90
drank Almond Sugar Cookie by Wegmans
1060 tasting notes

I thought I missed out on this tea since I didn’t see it on the shelves when I was in Wegman’s during the holidays. Luckily, I popped in today to pick up a couple of items and saw the canister on the shelf with the unflavored black teas. I was so excited that I immediately bought a quarter pound. No regrets.

This tea has a wonderful shortbread almond cookie flavor. I really do adore it. I’m about to drink a nice big mug while I take down my Christmas tree and attempt to get my living room back to some semblance of order. Usually I get the blues once the holidays are past, but this year I’m ready to tuck into winter and just enjoy some quiet and stillness for awhile… with a cup of tea, of course.

Preparation
Boiling 3 min, 30 sec 1 tsp 8 OZ / 236 ML
Shae

I love this – quiet and stillness. I’m trying to do the same. Good luck with your Christmas tree. Mine was a beast!

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Shae

I love this – quiet and stillness. I’m trying to do the same. Good luck with your Christmas tree. Mine was a beast!

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Tea obsessed since 2010.

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