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I really hate this one. Tried it twice and something about it hit me as sickly sweet, even though I usually like sweet fruit teas teas iced. I think I’m just not a huge fan of yogurt flavoring in a beverage and I think I’m learning that strawberry isn’t my very favorite flavoring either.

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I got this tea in the David’s Tea advent calendar and read/watched some reviews before trying it. It just sounded like it would work better as an iced tea and I’m glad I tried it that way because I really enjoyed it. I’m hoping it goes on sale after the holidays because I’ll definitely buy some extra to drink through the warmer months.

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This is one of my favorite teas from David’s. I’ve finished at least a full tin of this tea and just ordered another 4 ounces. I’m lucky in that I love the flavors here—ginger, mint, fennel—I know some people find it medicinal or too strong, but I love this tea even when I’m not having tummy trouble. I find it very soothing. And if I have a touch of heartburn or indigestion then I definitely head straight for this tea. I even like it iced.

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There aren’t many teas I don’t like, given the right blend, preparation and setting.

Ginger is one of my favorite flavors…I love ginger beer, ginger candy…hell, I even love ginger hair. So I’m here for most ginger-heavy teas. Hook me up.

I’m new to matcha, but completely obsessed since I made my first latte.

I’ve also been using my fruity teas for iced tea, and I still use twinings bags with lemon and honey for basics like irish breakfast even though I have a cupboard full of nice loose tea.

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