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Lianna said

celestial seasonings' canadian vanilla maple tea

Hey all—
Just discovered this type today. Of course, after I finished off the box I found in the cupboards, I found out it’s one of my housemate’s favorites, and she had been saving it since it was discontinued! (I hadn’t been aware of this before, otherwise I would have never touched it…)

Anyway, I wonder if there are any ideas floating around of how to come by this or something similar? I am thinking of trying to make my own maple crystals and getting some of the Madagascar Vanilla Rooibos tea to see if that compares, but if not, I am afraid I am out of ideas. Does anyone know any other brand with a flavor that comes close to this one, or know possibly where to get another box?

Thank you!

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I don’t know, but when you figure it out, please share! Sounds delicious!

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DaisyChubb said

Do you have a DavidsTea nearby? If not, I would still order her a tin of “Oh Canada” and a bunch of teasacs Online, so she can make her own bagged tea with the sweet canadian maple rooibos that is Oh Canada!

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I clicked on this persons profile and it wasn’t there anymore! Eeeek! I would have loved to follow them!

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Lianna said

DaisyChubb – google tells me that DavidsTea is a Canadian-based business, so I don’t think there would be a store nearby. I am in Boulder, CO at the moment, much closer to the Celestial Seasonings home base. :) I’ll have to bookmark that business since I see they do online sales and find out!

TeaEqualsBliss – were you trying to look at my profile? Uh oh, technology….

Anyway, honey vanilla chai purchased. Let the experiment begin!

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You might want to try the honeybush-vanilla tea. I will not suggest to mix your maple crystals with Roobis tea, cause it will impart an altogether different flavour itself (technically it will not be a tea).

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