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From Jeeves & Jericho

Our specially selected organic house blend, which also pays homage to our home Town of Oxford. It is of the same standard as our English Breakfast but with a little more punch. This tea is a full bodied and well-balanced blend for those with an educated palate who like their brew strong but intelligently sophisticated.

An elegant blend of aromatic Ceylon Highland teas with strong Indian Assam teas

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A friend of ours passed away last night following a massive brain hemorrhage.

Steepsterites, please PLEASE look after yourselves and your bodies and PLEASE learn the warning symptoms of stroke and brain hemorrhage. I cannot stress enough how important this is. It can strike like lightning from a clear sky and every single split second counts.

Then toast with me, please.

To Janet.


I’m very sorry for your loss.


Oh Ang, I’m so sorry to hear that. My deep condolences – to Janet.


I’m really sorry for your loss, Angrboda. :(


I’m very sorry about your loss. A toast to Janet.


My condolences to you and her family. Thank you for reminding us all of the importance of life and making every second count. This cup is for Janet.


To Janet. To her friends and family. My condolences, and may your memories be a balm.

Hesper June

I am so sorry for the loss of your friend. My thoughts go out to you and your friend’s family.


My deepest condolences. To Janet.


that’s so sad. I’m sorry your friend died.


I’m so sorry, Angrboda. There’s a chain email that sometimes goes around that is actually true, and worthy of paying attention to. If you think someone has had a stroke, when they are conscious: ask them to smile, ask them to hold their arms up, ask them to speak a simple sentence ie, the sky is blue. It’s not an all-encompassing approach but it covers a lot of symptoms of a stroke. Even if someone can do all three, they might still need medical help ASAP, but the information can make it easier for a dispatcher to get an ambulance out sooner too.


Memory Eternal for your friend.
You are so right.
Women especially don’t know the symptoms and they can be different than the ones for men. It’s a good idea to look them up. In case of stroke you have very little time to get help so time is important. There is a book I read called My Stroke of Genius written by a lady brain researcher who was alone and had a stroke and describes what it was like. I had a TIA which is like a stroke but no damage.


I am so very very sorry. To Janet …

Autumn Hearth

My sincerest sympathies. My grandmother died of a stroke, when my older brother was 2, she never got to meet her three granddaughters. Meanwhile her husband out lived her but have dozens of major and minor stokes, as well as three heart attacks, he lost his speech, his mobility and his independence, was no life at all. So the women in our family are very aware of the signs. To Janet.

Dylan Oxford

I’m sorry Ang. To Janet!


I am sorry for your loss! I hope things get better. Your warning is heeded. Those are very serious medical conditions.


Sorry to hear. To Janet!


I’m so very sorry. My heart goes out to Janet, her family and loved ones. ::hugs::


My condolences. To Janet.


So sad… sorry for your loss. To your friend Janet.


My condolences. To Janet!


Thank you everybody.

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911 tasting notes

This is like the mullet of teas. But instead of “business in front, party in the back”, it’s “Assam at the beginning, Ceylon at the end.” Assam’s malt, cardboard and a hint of honey show up while it is hot, a milder Ceylon woodiness and lighter body (and something fairly rye-like) shows up as it inches closer to room temperature.

Needless to say, though, this is both tastier and more stylish than a mullet.


Mullet. LOL!


I know, I’m a dork! I will confess that I was a bit groggy while trying to figure the best way to explain how it seemed like two different teas but still worked and my brain got stuck on the mullet. Not that a mullet is something that really works or is something to aspire to, but I am from the southern US, so I’ve seen more than my fair share of them.


In Denmark they tend to be called either Bundesliga-hair or Swede-hair. :p


Okay, Swede-hair makes me giggle a lot, mostly because I’m picturing a Swedish guy I knew in Japan with a mullet. It’s all sorts of wrong.

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