I simply love this tea. I had no idea how much I enjoyed a good cuppa Earl Grey until I visited London this past May. I especially love the creme, or cream, whichever you prefer. My first was from Tea, there in London, but found the only thing positive about a layover in O’Hare was Argo Tea (gate G, I think). This is my second bag and I have a third of this little loose leaf treasure awaiting my use in the cupboard.

It’s strong and creamy and stands alone quite well, which is why I like it. The creamy sweetness makes it my choice over plain Earl Grey, which I will drink if I’m out and about and it’s the only tasty thing on the menu.

I meant to write this earlier this morning as I enjoyed the delight that is my first cuppa the day being this tea. However, I’m finished and have now already brushed my teeth so any more drinking will be tainted by Tom’s of Maine, and let’s face it, this tea deserves better.

UPDATE: I couldn’t stand it, the site says TERMINAL 3 MEZZANINE LEVEL, really, this is the only good thing about O’Hare in my opinion.

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I started drinking tea when I first went to Japan in ‘95. It’s been a delightful addiction ever since. I love sitting around a pot of tea reading a book or catching up with friends.

After living in East Africa the past two years working in community development, fair trade is incredibly important to me and I’m always looking for stellar fair trade teas and products.


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