Aaaaahhh, lemur tea. Good on a cold night. No need to add sugar because the vanilla in it adds a fragrant and sweet note to it.
“Its going to be 100 degrees today. Buy my sinuses are still unhappy, and so an unseasonable tea is called for! Why precicely I thought cinnamon would be good for gunky sinuses, I do not know, but I...” Read full tasting note
“Like you, my tea cupboard…and counter…and basket…is overflowing, but I could’t stand being in a different (urban) shopping venue and not picking up a couple of things I...” Read full tasting note
“I got a box of this for Christmas, and have enjoyed having it for the past few weeks. I’ve mostly added sugar, and others have commented on how nice my office smells when I have a cup....” Read full tasting note
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Maybe I’m just not a vanilla tea person? Or I just haven’t found the right way to brew it. I’ve made this once, added a little sugar and milk, and I just couldn’t get past the smell of it. It was very…. popcorny-coconuty. I’m not sure how to describe it. It’s just a scent that I’ve always associated with too much vanilla, and I cannot get past it. I took maybe two sips before it became overbearing and I had to dump it. The taste of it was simular to the smel, or it might have been because of the scent that filled my nose with every scent. I might try to give this another try once I figure out a way to mask the smell of it all.