Lady Magpie's Curious Tea

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  • “Is anyone else surprisingly sad about the death of Queen Elizabeth? I found myself really knocked off kilter yesterday, feeling grim and sad and a bit disoriented. I lived in England briefly when...” Read full tasting note

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How odd it is to find such a blend of black tea, pear, and ginger. It is a lovely, rich black tea with notes of pear and just a hint of ginger to enliven the senses and delight your taste buds.

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Ingredients: Superior Orthodox Assam TGFOP, dehydrated pear, dried ginger, Mathilde Pear Liquor, natural pear essence, vanilla extract

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Is anyone else surprisingly sad about the death of Queen Elizabeth? I found myself really knocked off kilter yesterday, feeling grim and sad and a bit disoriented. I lived in England briefly when I was younger, and that was a wonderful experience, so perhaps I feel a kinship to that nation.
But also she was a constant in the universe- water is wet, tea is great, England has a Queen.
Its the end of an era, and I’m never very good with the end of eras.
I’m trying a new tea today, but maybe not in the right frame of mind to review it.

Martin Bednář

I have very similar feelings, though I never been in the UK.
End of an era for sure, I just read an article that 20th century truly died with Queen death.
It’s somehow weird. We have to get used to it.

Shae

I was emotional about it yesterday too, but I couldn’t say why. I don’t have any ties whatsoever to the UK. But I’m also not good with change so maybe that’s a part of it. I’m definitely sad for her family though, maybe part of me is thinking of her more as a grandmother right now than a queen.

gmathis

I’ve been a fangirl for a very long time; even more so since the Jubilee observances. No point in glossing over her imperfections—she was as human as the rest of us—but there’s something to be said about a woman who could just survive 70 years under the microscope and have the strength of character to be on the job the day before she passed. My breakfast tea in the morning will be in her honor (I have my tin of Partridge’s of London set out and ready).

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