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Probably my favorite chai mix. I prefer the liquid, though.

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drank Tazo Chai by Tazo
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Not a bad blend, as chai goes, but I prefer the concentrate to the bagged version. And I think Oregon is generally better.

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75

Another unexpectedly excellent bagged tea. Twinings, I feel, is particularly good at these.

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drank English Breakfast by PG Tips
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drank Original Blend by Red Rose
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If you’re like me – meaning, you won’t get anywhere near Lipton – this is the best option if all you have access to is grocery-store varieties. This is the very first black tea I ever drank; my grandmother made me weak-ish cups of it when I was a little girl. I loved it. My parents hated it: as you can imagine, it offended their Mormon sensibilities. Ergo, this tea is a nice combination of fond memories and palatability.

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drank Big Red Sun by Harney & Sons
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Fantastic if you can find it! I generally can take or leave Kenya, but blending it with Ceylon Kenilworth was sheer genius.

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One of the more recent comments says this blend is practically the same as Royal English Breakfast…so if you can find Big Red Sun look for that one instead! cheers!

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drank Assam Black by Honest Tea
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This tea is pure Boston summertime! My first pick for iced-and-on-the-go. I haven’t found it in the UK yet, though.

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drank Assam by Twinings
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A good standard bagged Assam, but not the best I’ve ever had. This is one of very few teas I strongly prefer with milk.

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drank Paradise Green by Lupicia
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This is, I don’t know, the fruit punch of green teas. If you like tropical flavors in your tea, this is the way forward!

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