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drank Glitter & Gold by DAVIDsTEA
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Its my birthday!
I was given a lot of tea, and a lot of tea ware, and even a pair of earrings that look like tea cups. What fabulous things!
I started the day with this. Softly sweet, with a nice hint of sparkle. It seemed like a good way to start this age!


Happy birthday!


Little late, but happy day to you!


Happy Birthday, Rosehips! :D


Happy birthday!


Wishing you all the best on your birthday! :)

Evol Ving Ness

Happy birthday to you!


Happy birthday!

Roswell Strange

Happy (Belated) Birthday!

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drank Christmas Tea by Twinings
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Yep, theres almost something citrusy in here. I’m not complaining, as I like citrus and spice.
Its far from the rich and heavy Christmas tea I was expecting, but that’s not a bad thing!

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drank Santa's Secret by DAVIDsTEA
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Tea of my morning, and it steeped up really well today. The mint and vanilla are so lovely. Its one of my favorite winter teas.

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A gift from my sister, in the bag of teas of doooooooom.
Ok, she didn’t call it that, but I do like to write out words that I can stretch to dramatic lengths like this.
This tea, however, I do not feel particularly dramatic. It was not unpleasant to drink, but I shall not remember it.

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drank Christmas Tea by Twinings
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As this was a gift from my new boss for Christmas, and it bagged, it was an easy choice for a work tea, and I drank the first of it this morning.
I thought this would be darker, somehow. More intense spices. As it is, it was light, and surprisingly sweet to me.
Enjoyable, but a perfect work tea. I could enjoy the sips I could pay attention to, but didn’t mind igoring it when I had work to do.

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Goodness, but this is intense. Its so smokey. I would hardly think it was an Earl Grey at all, except that it says so on the tin. I’m getting no bergamot at all.
Instead, I’d think this was a Lapsang, smokey and strong, with the lavender making a strong second note.
But my tastebuds are wrong, as its Earl Grey!
Huh. This was interesting, and will need more testing. Fortunatly my sweet sister gave me a lot.

Sami Kelsh

This sounds wacky. Is it good?

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drank Vanilla Rooibos Parfait by Tazo
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I am quickly learning what it takes to be a good “at-work” tea.
1. Bagged.
2. Easy (no complicated water temps or steep times)
3. A little boring, but enjoyable.

This last one will not always hold true, but I’m quickly seeing that I can’t focus 100% on the cup if I am working. People call, come in, and generally need things done. I work on trainings and my tasks, and while I like the flavors and sensations of drinking tea, I can’t focus too much on them.
This is all really good info.
So I’ve brought some of my bagged teas, and this one lept out as a good choice. I want to be drinking less caffine in the afternoon, so a rooibos is the way to go, and this one is pleasant, but not exciting or interesting. So I won’t care too much if it gets cold while I work!


It’s definitely hard to sometimes enjoy a good tea in a work setting.


You’ve got 1, 2, and 3 categorized perfectly.

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Elderflower is the dominant note, and its very pleasant indeed. Light, sweet without being cloying, and fresh.
This turned out to be a very refreshing tea!

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A sample I got a while ago, and was not sure what I was going to do with. I don’t drink greens very often, but when I do, I like brewing them up the old fashioned way. What was I going to do with this?
Boom! Work tea!
I’m afraid this did not leave a huge impression. Its light, with a clean citrus flavor. Pleasant, but not much more than that.

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drank English Teatime by Bigelow
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Work tea is brilliant! I am finally getting to try/sip down the bagged teas that I have. When I’m at home, I’d really rather have the loose leaf, but at work the tidiness of the bagged or sacheted teas is perfect. And I’m drinking down teas I’m not super impressed/in love with, which is fabulous.
I finished this one this morning, while working on all the things that accumulate over the weekend. Its decent enough, but not a particularly exciting black tea. This is excellent for mornings when you have a lot to do!
But I won’t be getting any more back in, and it is a sipdown!

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I love tea! I confess that I was a hot chocolate lover for most of my life, but recently a switch has gone off in my brain, and suggested that I might just love tea. And I do!
I’m a bit of a novice, but an enthusiastic one, and am happily sipping new varieties all the time.
I love vanilla, fruity, and caramel flavors, and cant wait to try more.

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