drank Lazy Susan by TeaSource
28 tasting notes

The aroma of this tisane in dry leaf, wet leaf and tea is undeniably one of my faves. It is like walking down the sidewalk and having a bakery around the corner leading you towards moist, sweet, delectable cinnamon cookies.

This cuppa is a second steeping, I made a pot at lunch for friends. It is a wonderfully sweet (not in the sugary sense, but the ahhh, the warmth of memories of home and family and friends) way to warm up on a cold winter evening. Especially when I’m procrastinating doing dishes from lunch.

(Seriously, this tea smells so delicious that I sorta wanna save it and put it in a dish on my table like potpourri.)

Boiling 8 min or more

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I started drinking tea when I first went to Japan in ‘95. It’s been a delightful addiction ever since. I love sitting around a pot of tea reading a book or catching up with friends.

After living in East Africa the past two years working in community development, fair trade is incredibly important to me and I’m always looking for stellar fair trade teas and products.


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