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From The Tea Brewery

Black tea, cornflower petals, natural flavouring.

Specialty loose leaf tea blended and packaged in Mahone Bay, Nova Scotia, Canada


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My Nova Scotian friend received some of this as a gift and passed on the rest to me, with a warning that it’s “strong”.

I thought it was a decent cuppa Earl Grey, a bit strong but not too bad. I like EG teas to start with so it was a perfectly enjoyable way to start my day, with a bit of milk :)

I’m a bit depressed because I haven’t been able to drink as much tea lately, so I’m being choosy and drinking ones I love, make it worthwhile. I miss writing reviews. I’m still reading everyone else’s though!!


cutting down on caffeine? i really need to cut down on MY caffeine intake that’s for sure. i’m always thinking, “i’ll cut down on caffeine … next week. i swear.” but that has yet to be seen. i do know what you mean though. doing things that are hard are, well, hard! but they tend to pay off in the end don’t they? don’t they? :)

ohfancythat (whatshesaid)

yeah, stupid caffeine! suckily for me my fave tea is black. boo.


Have you tried any CO2 decaf black teas? It at least is better than chemical decaf process so I’m told.


i have a Darjeeling CO2 decaf at home but haven’t tried it yet. i got it with the idea that i could add it to some of my rooibos teas to give them more OOMph. i am sooooo very tired of rooibos.


rooibos cold brewed + alcohol sometimes makes things more fun lol

ohfancythat (whatshesaid)

I’m going to have to google this CO2 thing!!

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