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drank Palekaiko by Lupicia
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Having gotten really tired of the Tazo Zen that I was drinking, I tossed this bag on top of the last little bit of the Zen and topped it all off with more hot water.

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Bonus points for creative steeping!

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drank Zen Full Leaf Tea by Tazo
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The lemongrass is not doing anything for me, today. Too much of it in the tea.
Should have gone with China Green Tips, while I was at Starbucks.

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drank Rooibos by Laager
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drank Rooibos by Laager
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Hopefully, the lack of astringency will have a calming, soothing effect, this morning, as opposed to the rough black teas that I am normally consuming.

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drank Woodbridge Puerh by Vital Tea Leaf
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Cutting the grease off the Chinese food!

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Quite a bit more than just chamomile going on here. Not at all unpleasant.

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drank Coconut Red by Vital Tea Leaf
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Truly a favorite tea of mine. I need to write a full review on it.

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Another good morning, following a not so good evening.
I am thankful for tea.
This got a bit scalded this morning, but not so much that the flavor is totally off.

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Weird smell… I am honestly not sure what to think, aside from that.

Preparation
205 °F / 96 °C 7 min, 0 sec 16 OZ / 473 ML

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