Ughhhh. I was so excited for this tea! Whenever I hear of teas tasting like honey I feel I have to try it, I LOVEEEE honey. When I opened the package, I felt like I was on a farm. All I was getting was hay! No fruit, no honey, just hay. I brewed it up hoping it would come out in the taste, but nope, I got mostly a black tea base with a strong hay flavour. I added some cream and stevia and it improved the taste, but I’m still getting the hay and I don’t know if I like it.

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I didn’t drink a lot of tea growing up, just the red rose my nana would make me with about 3 teaspoons of sugar added to it. I started getting into loose leaf tea about a decade ago when I visited our local tea house and tried Rooibos for the first time, though I only drank it on occasion. I didn’t get serious about it until David’s tea came to town. I was on a diet and wanted something I could drink without sugar that had a lot of flavours to choose from.

I prefer black teas, but oolong and green come in a close second. White and guayusa are in the middle, while mate, rooibos and herbals are at the bottom of my list.

Likes: banana, jasmine, pumpkin, lychee, blueberry, chocolate
Dislikes: orange, ginger, rose, hibiscus, butterscotch, honeybush

My non-tea related interests are music, camping, poker, softball, snowboarding, biology and animals. I have 2 dogs and they are my whole life.


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