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One of the best teas I have ever tried. Like Raffi said, Its not really a tea, but its well worth a cupping. Its aroma is insane! I neeeeed to find out where I can get this wholesale so I can implement it to my menu!!

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This is one of the most unique teas I have ever tried. It literally tastes like a campfire, in a good way. I read about the processing of this specific tea, and it is indeed oxidized near a fire. You may not like it, but its very unique.

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Michelle Butler Hallett

A good lapsang souchong is just heavenly. Very refreshing, too, depsite (allegedly) not having much caffeine.

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not a fan. it looks much better than it tastes.

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This tea is phenomenal. It tastes exactly the way it sounds. Kind of like a vanilla earl Grey. I sell it with my own tea company- http://www.tiestatea.com/collections/slenderizer/products/earl-grey-de-la-creme

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I sampled this tea, and I was not very impressed with its taste… the smell and appearance are exhilarating, but the taste does not translate… not enough almond taste to it

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I have tried hundreds of different earl grey tea, but never, not once, have I ever tried an Earl Grey quite like this. The combination of the lavender and floral notes give it an incredibly different taste.

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