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Last sips of Cantaloupe and Cream from Butiki Teas!

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Murchie’s Lapsang Souchong, with a drizzle of maple syrup and a pinch of pink salt. Liquid maple bacon!!

WOW that sounds awesome!

Maple syrup is the only sweetener that actually compliments LS, in my opinion. the little bit of salt just ties everything together! And Murchie’s is one of the smokier LS I’ve had (LOVE cooking with it!)

Than sounds lovely. My next purchase will include and LS or an LS blend.

Claire said

Woah, that sounds awesome! I may have to try this.

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Lynxiebrat said

Right this moment I am drinking a Pu-erh from Teavivre. (About to write an review.)

Last night I tried mixing some loose Jasmine tea from Twinnings with some Sevenberry Sangria from Teavana, was hoping that it would make the Sevenberry more drinkable. Sighs Nope. Next blend with that will be with something really sweet, I think.

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I’ve been drinking Verdant’s Xingyang Silk Road Spice all day today to help soothe my rumbly tummy. I made coconut macaroons last night…and I ate half the batch in one sitting. Needless to say my body isn’t too happy with me for eating so much food, but this tea is helping to settle it a bit.

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Lynxiebrat said

the coconut itself might be part of the problem too. My tummy gets quite upset with me when I eat/drink alot of things with coconut in them.

But I love coconut! I never really found it to be a problem, I think it’s just that I ate too much. My husband made lasagna and well, lets just say it was like Thanksgiving dinner the way we stuffed ourselves. Then I ate all those macaroons on top of that. Yeah, just too much food! But it was so yummy!

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