Witches Broom Pu erh/New Mexico Tea. . . #spookyseason
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by skysamurai
3M ago
Generally not much of a pu er drinker but every once in a while I stumble across an interesting name like this one and find it difficult to not want to try. This one definitely looks interesting, bundled as it is. But once taken out of the bundle it just becomes another large leaf tea ..read more
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Autumn Mist Green/Adagio Teas
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by CuppaGeek
3M ago
Continuing on our fall/spooky theme- I thought I would try a tea that I have quite a bit of- Autumn Mist Green.  Autumn Mist Green tea is a blend of gunpowder green tea, dried apples, and creme brulee flavoring. Once I saw that- I think my excitement won over vs my wallet and I ordered ..read more
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Decaf Pumpkin Spice/Stash Tea. . . #spookyseasontea
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by ashmanra
3M ago
I have a confession to make. I don’t really get the pumpkin spice craze, other than the fact that is feels good to welcome autumn and cinnamon is just so nostalgic, evoking lots of warm cozy memories. But I think of these spices more in cake than in beverages. Add in my love of good ..read more
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Black Magic Matcha/Bird & Blend Tea Co.. . . Spooky Season Continues!
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by VariaTEA
3M ago
Bird & Blend Tea Co’s Black Magic Matcha is a mix of activated charcoal, cocoa, and matcha. It is a mess! Seriously! My hands? Black. My counter? Black. My frother? Black. Black EV.ERY.WHERE! Just covered! But it is worth it because this is one tasty matcha. Plus, the mess is easy to wipe away with ..read more
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Fuji Apple & Ginger/Pure Leaf
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by VariaTEA
3M ago
Continuing with the spooky/fall theme. . .Fuji Apple & Ginger from Pure Leaf- reviewed by our amazing VariaTea. . . I am very particular about my tea which means I don’t usually let anyone else make it for me. I don’t often drink teas in restaurants and bottled teas have never appealed to me. However ..read more
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Pumpkin Gingerbread Black Tea/52Teas
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by CuppaGeek
4M ago
Continuing on the theme of Spooky Season. . . Pumpkin Gingerbread seemed to be a good fit.  Of course pumpkins are a huge part of spooky season but there is also a horror franchise about a Gingerbread that comes to life so when I saw this tea in my stash, it was just meant to ..read more
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Spooky Season Countdown! Cotton Candyman/Brutaliteas
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by CuppaGeek
4M ago
Tis that time my friends! Time to enjoy all things spooky! Being a massive horror fan and all things spooky enthusiast – I normally enjoy spooky season all year long but recently I have started to see a trend with more and more tea companies offering more spooky inspired teas. So all this month, we ..read more
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Russian Caravan/Grace Tea Company
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by ashmanra
4M ago
I am a fan of smoky teas, whether they are smoked over a fire like lapsang teas often are, or whether they are teas with natural smoky notes like some Keemun teas. Russian Caravan teas are usually less smoky than lapsangs. As tea traveled the great distance from China, India, and Ceylon to Russia in ..read more
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Bai MuDan/Teavivre
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by ashmanra
4M ago
Someone told me once that white tea just tasted like a cup of hot water to them. I probably would have agreed early on in my tea journey. When your tastebuds are accustomed to strong root beer and sweet, fizzy, highly flavored soda it takes a while to train your palate to find subtle flavors ..read more
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Mermaid Matcha/Bird and Blend Tea Co
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by VariaTEA
4M ago
I don’t love plain matcha. Never have. However, I have been a fan of flavored matchas since the company now known as Matcha Outlet was operating as Red Leaf Tea. Long before even DAVIDsTEA offered flavored matchas, Red Leaf Tea was offering everything from Caramel Popcorn Matcha to Strawberries and Cream Matcha to even Cheese ..read more
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