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205 °F / 96 °C 2 min, 15 sec 14 oz / 426 ml

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From Verdant Tea (Special)

January Blends Club

Master Han’s ’02 Shu, Tulsi, Carob, Goji, Galangal, Astragulus, Rhodiola Shatavari, Rose

5g/8oz cup steep boiling for 1 minute

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1071 tasting notes

Happy Friday! Man I love weekends, only 4 more hours to go at work! Hehe, it’s snowy and cold here again, I knew the warm weather wouldn’t last, but I hoped it would lol. Ah well, out come my rich, warming teas again! Ok this one is really really growing on me..it’s just so rich and almost savory…warming and delicious, even in the travel mug! This is starting my day off right. Loving it! See previous notes.

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6464 tasting notes

…and that would be sipdown 10.

I’m not sure what to make of this one. It’s sort of like an average cup of stuff going on. It doesn’t knock my socks off, it doesn’t wow me…but i don’t hate it. It just sort of reminds me of a bunch of the recent verdant blends. Rest of this is off to Terri so that she can try the blends as well. I just wish this had more OOMPH or something…

Terri HarpLady

Hey, my son Leif bought ‘Cards Against Humanity’, & Drew, Leif, & I played it the other night. That is the most hilarious game I’ve ever played, I laughed with tears streaming down my face almost the whole time we were playing. I thought of you!


yay! glad you had fun!

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129 tasting notes

I needed this spicy tonic this morning.
Going through some depression related to my health.
This cuppa is rich, earthy, spicy & definitely full bodied.
It is recommended for eve sipping, but this my morning cup.
It is getting me going and helping to draw out some sunshine
out of this cup and ignore the blustery, snowy day outside.
I cannot identify all the individual additions to this mix, but I love the spicyness.
This is wonderfully rich ♡☆♡
If you have never tried a puerh, but always wanted to ~
This is highly recommended ~ complex & rich & FABULOUS


May your day pick up and be blessed by warm weather, bright colors, and something that smells like spring.


Hope you didn’t dump your leaf after the first cup. This should resteep all day.

Surround yourself with good friends, good, music and great tea. If possible get out of the house even if it is for only a few minutes. We planned to go to town this morning, only made it a 1/4 mile before deciding it was too slick, but even that little bit helped.


Naw…I resteeped this one….really nice ;-)


Yay! A good pureh always seems to brighten the day up no matter how dark it is! Hopefully this cuppa has brought you some cheer and relaxation from the days stress.

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270 tasting notes

I was very unsure about this month’s blends from Verdant, as they all featured tulsi and a host of herbs, some of which I had never heard of! Despite my reservations, this tea is quite good! I’ve had a couple cups already but find it hard to describe – probably due to the exotic herbs. In any case, it is mellow and rich, spicy and comforting, and overall nice and satisfying. Take away from that what you will. ;) I used 2 tsp and steeped for 1 min, 2 min, etc. The tea was a nice dark cup every time.

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3179 tasting notes

Another Blends sipdown from Sil
Another tea I don’t really have much to say about. It wasn’t bad, but there wasn’t really anything about it that piqued my interest. I’d rather just drink a plain old Puer.
At least I’ve been knocking out a bunch of sipdowns today!

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639 tasting notes

So strange! This is like drinking a mild cup of patchouli with some vetiver added in. I don’t know how to feel about this. Kind of pleasant, kind of odd.

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117 tasting notes

This one’s from January, apparently, but I’m just trying it now. (What a coincidence, I just tried “midwinter robe” the other day.) I don’t recognize half the herbs in this (galangal? astragulus? shatavari? rhodiola’s a flower, right? or am I thinking of gladiola?) but it all blends together very smoothly. Not much to say right now, but it’s good. I could drink an ounce of this.

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1924 tasting notes

From Dinosara.

I keep on reaching for the other Verdant tea she sent me, because I think I haven’t had it yet. But this is the tea I haven’t been drinking.

I’m sipping on it right now, having added some honey. It’s pretty nice. Spicy, sweet, earthy. I think that once I remember that this is the tea I need to start paying some attention to, it will go quickly. And it resteeps, as well. I’m just going to do one resteep as I have some other teas planned for this evening, but I’m pretty sure it could do 3 or more.

Thank you!

In other news, I bought a gel manicure kit. Instead of more tea. Umm. Go me?

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If you mean the kind you cure with a light, they are AWESOME! My friend has one and we do our nails every now and then and it lasts and lasts. I will not paint my nails otherwise as it chips IMMEDIATELY. The gel lasts at least two weeks. Let us know what kind you got and if you like it. I need to buy one for myself!


I got the red carpet manicure ‘pro’ set and sandwiched regular nail polish. :) I also picked up the Quo by Orly base/top coat because it was on sale. I have plenty of nail polish colours so I probably won’t get many (any?) gel colours. Nail polish chips badly for me too, but so far so good. :)


Nice! I’ve been thinking about getting a gel kit since being at work just kills my polish. When I was at Sally’s the other day I saw that China Glaze has a new gel polish line too. Just add it to the list of things I’m obsessed with lol


All you really need is a light (LED, fairly cheap at Sally’s), and a base/top coat. Use regular polish in the middle, alcohol to prep the nails, and acetone to remove. I would have saved $20-30 doing it that way, but the Sally’s here is a pain to get to. Of course, I also came home and did my research while playing with the kit for the first time. :) And everything is cheaper in the States!

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