Holiday Mint

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  • “Almost anything I do reminds me of my Sammy so I am sure I will be talking about him a lot in my posts…just a heads up. (RIP Sammy) Sammy loved to sniff my minty teas. He knew that I LOVED minty...” Read full tasting note
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  • “Thank you TeaEqualsBliss for sending me some of this tea. A nice, crisp mint flavor meets a bold black tea – and it’s a very well balanced match. Smooth, clean, and vibrant in flavor. It’s good!” Read full tasting note
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Almost anything I do reminds me of my Sammy so I am sure I will be talking about him a lot in my posts…just a heads up. (RIP Sammy)

Sammy loved to sniff my minty teas.

He knew that I LOVED minty teas. This one is ‘just right’. Not overly minty but still refreshing and yummy.

ashmanra

We dogsit a lot, and one of our little charges just got in BIG trouble with its master! First she tore open a bag of Vanilla Comoro, so they thought it was the vanilla and caramel scent that attracted her. (She is a ten week old English bulldog.) THEN a week later she pulled out some Irish Breakfast and Ceylon teas and ATE them! So I guess doggies love tea….I told them not to be too mad at her. She is ENGLISH, after all!

AmazonV

aw, sorry to hear about sammy

LiberTEAS

This is something I’ve heard about from dog owners who have purchased my tea – where they would leave the tea for a moment’s distraction, and the dog would eat it! I do not know if this is bad for the dog or not though. Dogs really seemed to like my chocolate rose romance tea. LOL

TeaEqualsBliss

Well, I know dogs aren’t suppose to have chocolate – it’s deadly…so be careful with chocolate and dogs!

My Sammy never tried eating or drinking my tea or the leaves but he loved to sniff it. Our other Dog Suzie – I have caught her drinking the Strawberry Cream Rooibos from Wegman’s tho! LOL

ashmanra

We did catch the puppy drinking my tea once, and it wasn’t sweetened or anything! I think they just like the taste. And though I know they are not supposed to have chocolate, my neighbor’s dogs were left unattended for a little while and got on the counter and ate 3 dozen chocolate cookies she had just made. The recipe called for almost a pound of chocolate, and they were unharmed. My doggie stole my Godiva chocolates once. BAD DOG! :) My mom was a smoker, and her dog would get the cigarettes, tear the paper off, and chew the tobacco!

__Morgana__

Sorry for your loss. :-(

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Thank you TeaEqualsBliss for sending me some of this tea.

A nice, crisp mint flavor meets a bold black tea – and it’s a very well balanced match. Smooth, clean, and vibrant in flavor. It’s good!

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