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A front passed through over night. By the looks of it on radar it probably hit most of you in the US from the plains to the east coast. The temperatures dropped back to early March levels along with a lot of rain. My head is about to explode today. Aaaack!

I needed something comforting with enough heft behind it to overcome the pounding. Excellent choice. Grain and malt, honey and cocoa, throw in some molasses for good measure, and you have this tea. This is an amazing black tea that is staple worthy.

Stephanie

Yep. Lots of rain in the midwest last night and MUCH colder now! Brrr, but yay nice hot tea :)

Terri HarpLady

I think our high was 54 today, but when my son Drew left for college this morning, he texted me from the bus stop, “Snow?”
Of course, it was just a few flurries. Lots & lots of rain here, all week (which is good for my garden). And yes, LOTS of tree pollen in the air. My hearing is crazy right now, everything echoes in my head.

gmathis

Hang in there—-if it follows the pattern it started here, there’s a day of cool sunshine coming. I couldn’t keep my eyes off the window today…my solar batteries are in deep need of a l-o-n-g recharge.

gmathis

…and as far as the tea goes, I put it on my birthday wish list, but neither of my guys got the hint. Maybe if I UNDERLINE it before Mother’s Day…

ashmanra

Clouds, rain, wind, lightning, tornado watches, then a temp drop of over 15 degrees here.

K S

gmathis – if my experience is any example you might just want to order this yourself. My family have never taken the hints or out right beggings. Pretty sure they would if they could buy it locally – which of course does not exist.

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Stephanie

Yep. Lots of rain in the midwest last night and MUCH colder now! Brrr, but yay nice hot tea :)

Terri HarpLady

I think our high was 54 today, but when my son Drew left for college this morning, he texted me from the bus stop, “Snow?”
Of course, it was just a few flurries. Lots & lots of rain here, all week (which is good for my garden). And yes, LOTS of tree pollen in the air. My hearing is crazy right now, everything echoes in my head.

gmathis

Hang in there—-if it follows the pattern it started here, there’s a day of cool sunshine coming. I couldn’t keep my eyes off the window today…my solar batteries are in deep need of a l-o-n-g recharge.

gmathis

…and as far as the tea goes, I put it on my birthday wish list, but neither of my guys got the hint. Maybe if I UNDERLINE it before Mother’s Day…

ashmanra

Clouds, rain, wind, lightning, tornado watches, then a temp drop of over 15 degrees here.

K S

gmathis – if my experience is any example you might just want to order this yourself. My family have never taken the hints or out right beggings. Pretty sure they would if they could buy it locally – which of course does not exist.

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Having a passion for tea and living in rural America is a tough combination. The nearest tea vendor is 65 miles away. Joining Steepster has completely changed the direction of my tea journey.

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