drank Ernest Hemingway by Highland Select
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ashmanra tucked a bag of this into a card…she knows I’m an Assam-ophile…and this fit the profile nicely. Gave it a good five minutes in my travel Tervis this morning, since the bag was small. For a novelty bagged tea, it displayed a surprisingly proper level of rye breadiness. A decent cuppa.

teepland

As a fellow Assam-ophile (I love that!), I am going to add this one to my list of teas to try! Sounds good!

gmathis

Other notes mention it was found at a World Market, if you have one near you…we don’t (rural Midwest).

Evol Ving Ness

Tea people are just lovely.

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teepland

As a fellow Assam-ophile (I love that!), I am going to add this one to my list of teas to try! Sounds good!

gmathis

Other notes mention it was found at a World Market, if you have one near you…we don’t (rural Midwest).

Evol Ving Ness

Tea people are just lovely.

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