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drank Black Currant by Harney & Sons
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Pretty excellent black currant tea, I tend to like fruity black teas though, so I’m easy to please :). I’m looking forward to mixing this with some stronger black tea that I have, as I think I’d like the currant to be a bit more subdued. Better that it’s a stronger currant flavor, though, one can always dilute it!

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drank Lady Grey by Twinings
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Much better than the earl grey, in my opinion. Definitely worth looking into, probably one of the best “grocery store” teas I’ve had.

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I quite like this lavender tea, however it’s the first I’ve ever tasted, so I’m not going to rate it (as I have no frame of reference). BUT I’m expecting a lot of Harney & Sons teas this Friday, with a (apparently very strong) lavender tea among them. So I’ll probably come back and give it a numerical rating to reflect the comparison. Though this is lavender TULSI and not just lavender, so I’ll have to keep that in mind.

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drank Organic Chamomile by Stash Tea
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I’ve had mixed experiences with Stash teas, I hated their Vanilla Honeybush, but this chamomile is very enjoyable. I have admittedly little experience when it comes to tea, something I hope to change, so I’m going to refrain from rating this until I feel I have more chamomile experience. I’m getting a whole bunch of Harney and Sons loose tea on Friday, chamomile among them, so I may add a rating once I get them. On the whole, though, I like this chamomile.

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Just getting into this magical world of tea, very excited for what the future holds.


Ann Arbor, MI

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