobster Mug and glass Octopus Mug! Would love to add those to my collection!
I keep finding more bags of this Stash Chamomile, which I like, so I decided to try a steep-off tonight with Bigelow Cozy Chamomile. Stash won hands down. It’s definitely my favorite filter bag chamomile at this point.
I do prefer loose leaf sachets over all of the filter bag varieties.