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Cassie W.  

User's reviews

  • Chamomile Lavender

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    Good for right before bed. Like being tucked into a freshly dried blanket.

  • Lady Grey

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    The light lemon flavor rounds out the bergamot well. I used to drink the Earl Grey but much prefer this tea as the creaminess is pleasant but does not take away from the flavor.

  • Mixed Berries Cold Brewed

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    Refreshing, cool and a nice cup of tea for an early spring morning. Feels like a breath of fresh air.

  • Earl Grey - Bold

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    A solid Earl Grey for people who like the ease of using bagged tea. It is a balanced blend, with a nice whiff of the orangey bergamot flavor.

  • Peach Cold Brewed

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    I love this tea! the tea bag is perfect for an individual serving, and it is delicious in the summer. It is bright, fresh, and as juicy as a real peach. Super easy.

  • Chai Green Tea

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    This is a really good tea, well balanced. A touch of milk or a bit of honey enhances its flavor. Good for someone who wants chai with less caffeine.

  • Premium Green Tea

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    I do not like this tea very much. It is good for a bagged green tea, but its flavor falls flat.

  • Throat Coat Lemon Echinacea

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    I swear on this tea when I have a cold. Great for people who use their voices a lot- singers, actors, teachers. Best with a touch of honey or lemon.

  • GREEN TEA WITH LEMON GREEN TEA BAGS

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    Pretty standard. For cheap green tea, this is much more palatable than the plain green, as the lemon enhances its flavor.

  • Chai Organic Latte

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    Really tasty, nice and sweet with underlying warmth. Can adjust how much concentrate you put in your milk to control the sweetness.

  • English Breakfast Black Tea

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    Average in taste, good in the morning. Best with a touch of milk. Used to be my go-to bagged black tea until Yorkshire Gold.