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I hated this tea. I absolutely love juniper, like coriander, and I tolerate lemon fine. But I hated this tea. Even the smell made me sick. I couldn’t try it more than once. Sickly sweet lemon peel/oil was way too prevalent. coriander made it a little chai like which didn’t go. $8 down the drain.

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I love black, herbal, flower, rooibos teas in addition to many others. I like high, low, and mid-brow teas alike, both loose, and bagged depending on my mood.

My most searched for teas include flavored black teas, numerous tisanes, coconut, chocolate, rose, lavender, vanilla notes, but I am open to try just about anything. I I am not too fond of “natural flavoring”, hate artificial flavoring, not fond of black pepper in most tea, nor stevia leaf. I love matcha, but I’m not excited by green tea right now- I’d rather have a pu-erh or oolong over a green, but I’ll get back into green soon. I don’t like super fake tasting things, and I like Earl Grey but not in the morning.

I love drinking high quality and rare teas when I can, though I balance with everyday teas. I avoid artificially flavors, and even avoid “natural flavorings” if I can. I prefer that my “flavored” teas, are aged with the item until they become one, rather than having flavoring added to them. I really like this site so far. Feel free to chat.

I’m some what of a health nut, though I can be indulgent. I prefer to drink organic, sustainably sourced teas, with only real, whole-food ingredients that can be traced. I want to know the name of the chicken, and it’s life story before the waitress brings it to me on a plate. Kidding. About the chicken, not the tea. :-D

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