My Camellia Sinensis package arrived! With a sweet handwritten note and a gift sample of Black Indian tea! :) We are so spoiled in Montreal with Davids Teas everywhere and Camellia Sinensis… Camellia’s teas are slightly more expensive but they are also better quality, and I’m rarely disappointed. Their teas are the only ones I can drink without milk and sugar.

So all five teas I ordered were blind-buys (well, expect for creme of Earl Grey), that’s how much I trust them haha!
And… I’m not disappointed! This tea is such a treat! I tried it both straight and with milk and sugar and it’s equally delicious. It’s heavier with milk but it makes me feel like I’m drinking a hot chocolatea, or teacolate? I wonder if they put flavours in this, but if they don’t it REALLY tastes like chocolate! Also, I don’t really get the pu’erh, though I’m not exactly sure what pu’erh is supposed to taste like…

I can’t wait to get my Chocolate Rocket from Davids to compare. I hope it’s really chocolatey. So! Another Davids package to come (probably on Monday) and I shall be ready for winter (as if…)

Flavors: Chocolate

205 °F / 96 °C 5 min, 0 sec 2 tsp 20 OZ / 600 ML

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I love tea!! Especially strong British style black teas and I’m starting to get into oolongs and rooibos :) And when a good cup is paired with a good book, life is good!

100: this tea blows my mind
95: a staple in my cupboard
80: very good, I might buy it once or twice again
75: good but I probably won’t buy again
70: average
below 70: undrinkable



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