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I don’t know a whole lot about tea, but want to explore it more and remember the journey!
I am a 30-something year old wife and stay-at-home-mother of one. When I have time to myself I enjoy tv, classical music (but don’t ask me any specific questions, I don’t pay attention to anything other than how it sounds), reading (mostly fiction, but I have been more recently interested in philosophy and history), knitting, crocheting, and math and word puzzles. But mostly I spend my time building blocks, coloring, playing with play-doh and covered in food messes that my daughter loves to create.
I’m trying to figure out the best system for rating each tea. Unfortunately it’s not easy to pick out an exact number on my iPad (which is what I use most frequently), so my ratings must be in a range.
0-20: This was terrible, my husband can drink the rest.
21-45: This tea was drinkable.
46-70: I enjoyed this but not enough to purchase again.
71-99: I enjoyed this and would buy it again.
100: One of my favorites; it will always be in my cupboard.
Long Island, NY, USA