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I had received this yesterday, but was too immobile after work to make any. However, I must admit that this has been a fun tea to drink. I’m currently on the third steep; which really comes to life with the French Toast experience. I can taste a lot of the “toasted nutmeg bread smothered in vanilla maple syrup” in this steep; which is an accomplishment for LP, since he’s the food-tea combo inspired artist who made French Toast tea.

I will have to extend this note later on, but I want to point out something that occurred to me only a moment ago….A few weeks back, I had the pleasure to visit with LP, to drink tea, eat, and share many thoughts with him on many subjects. However, during the tea gathering, an idea was brought up about pairing food with tea. I believe that Andrew (LP) mentioned that there’s very little known about food & tea together, as much as there is with either wine or beer paired with food. Yet, here is an artist who has accomplished something so complex, unique, complicated, and undiscovered—and with his blends—has made a whole new kind of tea. He uses quality leaf with quality ingredients. And although I’ve never disliked anything thus far (I haven’t tried the Mediterranean Chicken Tea, as I’ve heard/read it called) while drinking LP’s stuff. And with that said, this is why I’ll always support his projects/teas no matter the cause. He’s a great individual with a unique talent; to which I’m happily able to give my monies over to him with the hopes that he can achieve his tea blends and/or dreams!

Flavors: Maple Syrup, Nutmeg, Vanilla

mrmopar

You are a lucky one! Got to get him to Virginia sometime.

S.G. Sanders

I know that I planned on coming down in August, but work, school, and adoption stuff all happened. I’ll probably be coming down in the late Fall and/or beginning of 2017 (with many hopes) to visit my aunt in TN.

S.G. Sanders

He’s a great guy to drink tea with. I’ve learned slightly more about tea, but also was given the chance to connect with others who’re passionate about tea, too.

mrmopar

Let me know as we will still be on for that. LP is a good one. Helps a lot of people.

S.G. Sanders

I’ll let you know when I’ll be nearby. I’m hoping to make my way down to TN in 2017.

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mrmopar

You are a lucky one! Got to get him to Virginia sometime.

S.G. Sanders

I know that I planned on coming down in August, but work, school, and adoption stuff all happened. I’ll probably be coming down in the late Fall and/or beginning of 2017 (with many hopes) to visit my aunt in TN.

S.G. Sanders

He’s a great guy to drink tea with. I’ve learned slightly more about tea, but also was given the chance to connect with others who’re passionate about tea, too.

mrmopar

Let me know as we will still be on for that. LP is a good one. Helps a lot of people.

S.G. Sanders

I’ll let you know when I’ll be nearby. I’m hoping to make my way down to TN in 2017.

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I’ve been drinking tea for a couple of years. It all began in college when a roommate had introduced me to loose leaf teas.

I figured that it was time to have a place to go to, where I can share my thoughts and opinions with others on teas; while expanding my palate and learn about new teas from others.

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