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drank Coconut Chai by SilverHawk Tea
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Sipdown! This was a fine coconut tea but didn’t have a lot of chai oomph to it

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Sad sipdown! I’m definitely getting more of this in my next order

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drank Foggy Coconut by 52teas
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I’m sad to see this one go, but I enjoyed it while it was here. It was creamy, coconuty, and bergamoty all in the right amounts.

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drank Cabaret by August Uncommon Tea
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This is a tea from AJRimmer. I’m always excited to try an AU blend, they’re always interesting at the very least.

For some reason this one tastes like chocolate and banana to me. I don’t know if it’s because I let it get cold or what but how strange! I’ll certainly have to try this again and see if I get a more expected result

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drank Irish Stout by Adagio Teas
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Tea swap sample from vallhallow! I added some oat milk and it brought out the chocolate and cream very nicely! This seems like a good “first thing in the morning” tea for me. I think I may actually have some of this stashed somewhere that I haven’t broken into yet, so thanks for the inspiration to go find it!

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Sipdown!
As others have said, this a pretty nice strawberry chocolate tea. Sadly, not much hazelnut and no pancakes at all.

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drank Spiced Apple Chai by Adagio Teas
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AJRimmer Advent Tea #5
This is a nice spicy chai. I expected a little more of a baked apple flavor here, maybe with a bit of sweetness, but sadly there’s not much apple to be found. Nex time, I’m going to try this out with some sugar or honey and see if that enhances the flavor!

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I’ve lived in Hawaii, Mississippi, Colorado, Maryland, Texas, California, and Oklahoma. I’m just waiting to see where we end up next!

My preferences are towards black and oolong teas but I love trying new and/or weird teas! I’m finally learning to enjoy green tea.

We recently moved to about 6500 feet above sea level and I’m still trying to get the hang of the lower boiling point! Any tips would be appreciated :)

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