Wegmans

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70
drank Blueberry Blend by Wegmans
6770 tasting notes

I’m really not sure about this one. It’s Blueberry Black Flavored Tea and it smells great but it’s blueberry flavored and not actual blueberry or natural blueberry…it seems to be a bit bitter which interrupts the potential blueberry goodness. It’s not awful but I don’t think I would buy it again and I am glad I did the bulk and only enough for 2 cups.

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77
drank Chocolate Chai by Wegmans
6770 tasting notes

backlogging…finished up my stash

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77
drank Chocolate Chai by Wegmans
6770 tasting notes

The chocolate and coconut combo are what makes it…nice touches! Sweet!

Calochortus

This sounds super nice!

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77
drank Chocolate Chai by Wegmans
6770 tasting notes

This smells like a Chocolate Coconut Cookie. This also smells VERY strong. When I tasted it at first I thought it was much mellower than the smell led me to believe. It’s quite good. Its not too strong and not too mellow. The Chocolate Chips Prior to steep are HUGE and took about 3 minutes steeping to melt. I’m glad I bought this.

Preparation
200 °F / 93 °C 3 min, 30 sec

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68
drank Wuyi Oolong by Wegmans
190 tasting notes

This tea is okay. I think that for the price , it is a pretty good tea. The first steep is fruity, sweet and just a great tea to start the morning off with. I even put it in a latte cup and frothed some milk to put on top ;]

Preparation
195 °F / 90 °C 5 min, 15 sec

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68
drank Wuyi Oolong by Wegmans
190 tasting notes

i thought this tea was alright, the second steep didn’t hold too much flavor but the first steep was pleasantly sweet, fruity and buttery on the tongue. Overall, a pretty smooth tea for the price.

Preparation
200 °F / 93 °C 4 min, 15 sec

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68
drank Wuyi Oolong by Wegmans
190 tasting notes

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70

Fairly light in taste for a black tea, slightly lemony

Preparation
205 °F / 96 °C 4 min, 30 sec

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25
drank Dragonwell by Wegmans
4 tasting notes

Something about this tea reminds me of fried food, I like this tea produced western style, but in a gaiwan or glass brew, it tastes very oily.

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75

I had some of this last night and it tasted like Rooibos but NOT the Strawberry and Cream I remember…I wonder if the shelf life is getting weak…or maybe I just need to steep longer??? Sigh….

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75

Had this last night…wasn’t as creamy this time tho…still ok

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75

Backlogging…nice wind down cuppa.

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75

Smells a bit creamy prior to steeping. Not much scent after steeping. Nice darker Rooibos Color. You can certainly taste the sweetness of the Rooibos with a slight hint of cream and barely-there strawberry. All-in-all – a nice, sweet cuppa.

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75

Just finishing up a cup before sending the rest off to my SororiTEA Sista, Anne!

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75

2 cups with dinner. Satisfying!

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75

2 cups. The first one was great – the second was oversteeped and bitter…totally my fault tho…so still a thumbs up

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75

Backlogging from yesterday…very smooth

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75

Backlogging from last night…perfect!

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75

Excellent. Light. Lovely. Relaxing.

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75

Just bought today. It was from their Bulk Loose Leaf that they packaged. The packaging is very nice. It’s a neat white colored tea with a tint of light brown. It’s mossy scented, almost. But the taste is great! It’s earthy but sweet! A tad more sweet than earth. I really, really like it!

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95
drank Lavender Sencha by Wegmans
42 tasting notes

An interesting tea-and-flavouring blend, with dried lavender flowers incorporated into a straightforward sencha. The scent of lavender is very strong, which some may find disconcerting, but it steeps into a smooth and soothing green tea. A nice change from the more common jasmine-based flavourings.

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99

One of the best bagged teas I’ve ever had the pleasure to drink — which may have to do with the fact that the tea leaves used are not the dust or fannings commonly found in most bags. You can easily cut open the tea sachet and steep the leaves in a standard infuser. Highly recommended!

Preparation
185 °F / 85 °C 5 min, 0 sec

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75

Made this tea in a press-pot, came out quite wonderful. Very aromatic.

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