2 Tasting Notes

I can’t live without this stuff.

Sometimes I feel it could stand to have a slightly stronger flavor, but it’s overall nicely balanced – far better than every other cheap Earl Grey I’ve tried at least. And the intoxicating scent alone is worth every penny.

Flavors: Earl Grey

Boiling 5 min, 0 sec 1 tsp 8 OZ / 236 ML

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Hm, not too crazy about this one.
To me, it just kinda tastes like a glass of hot, old oranges.

To be fair, my roommate seemed to like it – and she’s a good deal more fond of fruity/herbal teas than I am. So, ymmv.

Flavors: Cinnamon, Orange

Boiling 5 min, 0 sec 8 OZ / 236 ML

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Hello, stranger.

I’m rather new to tea, but quite happy to have found my way into this camellia sinensis obsessed world.

It’s such a joy to finally enjoy a treat that won’t cut down on my lifespan. Plus, teacups are cute as all get.

Thus far, I’m a huge sucker for Earl Grey and Lady Grey. I’ve got a penchant for adding citrus to pretty much any food I consume, so it figures.

Also, sencha is totally dope.

I hope to expand my palette, and have endless tea parties with Netflix and my cat.

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