My mother has asked me to create an entire costume series for her to use in her classroom, so for the last couple days I have been burying myself in research into lower and middle class clothing from 1450 t0 1800. My brain was whirling with jumps, fabrics, stays, and all sorts of odds and ends, so I decided to give the poor thing a break and grab a nice cup of tea.

My first impression? I just found a new favorite Earl Grey cream! I’ve tried several EGCs now, and some of them can completely overwhelm you – and the Earl Grey – with their cream flavors. This one does an excellent job finding a solid and smooth balance, and I think from now on it may take up more permanent residence in my cupboard!

You can read my full review on my blog: http://wordsabouttea.blogspot.com/2013/06/cream-of-earl-grey-organic-by-davidstea.html

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Feel free to browse my cupboard if you’re interested in swapping, but all the mate and pu-erh in our household is my husband’s.

For swapping purposes, please note the apple allergy. Thank you!

I tried to limit my cupboard to teas that were 1oz or larger, but that was a gorgeous failure in terms of swap communication. It’s all going back up.

Okay, I just feel wrong trying to grade things without a rubric – it’s too inconsistent! So, here is the grading breakdown:

0-50: Dump it!
50-60: I might finish the cup
60-70: Possibly finish the pot
70-80: I may keep this on hand
80-90: Cupboard space guaranteed
90-100: Poetry may be involved!


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