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Boiling 8 oz / 236 ml

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We’ve been having a problem with flies lately. I finally figured out last night that a couple of windows weren’t getting closed properly and I think that’s how they were getting in. Hopefully once we hunt down the ones that are in the house now, that will take care of the problem. This tea is lightly flavored, and quite pleasant, but not super exciting. The most prominent flavor after the tea itself is peach, but it’s very mild which is a bonus in my case as I find many peach flavored teas to be unpleasantly strong. There are other flavors lurking amidst the peach, but they are hard to pick out and mostly just seem to round out the flavor a little. If I had had more than a few sips of this, I might have more to say but unfortunately I stepped away from my cup for a few minutes and came back to find that a fly had drowned in my tea. A sad waste of a good tea. I may have more to say about this when I try it again.

Boiling 1 tsp 8 OZ / 236 ML
Super Starling!

I spent the second half of the review TERRIFIED that you were going t o say, “And they’d laid eggs in my tea, so I accidentally drank maggots this morning.” What you typed was gross, to be sure, but not nearly as horrifying as where I thought this post was going to go.


Turn off all the lights at night, but leave a bathroom light on, or other small room. They will all go to that room. You can kill them by swatting or spraying (we use hairspray!), put in a sticky trap, or they will die of the stress overnight when they can’t get out.


@Super Starling! Ew. I don’t know exactly how long maggots take to hatch, but I don’t think I leave tea sitting out long enough for that.

@ashmanra: good suggestion. I have noticed some congregating around the nightlight in the bathroom. The number in the house is dropping quickly now that we know how they’re getting in.

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