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From Stash Tea Company

Exciting combination of clean, cool spearmint and spicy cinnamon.

Ingredients: cinnamon, orange peel, spearmint, natural vanilla flavor, orange oil, natural flavor of clove, cardamom oil
Steeping Instructions: 3-5 minutes at 190-209 degrees Fahrenheit
Caffeinated: No

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Now it’s my turn for a cold! Since I can barely taste anything I don’t want to “waste” new teas, so I opted for one of my favorite hot teas to enjoy when sick: Crepe Faire. I always score this after the holidays and get a couple bags to last me until the next year. I love the medley of mint and cinnamon. There’s a slight hint of vanilla, more so if you add sweetener (as I almost always add a packet of Splenda). I’ve also made this with fat-free, calorie-free vanilla syrup and it’s divine as well. Makes this cold a bit more tolerable. At least it’s Friday!

Jenn

Feel better you!

KeenTeaThyme

Thanks! :)

teawing

Glad that creepy fairy stuff helped!

KeenTeaThyme

@teawing – LOL – I’ll never look at that name the same way again! ;)

teawing

Good! :)

QuiltGuppy

And I went the French route: crepe faire = crepes to make! (I’m hungry.)

teawing

@QG How would it translate in southern french? :)

LiberTEAS

I hope you feel better soon.

QuiltGuppy

@teawing – I don’t think I’m allowed to write it on here, but I’m sure it would involve a good time. :D

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This is a bit of a backlog. I finished off the last of my stash of this Stash tisane. You can read my published review of it here:

http://www.teareviewblog.com/?p=9532

I selected this tea because I had hoped it would be a strong tasting tea as I wanted to counteract the “buffered taste bud syndrome” from which I seem to be suffering. Unfortunately, the tea just wasn’t strong enough… I mean, I could taste the tea, but, I really had hoped for more flavor. It’s not really the tisane’s fault though, as much as it is my own palate at this point in time.

As a result, I’m not going to give it a numeric rating – it just doesn’t seem fair. When I did write the review for the Tea Review Blog, my taste buds were operating in full capacity, so hopefully you can extract my feelings about the tea from it.

Preparation
195 °F / 90 °C 8 min or more

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An excellent cup of tea to enjoy at bedtime. I settled in with a cup while I enjoyed a few episodes of an old-school Sherlock Holmes TV series last night, and found it relaxing – none of the flavors in the tea are very strong, but together they’re quite nice.

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Boiling 8 min or more

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incredibly bland first time around. must try steeping hotter and longer.

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