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drank Jungle Ju Ju by DAVIDsTEA
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I love teas that promise an energy boost, so of course I had to try this one. Papaya and peaches didn’t sound too bad either. I picked up a 25g bag a couple of weeks ago and just got around to trying it a few days ago.

I had no prior experience with guayusa so I wasn’t really sure what to expect. In the bag I could smell the fruitiness, but also an herbal, earthy, almost pungent aroma. This made me a little wary, but I shouldn’t have been. I had it iced and it was perfectly fruity and refreshing. Very light and slightly sweet, it was delicious. It does have a somewhat herbal flavour in the background, but I actually enjoyed that and found that it only added to the overall flavour of the tea. I can see myself drinking this quite often this summer.

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Queer femme looking for love in the form of tea. Currently on a (seemingly never-ending) quest to convince my girlfriend of the magic of loose leaf.

Let’s see..I’m a 23 year old seemingly perma-student, having finished at university and moved on to college. I love reading. I love tea. I love reading while drinking tea. It really doesn’t take much to keep me happy.

Black tea is my all time favourite, preferably hot with milk and sugar. I like flavoured blacks the best, and my taste is embarrassingly unrefined. If it has some outlandish candy or dessert or fruity sounding name, I’m all over it. Especially things like coconut, caramel, chocolate (the usual suspects), bubblegum, cotton candy, and the list goes on. If it’s supposed to taste like something it’s not, odds are I’m going to love it. I also love a good earl grey, floral teas, and anything with currants. Love me some currants!

When it comes to iced teas I love fruity herbal blends and matés, for the most part. They are my hydration option of choice in the summer and I always have at least a glass ready for me in the fridge, if not a pitcher.

I am a self-proclaimed David’sTea fangirl, so please excuse the fact that most of my logs tend to be a little biased in their favour. I just can’t help myself, I must try all-the-tea from David’s!

I’m starting to get interested in matcha, and though I’ve loved the cups I’ve had prepared for me by others, I’ve never tried making it myself. I’m going to have to break down and order some soon, if only just to try.

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