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drank Sleep Well by Teaopia
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My final decision on this will be when I see how well I sleep tonight….
This is what I think of when i think of an “herbal tea”. Very generic. I don’t find any particular smell or taste coming through. There is a faint mint smell if I breathe deep. Not over powering….kind of like when my grandma’s purse….the smell of the scotch mints mixed with other smells, so that it became one smell, minty but not, If that makes any sense at all.
It isn’t unpleasant. No bitterness. It just is. I can’t see me ever thinking “Oh you know what I could really go for right now?” but I won’t hesitate to drink it again, especially if it helps me sleep!

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I am new to tea (this is Jan 2012). Well, not new to tea – I’ve always drank tea. My earliest memories of going to church is being “grown up” and getting myself tea, and then proceeding to put so much sugar in it that it wouldn’t even all melt.
I have never been a coffee drinker. I can’t stand the taste, though I love the smell. I feel so left out of life by not drinking coffee. I realize that “meet for coffee” does not have to be taken literally, but I do not understand the lingo I hear – grandes, talls, frappaccinos, lattes…complete foreign language. You get the strangest looks from people who find out you don’t know how to make coffee. I think people think I say that just to get out of kitchen duties, but other than instant, I do NOT know how to make coffee.
I just stumbled into David’s Teas last month, and have fallen in love with the fact that there is something, somewhere, for us non coffee drinkers.
I am learning that there is a whole big tea world out there, and I am eager to explore.

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