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This was one of the first blends with which I ventured away from straight black tea. It just sounded interesting. And so….PROPER. Sure, I had tasted mango tea, and almond tea, and vanilla. But this was something totally different. I didn’t have a wide-brimmed hat but I figured I would try it anyway.

It is incredibly light and fragrant, but it still tastes like tea. Some fragrant teas taste overwhelmingly like their fragrance, but this one does not. I like this in the afternoon or the evening. The smell always brings a smile to my face, and I can picture myself sitting in a manicured garden sipping in the sunshine and eating little lemon cookies. Even though I’m usually just sitting on my couch watching junk television.

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190 °F / 87 °C 4 min, 0 sec

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Spending three years in Scotland during the college years turned this Florida coffee drinker into a tea fanatic. Upon my return I was disheartened to learn that American teabags do NOT taste the same! Bye bye teabag, hello loose leaf and special teapots for each type.

Yes, I still drink coffee. But when I need to unwind, when I’ve had a bad day or when I just want something to sip with a small treat, tea is my go-to beverage.

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Winter Springs, FL