Can’t figure what I don’t like more about this tea…having it pre-sweetened or the after taste from the Stevia. Maybe I just over steeped it and that was just why it was bad all around. But I’ll never know since I only had one of these to try. Let me re-phrase that…I have others flavors but no more lemons to try.
The ahh moment, I forgot this company also makes the sugar alternative in this tea. -Stevia. I’m not a fan of non real sugar products. That stuff & my tummy have a long talks =/

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Like most everyone I started out drinking Lipton tea. On a trip back to my home state of Oregon, I discovered Stash Tea Company. I liked them because they were from my home state and the flavors that I found. =) On a trip to Paris, France, I stopped by Mariage Freres. I had my “Ahhh” moment. The gentleman asked what I liked – at the time Earl Grey. My eyes went wide when he picked up this barrel of tea & shook it, opened the lid and said smell. I was in love. My first taste of loose leaf tea was Imperial Earl Grey. I took a break from tea but continued to drink Stash Tea.
Another door to explore opened with the discovery of Jane Pettigrew’s The Tea Companion: A Connoisseur’s Guide. I started marking off the teas I tasted in her book. I have purchased other tea books as well but Jane’s book has been the one I have always returned to for teas. I had the pleasure of picking up Jane’s new updated version of the book at the World Tea Expo. I look forward to tasting more teas. =)


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