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drank Alphonso Mango by Lupicia
608 tasting notes

Another sip down! I’ll definitely be repurchasing this one at some point. Such a perfect mango flavor.

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Made a nice big pot of this, with tons of honey and plant-based milk. Definitely the best batch I’ve made so far- perfect balance of strawberry, marshmallow, and toasty rice.

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Another sipdown. I boosted my rating a bit because it’s just so consistently tasty. The blackberry flavor is perfectly balanced with the oolong base. I’m very sad to be out of this one, but trying not to hoard every single tea I enjoy has been a goal for me.

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drank Momoko by Lupicia
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Sipdown. Coldbrewed this with lots of honey, and it was tasty. I reduced my rating by a bit because, while it was still good, it wasn’t as extraordinary as I remember.

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I’ve found this to be far superior iced over hot, and heavily sweetened. Last time I cold brewed it over night and it was pretty bitter, so this time around I cold brewed for just a couple hours. It’s not bitter, but it’s lacking the grape popsicle flavor I was looking for. I’ve found this tea is just a bit too finicky for the end result, so I don’t think I’ll repurchase when I run out.


Ooh a grape popsicle tea would be A TREAT!

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drank Terrific Toffee by T2
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Made this as an iced latte with a new “barista blend” pea protein milk, sweetened with brown sugar. I love oat milk, but I couldn’t seem to finish a carton quickly enough. So, I found this pea protein milk that is in smaller containers and is shelf-stable until opened. It’s an excellent replacement for oat milk in lattes! Very neutral tasting, which is just what I was looking for.
As for the tea, it’s very tasty as a latte, and the brown sugar complimented it well.


Oatly is the only brand I’ve found that I like in tea. Not sure which you like, but they make a small carton of their barista blend. I think it’s 11 oz.


I usually use Oatly or Planet Oat…I didn’t realize Oatly came in smaller cartons, thank you for letting me know!


You’re welcome! I’ve found the smaller ones on Amazon and they are shelf-stable. I keep my pantry stocked with the barista blend and the chocolate milk. It’s so good.

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There’s something reminiscent of a bug bitten quality- syrupy sweet honey, mostly in the flavor. There is a bit of a woodiness (like an oak tree after it rained) in the flavor. But, the aroma is extremely off-putting for me. Like boiled vegetables that sat out for a couple of hours. Subsequent steeps yield for of a chocolatey aroma, but the vegetables scent is still there. Definitely an odd experience, but the most intrigued I’ve been by a tea in a bit.

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Cold brewed this overnight. My memory of the sweet marmalade blend sounded really refreshing. This batch turned out quite a bit more bitter than I remember it being. Much more like an orange rind than like orange marmalade. Still okay, but I don’t feel like I will need to restock this one when I’m out.

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Hello! I live in Los Angeles with my boyfriend and 3 cats [+however many foster cats I have at the moment]. I’m also obsessed with all things spooky.

I became obsessed with the world of tea through DavidsTea years ago. I love to try new brands, so I’m constantly on the look out for new-to-me companies.

Favorite Brands:
Whispering Pines
The Necessiteas
August Uncommon
Jolie Tea Co.

Favorite flavors:

Most mint
Red Rooibos

Though, I’ll taste anything once!

I mainly brew western style.I like my tea extremely strong, so I tend to use wayyyyy more dry leaf than suggested.



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