So things are finally starting to settle down after the move… Almost all of the boxes have been unpacked and pretty much everything has been put away, even if most of it is just a temporary home until I can find more permanent spaces… that’s always what I dislike most about moving, finding the right spot for everything in the new place…. But, as a benefit, I’ve discovered a lot of hoarded tea during this move squirrelled away in spaces that I had forgotten I had… This is a sample I picked up from someone during a swap when I was a little more active on this site than I’ve been recently… It’s also a sip down which makes me super happy because I’m pretty sure at this point I have over 500 different teas in various quantities laying around my house… I’ve had to hide tea all over the house in various cupboards so my husband doesn’t realize just HOW much tea I really do have… I would never hear the end of it!!! So, I’m working towards at least trying to finish off all my sample sized tea in the next couple of weeks… wish me luck… its a daunting prospect!!! Anyways, enough rambling… onto the tea review… This is a beautiful morning pick me up. It’s malty, earthy with a baked bread scent and taste. If I wasn’t on a mission to reduce my cupboard I would definitely buy some of this. This is the kind of tea that makes me happy to be sitting at my desk at work before everyone else gets in just enjoying the peace and quiet!

Xxxxx

Nice review. Sounds like my kind of tea. Since I moved cross country, I work from home now but really enjoyed being first in the office back in SF, sitting with my breakfast tray, tea pot, china cup and saucer enjoying the first cup of the day and the peace and quiet.

Moving is a trial, but there is the joy of discovery and the pleasure of crafting a new home. Enjoy that as well as your unearthed samples.

mrmopar

Only 500, you will run out of it shortly. Time to restock!

beelicious

LOL that’s the only problem with being on this site… everyone’s tasting notes are so tempting and I have very little willpower!!

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Xxxxx

Nice review. Sounds like my kind of tea. Since I moved cross country, I work from home now but really enjoyed being first in the office back in SF, sitting with my breakfast tray, tea pot, china cup and saucer enjoying the first cup of the day and the peace and quiet.

Moving is a trial, but there is the joy of discovery and the pleasure of crafting a new home. Enjoy that as well as your unearthed samples.

mrmopar

Only 500, you will run out of it shortly. Time to restock!

beelicious

LOL that’s the only problem with being on this site… everyone’s tasting notes are so tempting and I have very little willpower!!

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Wife, hiker, backcountry explorer, snowboarder, scuba diver, reader, amateur photographer, wine snob, traveller, student, workaholic and tea addict….

I’m partial to straight oolongs and strong blacks but will drink almost anything if it’s good! I’m also a sucker for coconut, pineapple, passionfruit, mango, raspberry and chocolate flavors and I’m starting to dabble in pu’erh but haven’t found my feet yet….

I’m a displaced Aussie who loves a good cuppa!

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