drank Glazed Lemon Loaf by Tazo
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So on top of a late night, an early morning, and a “normal” Sunday morning teaching gig (ALL the 11-year-old boys coming off spring break—like teaching Great Dane puppies), we had a special kids service project event culminating in a Nerf battle. I was dragging anchor when I shuffled in the door.

I needed a no-brainer treat and this was what my no-brain needed. The lemon is sweet lemon, not tart, and Tazo has nailed the pastry aspect as well. I’ve never used the word “perfect” in the same sentence with “licorice,” ever, and I won’t now, but it actually accents this blend rather than overpowering it. Even better with feet up, eyes closed, and a Pillsbury Soft Baked Confetti cookie in your hand.

Mastress Alita

A cupboard staple for me!

gmathis

It has nearly replaced Vanilla Comoro as my “I need a cookie and comfort” decaf.

Lexie Aleah

hahaha Nerf Battles are great but so is this tea!

gmathis

The problem with Nerf battles is that you have to bend over and pick up every….single….ammo….round…. When you are no longer 11, that is slightly more challenging.

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Mastress Alita

A cupboard staple for me!

gmathis

It has nearly replaced Vanilla Comoro as my “I need a cookie and comfort” decaf.

Lexie Aleah

hahaha Nerf Battles are great but so is this tea!

gmathis

The problem with Nerf battles is that you have to bend over and pick up every….single….ammo….round…. When you are no longer 11, that is slightly more challenging.

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