Still desperate for more caffiene.
The spices are more mild on the second steep.
Do teas like this have more hype because of their name than the taste is worthy?
Huh? I said on my first steep of this that it’s one of my favorite blacks (along with Lupicia’s Champagne Rose and Nathaniel’s Sweet Tea blend). That’s not because of the name, but because I like it. I also recently tasted Stash’s Christmas black and didn’t find it nearly so good, even though it has a holiday name.
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Engineer. Lives with her cats and husband. Likes fruity tisanes most of all, but willing to try anything.