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I have had this a few times this semester and it compliments the dreary weather here quite well.

The heavy smoke smell of this lingers in my dorm for hours afterwards. Which isn’t a bad smell or thing but it is probably a good thing that I do not have a roommate to complain about the “campfire”. I really enjoy how smokey and piney this tea is and it reminds me of the summer when we have campfires on the site of an abandoned Christmas tree farm. The smoke is rich, thick, and cloying with the drying pine peaking out every few sips.

Preparation
Boiling 4 min, 15 sec

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I’m an anthropology and history major, with a minor in women and gender studies. I plan on going into Viking Studies, more specifically doing archaeology with a specialization in zooarchaeology/archaeozoology.

I’ve been drinking tea my entire life and when I was in high school fell into the world of loose leaf tea and the obsession has only grown from there. I drink far more tea than I log, but I am hoping to finally start rectifying that.

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