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This tea scared the pants off me, so naturally I bought 100 grams of it…and good thing I did! It’s oddly addicting, especially if you love scotch, the smell of campfires or drinking weird stuff. I don’t really know how to describe this one besides smokey. It’s confusing, but delicious, especially with milk and a tiny bit of honey (more scotch-like). But it’s definitely not for the faint-of heart… and I wouldn’t recommend buying 100g at the first go.

Flavors: Campfire, Drying, Fireplace, Oak wood, Scotch, Whiskey

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I love tea. I always had tea growing up, and now that I’m in my late 20’s and tea is trendy, I am loving it!
I love classic flavors – lemon, peppermint, orange, ginger, clove, etc, but I love when they get mixed up into something new and different.
I like most teas, but herbals, green (jasmine especially), black and white tend to be my favorites. I am getting into rooibos at the moment, which is a great adventure. Some tea still scared me to prepare myself, so I leave pu-reh and mate to the experts.
What I dislike in tea – artificial flavours, stevia (gives me headaches), lots of sugar or excessive sweeteners already added, and overly-spiced teas (ie – cinnamon mostly).

My tea ranking system:
1-20: Yuck. Not my thing
20-40: I could tolerate this if I had to.
40-60: Good, but I probably won’t buy it or drink it unless I have a craving.
60-80: Yummy, I would probably buy small portions of this as I can see me drinking it regularly.
80-100: Amazing! I would buy this by the bucket and be content drinking it lots! (It will earn a spot on my 100g tin wall).

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