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75
drank Indian Chai by The Art of Tea
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I’ve never had this blend in my cupboard at home but we have it at work and I go through phases of craving it non-stop (particularly in colder months), brewed in the pot with half boiling milk and half steamed milk and a lil drop of honey to sweeten it. Right now I’m at the peak of cravings and have a pot every shift!

Preparation
8 min or more

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95
drank Gone Surfing by T2
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85
drank Apple Crumble by T2
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80
drank Girlie Grey by T2
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75
drank Melbourne Breakfast by T2
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75
drank Melbourne Breakfast by T2
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85
drank Red Choc Mint by T2
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Ok so I lied, I’ve still got a handful of easy-ish sipdowns on the horizon, and this was my first one this evening! This week’s gotten so cold that it’s been perfect having this, but I don’t feel like I need to replace it for a while.

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80
drank Girlie Grey by T2
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No milk left in the fridge again so for breakfast this morning it’s a mug of girlie grey with a little bit of sugar. Yum.

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85
drank Red Choc Mint by T2
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85
drank Red Choc Mint by T2
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My way to drink this bad boy this season is two scoops plus a scoop of milo plus a little bit of sugar. Steep and then a splash of milk on top. Though now I’m all out of cow this week, maybe I will pick up some vanilla soy again…!

Flavors: Mint

Preparation
Boiling 5 min, 15 sec 2 tsp 17 OZ / 500 ML

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Translating my ratings, at a glance:

100 — CRITICAL OBSESSION LEVEL REACHED; CAN YOU MARRY TEA!?
95 — this must always be in my pantry. forever.
90 — excellent! you need to try this tea!
85 — very good! you should try this tea!
80-70 — I enjoyed this and will happily drink it again.
65-50 — Fine. Unremarkable.
45-35 — this wasn’t the worst drink ever but I was disappointed; it didn’t live up to my expectations at all.
30-0 — I didn’t enjoy this tea and that makes me sad.

MY TEASTORY:

Grandad got me started young, white (a LOT of white) Irish breakfast with two.

I never strayed far from that until the world of T2 Tea came to Brisbane some years ago, and now I don’t know what I’d do without a pantry full of tea options.

These days I prefer to drink my teas straight without sweetener (though I appreciate some black variations shine better with milk and/or a dash of honey/sugar). I also love a speedy iced tea (hot brewed then poured over ice), and my latest obsession is cold brewing (which doesn’t make a lot of sense, as Australia is headed into winter and I live in the coldest corner of the country, but oh well).

I’d love to make a bunch of tea friends on here, especially those who can talk Aussie teas with me. I’ve recently come back from a jaunt to North America and it was a real hoot to hit up DAVIDsTEA after reading so many reviews! I wish I’d had the chance to get to more stores… but I’m happy with what I got back past customs. See those teas and my local jams in my reviews.

I LOVE:
+ black teas
+ white teas
+ oolongs
+ flavoured versions of all three of the above
+ herbal infusions and fruit tisanes

NOT A FAN:
+ most green teas
+ LICORICE ROOT (my sworn enemy) and aniseed flavours

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Hobart, Australia

Website

http://tasmemia.com

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