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So, I’ve owned this tea for a couple months now, and I’ve been too enamored of my caffeine-free teas to have tried it. (I’ve also been kind of chicken when it comes to Darjeeling, because I’ve had such bitter Darjeelings before that were not good at all.) Not too harsh, this cup is mellow and has a nice body to it. I’ve thoroughly enjoyed taking this Darjeeling to class with me in my Teas Etc. mug with the chinese characters—brews a nice, full flavor, (not over-developed!) keeps me alert, and the sight of real tea leaves always starts an interesting conversation with the students around me.
Adagio has done a good job with this tea!

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I’m a student artist and unruly feminist, having recently moved to Baltimore to attend school. I have a particular fondness for tea, cats, painting…and vegan food. :)
I love most teas—especially chai.
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