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Red Wolfe  

Just your friendly neighborhood tea drinker. From high end to hotel tea bags, I drink it all. The more I try, the more I can appreciate the best and laugh at the bad. Either way, I have a good time with my cup of hot leaf juice. I especially love anything on the sweet side.

User's reviews

  • Full Frontal

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    Nothing spectacular, but nice. The taste is light with a bit of tartness. I like the flavor, but there's not really much depth, hence only 4 stars. I will say it's very welcoming though.

  • Monsieur Lafleur

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    Easily one of the strangest teas I have ever drank. It tastes like an oolong, with orchid overpowering and a buttry mouthfeel. I had to check the leaves to make sure this floral beast wasn't an oolong in disguise. It's a punch of orchid, with a very "I bit into a flower" aftertaste. This is worth trying for the strangeness of it all, and worth trying again for the intoxicating oddity.

  • Oh Deer!

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    There's a refined bitterness to this tea that bites you towards the end. But for a pu erh, it's shockingly light. It's not too thick, and holds up to an astounding 11 (gong fu style) steeps before it lost its flavor.

  • BLACK METALLIC

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    Like a summery wine, there's a rich floral taste with no trace of perfumey flavor, and a deep "grapey" body. I highly recommend it for fans of unorthodox teas.

  • FLOWER OF MY SECRET

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    This tastes like chocolate filled with pot pourie or however it's spelled. The floral taste of rose is tamed with the sweet spice of the clove, and it blends very well.

  • White Pearls

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    The size is great for making a pot of tea without the need to measure, and the taste is phenomenal. Back of the mouth sweetness, baked bread notes, but great.

  • SLEIGH RIDE

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    Tastes kind of like apple cider. It defiently reminds me of the holidays. It's not worth the price by a long shot, but it's pretty tasty.

  • Strawberry Splash

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    The strawberry taste is faint, but gives a very present aftertaste. Initially, it's there to give a gentle softness to the overall tea.

  • Endearment Blend Oolong Tea (Maple Earl Grey)

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    Earl grey and maple oolong come together beautifully for a pancakey tea. It's the perfect combo of simple, fun breakfast with a sort of mature flavor form the earl grey.

  • Key Lime Herbal

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    So if you've ever had a key lime pie kit kat, this tea tastes like one of those, but as a drink. I'm very much a fan of it.

  • Decaf Tropics

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    The flat flavor of decaf tea really tanks this one for me. Aside from that, the tropical flavors really shine, though if caffiene isnt an issue, the pu erh tahiti is a much better version of a tropical island tea.

  • Enchanted Woods Chai

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    Very interesting. So the smell was very strong, nice and christmasy. Then I took a sip. The taste isn't very strong (hence the 4 stars not 5) but man, it tasted like a wreath. I liked it a lot.

  • Citron Green

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    Tastes like a green tea version of a sprite soda. I gotta say, I'm a fan. It's very light and refreshing, perfect for a lazy day at the pool.

  • 2002 Aged Wild Liu Bao Tea "803" from Guangxi

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    A very dirt tasting tea. The color of dark syrup, The dominant taste is dirt, but with almost a touch of fruit? There's a very "barn dust" aftertaste that works really well.

  • Melodic Mango (organic)

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    Odd is the first word that comes to mind. The tea is incredibly soft and creamy, but the mango only comes through as an aftertaste. Like its good, but so, so weird.

  • Fruit Festival

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    There's an odd toasty flavor, but I'm not complaining. The fruit is a bit generic tasting, with no real defined elements, but it is a decent "fruit" tea.

  • Mango Green

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    This had the distinctive flavor and texture of mango mochi. There was a sort of rice flour vibe somewhere in it, but dang is it tasty.

  • Summer Rose

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    I was worried by the overwhelming fragrance, but then I added a bit of honey, and was rewarded with a soft, floral cup. The rose was far from overpowering, but instead the perfect balance.

  • Dewy Cherry

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    Cherry tartness without the usual cough syrup taste I find with lots of cherry flavored things. It's reminiscent of just popping sour cherries on a summer day.

  • Decaf Black Toasted Marshmallow Blend Tea

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    It's a good tea, but its more just sweet tea than any marshmallow flavoring. Maybe adding some actual marshmallows might have helped. Other than that, it's alright, just disappointing.

  • Mangoes & Cream

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    So it's interesting. The tea has a weird oily sheen on the top of it, but the taste is pretty nice. It's a little more tart than I expected, but very mangoy and tasty.

  • White Fuzzy Navel

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    Sweet, a little tangy, and packed with fruit flavor. This tea is incredible iced, and a lovely treat for a summer afternoon.

  • Pina Colada

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    Delicious! It's a tropical vacation in a cup, even if brewed hot. Coconut and pineapple dance together, bright and fruity.

  • Coconut

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    I prefer the coconut oolong because it's smoother, but this is still very good. The coconut shines through, rich and creamy.

  • Queen’s Blend Green Tea (Lemon Crème Earl Grey)

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    A very light tea, like a more bergamoty version of Adagio's Lemon Meringue green. A light earl grey is a refreshing surprise, perfect for an easy morning.

  • Merry Berry Meringue

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    Light and sweet, the berries take a back seat to mellow cream tastes. It's like a macaron, but much less sugary. Either way, good for a late night sweets craving.

  • Aloha Blend Black Tea (Pineapple Earl Grey)

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    Pineapple and earl grey go great together, the sweet and citrus pairing perfectly. The fruitiness shines well with a little honey, without being too overpowering.

  • 2020 Yunnan Sourcing "Yong De Blue Label" Ripe Pu-

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    The first brew was almost black it was so dark. However, the flavor itself is deep and rich, like earth and coffee grinds, with a bit of a plant material finish.

  • Formosa Bai Hao

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    Smooth, toasty, and absolutely delicious. There's a slight spice warmth in it too, and it held up for 3 good steeps. I could absolutely drink this every day.

  • Chocolate Chip

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    For a real treat, add milk and sugar to this one. It's very similar to chocolate cookies, sweet, warm, and nostalgic. I'm a big fan.

  • Darjeeling Puttabong Summer

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    A lovely tea. There's a hint of coco, with a mild sweetness in it, just the way I like it. It's easy to miss the entire cup, because it's gone before you know it.

  • Victorian Garden Grey Black Tea (Earl Grey / Berri

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    Super mellow and relaxing, like sitting in the queen's garden and having an afternoon tea with berry snacks.

  • Gratitude Blend (Strawberry Earl Grey)

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    Great earl grey, but gets a point off for the weaker strawberry flavor. The strawberry is a gentle whisper that flickers by, opposed to a supporting actor.

  • Coconut Macaron Dessert Tea

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    So coconutty and tasty! The namesake reflects beautifully here, like a cup of a sweet dessert. The delicious tea is such a great way to start the day or afternoon. Pairs great with coconut macarons!

  • gingerbread blondie

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    A scarily accurate name, this sweet tea really does taste like ginger and blondies. Tasty as hell, but totally not worth the price, hence the 4.5.

  • strawberries & cream

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    I'm a little disappointed, but it's still nice enough tea. The strawberry taste is pretty ice creamy, and the oolong base is nice and smooth. However, I wish it was a little stronger.

  • Decaf Vanilla

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    Not so good. It's really flat, and the vanilla taste is weak. Then again, most decaf teas are. Still, it's not the best tea. Drinkable, but I wouldn't want it again.

  • Sugar Apple Fairy

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    Not as sweet as I was expecting, but the taste was very nice, like a baked apple with just a little caramel poured over it.

  • White Grapefruit

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    Pretty good, and by that I mean drinkable. I detest grapefruit, but with the lighter flavors of the white tea and orange, it was good with only a vile aftertaste.

  • Highlands Breakfast Black Tea (English Breakfast w

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    Very relaxing, yet still nice and bold. The orange goes wonderfully in the bold, yet smooth mix of black teas.

  • Night of the Iguana Chocolate Chai

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    Ok so there's a weird flavor in the back of this, an intriguing taste like licking a peach pit. The rest is a good chocolate chai, but that intriguing flavor is what takes it the next step.

  • Honeybush Wild Berry

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    Sweet, tasty, and incredibly fruity. The honeybush made a perfect base due to its smooth and mellow flavor, letting the fruit taste shine through.

  • Royale Assam Black Tea

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    A smooth, bold tea. The flowers don't really add anything besides aesthetics, and the tea itself has that very classic "tea" taste.

  • Forever Spring Medium Roast

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    Toasty and comforting flavor, with a sort of floral taste to it. It's not too intense, but there's also some charcoaly notes.

  • Raspberry Flavored Black Corse Cut Tea

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    Pretty solid flavor. The taste isn't as jammy as I usually like from a raspberry, but for its price point, it's a good value. It has a slightly tart, fruity taste.

  • Calypso Green

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    Fruity, coconutty, smooth and relaxing. It's a portal to the beach, and best paired with a good book and a sunny day to lounge around on.

  • Pecan Pie Rooibos Tea

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    Smooth and sweet, this tea is accurate to its namesake. The flavor is lightly nutty, comforting, and pie-like. Pretty delicious.

  • Caffeine Free Mercedes Apple Spice Herbal Tea

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    Pretty alright. I wished the spices were a little stronger, but the flavor was not bad. It's like a pie, but weaker and with kind of an odd aftertaste.

  • Orange

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    This has an odd nostalgia for me. The tangy taste of orange reminds me of the time I mixed Sunny D and tea to make an orange Arnold palmer.

  • Citrus Mint Green

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    Green and mint were meant to be. Mint and lemonade are a childhood classic. How could this not be delicious? You'd have to try to mess this zesty tea up.

  • Decaf Mango

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    Bland and flat. The mango flavor was present, but there was no depth to it at all. It's just weak mango juice in unremarkable leaf juice. Not bad per say, just really meh.

  • Coconut Grove Pouchong

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    This tea is reminiscent of a coconut macaroon or cake. It's sweet, delicious, and has the mouthfeel of coconut desserts, without all the crumbs.

  • Guizhou Twist

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    A soft, tasty green tea. There's some floralness that really comes out in the second steep especially, and a little sweetness all the way through.

  • Organic Volcano Oolong

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    THeres a sort of limey note hidden under the warmth and toastiness of this tea. It's interesting, with a changing feel with each sip.

  • Vanilla Rose Dark Tea (Pu'erh) Hearts

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    Just like their name, these are sweet hearts. The dark smoothness of the pu erh goes well with the vanilla and rose for a romantic, delicious cup.

  • Peach on the Beach

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    Peachy, mangoy goodness. It tastes like pure summer in a cup, especially cold. When it comes to fruity teas, this one stands up at the top.

  • Berry Blues

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    Sweet and tart, absolutely bursting with blueberry goodness. The taste is lovely and refreshing, and great however you like your tea (except with milk).

  • Decaf Raspberry

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    Not bad, not good, just pretty flat and one note. If you're looking for a good caffeine free raspberry tea, go for the raspberry patch instead. It's so much better.

  • Elderberry Fortress

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    I'd give it 5 stars, if it wasn't for one fatal flaw. This tea does worse things to your stomach than $20 worth of expired taco bell. But tastes amazing.

  • Grapefruit

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    Tastes like a rotting orange, or the experience of getting citrus juice in an open cut. Not a fan at all.

  • Spring Romance Black Tea (Lilac)

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    Ok this is weird. Why does it taste like floral bread or slightly off apples? I don't hate it, but its so dang weird. Something compels me to keep drinking more. I want to know its secrets, but the taste isn't my favorite.

  • PARIS

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    I can see why people really like this tea. The currant shows most of all the flavors. I was hoping for more of the citrusy notes, but I love currant, so I'm not complaining.

  • Green Chai

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    With a green tea base, the spices are mellowed from the lower temperature and shorter steep. So it's a really good tea for when you don't have the time or energy for a full milk and sugar chai.

  • Wedding Tea

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    This really does have all the feeling of a wedding. The sweet floral of the bouquets, the lovely vanilla of the cake, and just the overall vibe of love emanating from this tea. If I ever get married, this is the tea I'll drink while getting ready.

  • Heritage Blend Black Tea (Maple Scottish Breakfast

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    Smells like warm pancakes, and has a mapley flavor, more like the wood than the syrup if that makes sense. Like maple leaves steeped in my tea. Super good.

  • Brunch in Paris Black Tea Blend (chocolate/orange)

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    If you've ever had an range tootsie pop, then you know what this tea tastes like. Chocolatey and orangy, with not too much sweetness.

  • Decaf Strawberry

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    I don't like decaf tea, but this was a massive exception! It was just as good as the full caffeine version, with sweet, lovely strawberry taste.

  • Ya Shi Xiang Oolong

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    Warm and toasty, there's a light smokiness to it. It lingers long after drinking, with sort of a limey note at points. Overall, really tasty.

  • Blueberry Fields

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    Blueberry and green go so great together. The taste is bold and refreshing, lighter than the blueberry black tea without sacrificing flavor.

  • ROY G. BIV

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    The color of this is beyond beautiful, with a great taste of fruit punch. But heads up, it's way better iced than hot.

  • Black Chocolate

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    It's chocolate tea, what more is there to say? I like it fine on it's own, but it definitely goes best with some milk and sugar to bring out the full flavor.

  • Baked Apple Rooibos Tea

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    Name is very much accurate. There's a warm, comforting taste to it, like homemade applesauce or apple cake.

  • Earl Grey Lavender

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    Soft, mellow earl grey meets lavender for a wonderful cup of afternoon tea. There's no harshness to it at all, and it's a great guide to the world of earl grey.

  • Alpen Mulled Wine Flavored Black Tea

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    Pretty accurate name. Very winey in flavor, and a light touch of mulling spices. Not very strong on the spice, but overall a good cup of tea.

  • 'Red Velvet' Chocolate Puerh Dessert Tea

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    Red velvet is right! Just like a decadent cake, this tea is rich, delicious and full of flavor. It's one of the best teas that tried to mimic a dessert.

  • Ginger

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    Ginger! The flavor really punches through, but doesn't overpower the main tea. It's good, and not just a hot ginger ale like I was expecting.

  • Strawberries & Cream Black Tea (with Rose)

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    A refreshingly sweet, delicately delicious blend. It's exactly like it says on the tin, like a strawberry shortcake in a cup.

  • Housewarming Blend Black Tea (Vanilla Creme Brule)

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    Very sweet and warm, with just a delicious helping of like, a vanilla cake flavor. Housewarming is a good name for this cozy as heck tea.

  • Raspberry Green

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    More fruity than green, but it works pretty well. The base is nice and mellow, letting the raspberry flavor shine through.

  • Ooooh Darjeeling

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    Soft, sweet, and distinctively Darjeeling. The taste is relaxing an elegant, a kind of fancy tea party tea.

  • Pomegranate Rosehip Flavored Black Tea

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    Surprisingly light, even though it seemed like it would be kind of intense. The gentle fruitiness is really good. I could drink this for hours.

  • Blue Lady Flavored Black Tea

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    I'm not really sure what I'm tasting, but it's good! There's just a faint, soft taste of something islandy.

  • Decaf Blueberry

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    For a decaf tea, it's pretty dang good. Has sort of a fast food iced tea taste to it, might be the sweetness from the blueberries.

  • Merlot Domaine Chantelle Flavored Black Tea

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    The name is certainly accurate. It really does taste like a red wine, down to the aftertaste. Hot wine is not something I thought I'd enjoy (although mulled is another matter) but its dark and fruity without being sweet.

  • Blood Orange Flavored Black Tea

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    Kind of soapy, but there's definetly a strong orange taste here. It has more of an artificiality to it, but it's still pretty good, especially iced.

  • Ba Xian (Eight Immortals) Oolong

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    A very toasty tasting, full bodied cup of tea. It's enjoyable from piping hot to a little cool, with the main point being the warm toastiness.

  • Yunnan Noir

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    Remarkably smooth, this tea is full of wonderful layers of honey and slight cinnamon. It has a refined taste, perfect for any occasion.

  • Turmeric Bliss

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    Surprisingly ok for a turmeric tea. Like, there's no real taste of anything besides just "bright." I would never get it for myself, but I mean, it's not terrible, so that's a win.

  • Narcissus

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    A moody sort of tea, this oolong is a smooth and woody cup. Like its namesake, it's utterly gorgeous and easy to fall for.

  • Apple Blossom

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    Absolutely delicious! Its floral, sweet, and smells absolutely wonderful. It's like a wonderful spring day concentrated into a single tea blend.

  • Spiced Peaches

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    A pretty classic peach tea, the cinnamon and cloves bring a year round appeal to a usually summery tea. The sweetness and spiciness blend together for a very front porch kind of drink.

  • Apple Strudel

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    Super good! There's a light spice and sweet apple flavor to it, with massive chunks of apple making it look interesting. It tastes very pie like, and is a perfect treat for any fans of apple.

  • Tea-tox

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    Not something I'd drink again. It tastes really muddy and nondestinct, like there's no one flavor i can detect besides muddy.

  • Ginger Peach

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    Mostly a big cup of ginger, with the peach not showing up until the tea started to cool down a bit. I mean I love ginger, but a little more peach would have been nice.

  • Spearmint

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    Very "mint gum" is the best way to describe it. Refreshing and cooling, it's a lovely herbal tea for both morning and afternoon.

  • Gaucho Mate Chai

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    A nice, mellow chai that doesn't need any milk to tame it. While the spices weren't as bold as I'd like, it's good.

  • Honeybush Hazelnut

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    Excellent hazelnut flavor, bold like nutella, but less sweet. It's perfect for a punch of flavor late in the afternoon, or before bed.

  • Casablanca Twist

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    Oh this is delicious. The mint pairs perfectly with the base tea, resulting in a mellower Moroccan mint tea.

  • Foxtrot

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    Relaxing, yet with a bit of energy to it. The mint and chamomile play very nice together, making it a very good any time of day herbal tea.

  • Sweet Georgia Peach Black Tea

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    Everything I love in a peach tea! There's a natural sweetness, bright fruity flavors, and the taste of summer itself. Absolutely delicious.

  • Pomegranate Green

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    I wish more places had a similar tea. It reminds me of the sleepytime tea I used to drink all the time, but so much better. Pomegranate and green are just meant to be.

  • Apricot Green

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    A sweet, refreshing flavor that I wish I had thought to ice. Apricot really pairs well with the green, and they compliment each other with tastes of spring.

  • Oriental Spice

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    For some reason, mine was very earthy, like a citrus grove after rain. The spices were mild, but pleasant. I enjoyed it a lot.

  • Formosa Oolong

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    This tea is wonderfully smooth, with dark fruity notes. The flavor stands up to resteeping very nicely, and is a must try for any oolong fan.

  • Currant

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    Nostalgic, jammy, and very tasty. I love the bright, refreshing taste and when paired with honey, it's like a sweet pieish taste.

  • Assam Harmony

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    An outstanding, bold tea. The maltiness is a lovely partner for milk and sugar, making it a perfect morning tea.

  • Chamomile

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    Mellow and floral, chamomile is the essential before bed tea, perfect to unwind after a long day. Great on its own or mixed with lavender or lemongrass.

  • Thai Chai

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    While the chai spices I love so much are fairly weak, the coconut is nice. It's very coconut forward.

  • Peach Oolong

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    I love the bright sweetness of the peach. The oolong is slightly toasty, and provides a nice contrast. Very good peach.

  • Spring Pear Mountain Oolong

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    Big, bold leaves with a unique smell. I prefer this for its light yet present taste, so it's not overwhelming in any aspect.

  • Winter Chilaishan Oolong

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    Now this I like. The leaves are so big and just packed with flavor. It's a soft feeling tea with a wonderful classic oolong taste.

  • Pear Mountain Roast

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    It's a bit on the average side for oolongs, but the texture is really nice and smooth. A good, relaxing tea that pairs best with a good book.

  • Wild Cultivar Oolong (Eastern Camellia Formosensis

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    This tea had kind of a funky smell to the damp leaves, but I ended up enjoying it a lot. It's a unique taste I can't really describe.

  • Golden Muzha Tieguanyin

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    A very rich tasting tea, with some truly incredible caramely taste to it. It's way beyond a normal tieguanyin.

  • Dragon's Eye Charcoal Muzha Tieguanyin

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    Very toasty, but there's no overpowering smokiness. It's a very warming, comforting cup of tea that holds onto its flavor for quite a few steeps.

  • Monk's Organic GABA Oolong

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    How can one unflavored tea taste so incredible? It's almost like candied fruits with how sweet it is. I think this is my favorite oolong ever.

  • Florida Sunshine

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    Remember the cheap lemonade powder from when you were a kid? This is like that, but better and more refined. A very nostalgic tea.

  • Victorian Chai

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    Ok, this is a really weird chai, but I love it. It's more floral than spice, and tastes like pot pouri in the best way.

  • Superberry Trifecta

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    A very fruity tea with some nice tartness and beautiful color. I really like how well everything blends together in a tart and tasty way.

  • Apricot Ginger

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    For a peachy tea with no peaches, this is pretty darn tasty. I love the bit of bite from the ginger, which is good for a wintery peach tea.

  • Champagne Wishes

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    First off, I detest champagne. But this is absolutely delicious! There's a lovely taste of grape that goes so well with the black tea, and it just feels very fancy.

  • Honeybush Banana Nut

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    Liquid banana bread. That's the only way I can think to describe this tea. If you like banana bread, you'll really like this.

  • Chocolate Chai Pu Erh

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    Mostly got some nice gingery flavor my first steep, with some good chocolate accents. The second steep was more earthy and mild, but delicious.

  • Chili Lime Green

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    When I say I like spicy tea, I don't mean chili! I can see where they were going. Chili lime chips are great. But in my green tea? no thank you.

  • Peach Bellini

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    Pretty weak flavor. But what little I could taste was pretty good. If only it were stronger, it would have been absolutely incredible.

  • Rooibos Lemon Cloud

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    This tastes like a lemon girl scout cookie! It's so refreshingly lemony, without being overly tart. I absolutely adore this tea.

  • Chocolate

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    Chocolate truffle is a better tea, but this is still pretty good. It's a tasty tea for mixing, and with a bit of coco powder, it's a dang good tea.

  • Green Rooibos Citron

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    Tasty! I love this as a caffeine free treat later in the day. There's a nice zestiness to it, but not too strong.

  • Vanilla

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    I was hoping for a more intense vanilla taste based on what I smelled, but it's tasty. Better mixed with something like strawberry than on its own.

  • Lemongrass

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    A lovely lemongrass. So bright and lemony, just the way I like it. It's also pretty useful in the kitchen, and is wonderful with some lavender.

  • Black Dragon Pearls

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    The lovely taste of a strong breakfast tea with the fun of a jasmine pearl. I love pearl teas in general, and I'm so glad to find a black tea version.

  • Cha Cha

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    The chamomile is greatly enhanced by lemongrass. This blend is mellow, yet uplifting, good for any time of day.

  • Conga

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    A delightfully smooth tea with some lovely tropical tastes. It's not a full trip to the islands, but perfect for bringing a bit of tropical warmth to a cold day.

  • Ceylon Sonata

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    Good tea, one that's like a classic iced tea but hot. It has a nice fullness to it, and is an easy morning tea.

  • Rooibos

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    Very woody taste that's a good base for caffeine free blends, and pretty good on its own. It's mellow and simple, which is good for a relaxing night.

  • Sencha Overture

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    Dang good sencha! It tastes like green and seaweed without salt. There's a refreshing savory taste that goes well with a little snack.

  • Melonberry Green

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    While iced, this is incredibly refreshing. There's a light taste of classic summer fruits, with no element overpowering the others.

  • Pu-erh Hazelberry

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    What a delicious tea! It's like eating strawberries while tending to a garden. The earthiness compliments the strawberry and hazelnut tastes.

  • Valentines

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    I really like this. I always mix some chocolate strawberry at home, but the rose just adds a lovely extra pop to the taste.

  • Rooibos Mango

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    Very good tea. The mango gives a nice kick of flavor without the worry of caffeine when enjoying late at night.

  • Yunnan Jig

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    Incredible! The flavor is bold and strong, but there's almost no astringency! There's a strong taste of dark chocolate.

  • Mandarin Green

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    Subtle orange tastes, but there's also notes of Smarties candy to it. Overall, it was pretty tasty if you like subtle and refreshing.

  • Golden Turmeric Chai

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    Oh man, tea should not taste gritty. I couldn't even get more than two sips down. Fair point though, I really don't like turmeric, but the only taste here is turmeric and nothing else.

  • Blackberry Sage Oolong

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    Absolutely delicious. I never would have thought sage would have gone so well with oolong. The berry adds a touch of sweetness to this, making for a well rounded, enjoyable drink.

  • Jump Start

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    Not bad, but I've had much better mates. It tasted like burnt chocolate, but not in a bad way . It was just kind of underwhelming.

  • Decaf Spice

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    As a decaf tea, it's real good with some honey added. Flavor wise, it's like a worse pu erh spice. Although, this would probably be the only decaf I'd get again.

  • Double Ginger

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    Powerful ginger taste, with some light accents of fruit. It packs a powerful punch, and would make a wonderful spice blend for a chai.

  • Dragonwell

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    Got three good, strong steeps out of the leaves. Tasty, with a mild buttery taste that satisfied without being overwhelming.

  • Assam Melody

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    Bold, smooth, and powerful flavor. It has what I can only describe as a pumpkiny taste to it, but was the perfect kick to wake up with.

  • Jasmine Pearls

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    Jasmine pearls are never a bad option, and these are no exception. The soft, floral sweetness shines through.

  • Cranberry Apple Tart

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    The tartness of the hibiscus goes really well with the apples. I can't put a specific comparison, but It's very tasty.

  • Honeybush

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    Pretty solid honeybush. It's good as a blending base, and also just a bit sweeter than a standard rooibos.

  • Cinna-Mint Pu-erh

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    Welp, name's accurate. Cinnamon mint. It's good, balanced, and smooth. Not my first reach though. I prefer the mint-chilla.

  • Mango Tango

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    Tasty fruit! It's delicious iced, but I can't help but eat the little fruit chunks before brewing. They're also good as a snack after brewing.

  • Blue Raspberry Crush

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    BLUE! I love blue tea, and this is no exception. Visually, it's lovely, but taste wise, it's like a blue jolly rancher, but melted. Good if you've got a sweet tooth.

  • Fireside Spice

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    This is like, a mulling spice oolong. Very smooth and warm, like coming home to a warm fire and some mulled cider.

  • Creme Brule

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    How? How does this taste so much like creme brule? It confuses me, and yet I love it. Perfectly sweet and tasty.

  • Strawberry Meadows

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    Warm strawberry pastries! The strawberry taste is so strong and clear. Green tea is the perfect choice for highlighting the strawberries.

  • Bonita Peach Rooibos

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    Caffeine free peach? Sign me up! This is wonderfully peachy, great hot and especially so iced. Strong flavor.

  • Mint-Chilla Chai-Nilla

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    Pretty good tea. Minty vanilla was the main standout, which I liked. Using a pu erh base kept everything balanced and smooth.

  • Black Pu-Erh

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    Solid tea right here. It' earthy, smooth and full bodied, standing up to 3 steeps easily. There's no hint of fishiness or bitterness at all.

  • Ginger Turmeric

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    Eww. Just, eww. I'm not a big fan of turmeric, but this is next level nasty. I couldn't even get a sip down. It was like drinking sand

  • White Blueberry

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    Tastes oddly "bready" to me. Based on the sweetness of white teas usually, I'd have hoped for more of a sweet blueberry, but it's like... blueberry bread is the way I'd describe it.

  • Chocolate Chai

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    A pretty ok chai, but I wish the chocolate was a little stronger. The spices aren't bad at all, just feels more like a plain chai than anything special.

  • Blood Orange Smoothie

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    Ever had a creamsicle? Yea this tea is basically an unsweetened version of one of those. Pretty tasty, but better iced than hot.

  • Berry Bouquet

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    A bright, berry forward tea that's almost like a fruit punch with some nice tartness. Brews great both hot and iced.

  • Almond

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    Bitter on its own, but with an addition of some honey, the taste of almond cake shined through. Still a pretty good cup of tea though.

  • Pu-erh Tahiti

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    Wonderfully smooth, the coconut carrying you off to the beach with the rest of the fruit tastes. Using an earthy pu-erh base kept it grounded and well rounded.

  • Raspberry

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    Very tasty. There's a powerful aroma of berries and jam, that carries over well into the taste. Nice and fruity.

  • English Breakfast

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    A classic, nice and balanced. Not much to say about it beyond it's a good wake up tea, simple enough to drink without thinking but not cheap and low quality.

  • Rooibos Earl Grey

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    Love earl grey, and vastly prefer rooibos to decaf black tea. As a caffeine free alternative to a classic earl grey, this is top notch.

  • Silver Sprout

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    A lovely green tea, with the right balance of smoke and savory sweetness. There's a lovely grassy note that makes me want more.

  • Green Rooibos

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    Mild and woody, it's a solid cup to enjoy later at night. It's good as a base for blends and mixes. While nothing special, it's still enjoyable.

  • Candy Cane

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    Tasty! more of a buttermint than candy cane, but still delicious. It's also pretty dang good for baking, especially in chocoate.

  • Big Red Robe

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    A rich, deep flavor comes from this one for 3 entire steeps. It's not too intense, but is satisfying and enjoyable.

  • Aroura Blue

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    I absolutely love blue teas, and this is no exception. It's lemony and gingery, with its magical color making everything better.

  • International Breakfast

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    Basicly the middle of the road of english, scottish, irish etc breakfast teas. Nothing too unique, but still a good solution for when serving a european friend of unknown origin.

  • Golden Monkey

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    Sweet, savory, and a little bit of coco notes. I get 3 good steeps out of it, and it still holds the flavor. Love all golden monkey, and this is no exception.

  • Blueberry Black

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    Top notch blueberry flavor. On the first steep, it's refreshing and bold. Second steep with cream and sugar imparts a blueberry muffin taste. Very good.

  • Emperor's Chai

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    Tasty chai, and wonderful for mixing. On its own, it's a classic chai. Added to other teas, it's great for adding a bit of spice.

  • Darjeeling

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    A wonderful darjeeling, with that lovely sweet taste that's classic of a this kind of tea. Holds up to multiple steepings very well.

  • Raspberry Patch

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    So good! Tasty as heck, with a nice powerful raspberry flavor and aroma. Nice and tart, it's a great late night tea when you want high flavor and no caffeine.

  • Blueberry

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    Man, I was hoping the blueberry would've been stronger here. It's there, but more of an afterthought. Still pretty alright though.

  • Masala Chai

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    A wonderful, warm chai. As expected, the taste is enhanced by milk and sugar. It's also great in baking, especially in apple dishes.

  • Christmas

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    Mellow spices, a happy feeling. It's like a gentle warmth, nothing too intense. It can be enjoyed on its own or with cream and sugar.

  • White Chai

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    Normally, I take my chai with cream and sugar. Being white tea based, I don't need any milk at all, and only a little sugar for that wonderful taste! Easily a new member of the favorites.

  • Yuletide Toddy

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    Reminds me almost of wassail, just with less apple. It has all the wonderful tastes of chrismas that i just love.

  • Cocomint Green

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    Thin mints and York patties come to mind while drinking this. The smooth mint plays well with chocolate, but I think green tea wasn't the best base.

  • Gingerbread Festival

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    The flavor of gingerbread was nice and strong, especially with the addition of some milk and sugar. Mellow and comforting, a wonderful holiday tea.

  • Cranberry

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    Family loves this, even my tea hating sister. The cranberry is very prominent, but its not like just drinking hot cranberry juice. Well balanced and tasty.

  • Chestnut

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    With some milk and sugar, this had an amazing taste of roasted chestnut. A little dry, but wonderfully festive and tasty.

  • Honeybush Mango

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    Caffeine free mango goodness! Perfect solution to that mango craving without having to keep a mango in the house.

  • HOLIDAY TEA

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    A very mild tea. I was expecting something a little spicier, but it's still enjoyable. Warming and gentle, it's what I'd call a grandma tea.

  • BLACK CURRANT

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    Big fan of black currant, and this is no exception. Nice bold flavor, and great for mixing to. Wonderful on its own, or with some orange peel.

  • Gingerbread

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    Kind of a sad tea. No gingerbread flavor at all, just an average black tea. Which sucks, because I love gingerbread.

  • Spiced Green

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    Tastes and smells like a christmas orange, the kind studded with clove. Good iced too, but probably better hot.

  • Pomegranate Grove

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    Smelled like a pie or crumble when brewed, and man did it taste like one too. The ginger and fruit played well, giving a tasty brew that I'd happily drink again.

  • Assam Exotic Second Flush

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    A very good assam. It holds up well for at least three steeps, and is just a lovely, classic black tea. Nothing bad I can find about it.

  • Chocolate Chai

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    Like with most chais, this is meh on its own, but taken to the next level with milk and sugar. The spices are mellow, and play well with the chocolate, like a chai flavored chocolate bar.

  • Chocolate Truffle

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    Tasty chocolate tea, adding milk and sugar turns it into a magnificent dessert tea. It's delicious on its own, or mixed with fruit teas like strawberry.

  • Peppermint

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    Peppermint, plain, simple, and delicious. It tastes like gum in all the best ways, and is a great way to wind down at the end of the day.

  • Sweet Himalayan Detox Green Tea

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    Sweet is very accurate. I'm normally not a fan of detox teas, but this one is lovely. The spices pair well with the green tea, neither overpowering. Delicious.

  • Pu-erh Chorange

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    Like a rich, tasty chocolate orange. The breakable kind that you whack and crack into pieces. Not an everyday tea for me, but maybe a good holiday one.

  • Get Some Zzzs-No. 5 Herb Tea for Rest

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    Certainly a great sleep aide. The taste is nice enough, nothing ground breaking though. I usually sleep really well after a cup of this, so gets a thumbs up from me.

  • Golden Flower

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    Light, floral, and held up to 3 steeps very well. the honeysuckle scent reminds me of the bushes that bloom on warm summer days, without being a "seasonal" tea if that makes sense.

  • FORMOSA OOLONG

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    Toasty toasty tea! I love oolongs with a bit of a toastyness to them, and the color is so beautiful. But beneath the smoke, there's a faint fruitiness. Delicious.

  • Earl Grey Moonlight

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    A smooth, mellow earl grey. I love how well everything works together, with no two elements overpowering the other.

  • Fiery Cinnamon Spice

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    I like cinnamon, but that's all I really tasted here. Like the rinse water from cleaning a spice jar at work, or a chai without chai. It's not bad per say, but not something I'd order after trying it.

  • HOT CINNAMON SPICE

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    Well blended flavors, even if the cinnamon was a little strong. A real tasty and spicy drink. Probably wouldn't order again, but I enjoyed it when I got the sample.

  • Earl Grey Bella Luna

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    Absoluetly delicious, or "bellisimo" would be a better word. Smooth, full bodied, and well blended, this was a wonderful tea to enjoy on a full moon.

  • Green Assam

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    Such a unique tea! It's smoky like somewhere between a gunpowder and lapsang souchong. There's a grassy green taste, and the smoke makes you slow down and appreciate it.

  • Yerba Mate

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    Real good tea, especially as a kick start. There's a green, grassiness to this that's accented with a bit of a hay taste. Definitely brew at a lower temperature for best results.

  • Happy Belly

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    Disgusting! I couldn't finish my cup. It's like a black jelly bean and cough syrup decided to have a child, then it hit every branch on the nasty tree on its way down into my cup.

  • Cranberry

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    Tasty holiday tea, complete with a cranberry in the pack. Tart, and wonderful with honey like a sweet cranberry sauce.

  • Passionfruit

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    A pretty good tea hot. A little too astringent for my liking, but the fruity taste stood out nicely. I think this is one best served iced and lightly sweetened.

  • Rooibos Peach

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    I got no peach flavor in my packet, just straight rooibos and flowers. Really dissapointed, since I like peach and rooibos too.

  • White Peony

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    A good, solid white tea. Less sweet than silver needle, and slightly astringent. I think I had a cup with some more broken up leaves, but it was still very good.

  • Pu-erh Dante

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    Very earthy and outdoorsy, perfect for winter when there's no garden to tend to nd it's too cold to wander the forests. I love it. Tastes like dirt, but in in the satisfying way, like stopping for a drink after working in the garden.

  • Rooibos Orange

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    A bit weaker than orange juice, not the strongest out there, but pretty good. Especially being a rooibos tea, it's a great end of the day tea.

  • Green Pekoe

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    Mellow is a very good word to describe it. Although it's a green tea, it shares some tastes with white teas, leading to a delicate cup.

  • Cream Tea

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    A super tasty, simple and comforting tea. It's like a cookies and cream ice cream without the cookies, but warm. On its own or mixed with other teas, this is absolutely delicious.

  • Jade Snail

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    This is great for people who like sencha. This is mellower than sencha, but has a lot of the similar notes, with a white wine aftertaste.

  • Honeybush

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    Ok my reviews aren't giving me my points, so I'm adding this to see if the longer review fixes it. Its a pretty average tea, sweet, earthy, and nothing special. It's better in blends than on its own.

  • Golden Monkey

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    Strong, bold, and smooth. The taste was like biting into a very dark chocolate with cocoa nibs and walnuts. Absolutely delicious.

  • Sencha Premier

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    Edamame is the right description for this tea. I was kind of shocked by the resemblance, but I ain't complaining. this is good tea.

  • CHAMOMILE MANGO HERBAL TEA BAGS

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    Not bad at all. An interesting combo that adds an extra something that chamomile is usually missing.

  • Apple Chai Red Bush Teabags

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    Delicious! Apple and chai just feel like they were meant to go together. A lot of spices that go in chai go really well in apple dishes, so it's only natural this would be delicious.

  • Thai Tea

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    Loved this! With milk and sugar, it's like a hot version of bubble tea Thai tea. The coconut is strong in this, which is awesome since I like coconut.

  • Scottish Breakfast

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    I prefer Irish breakfast, but this is still a tasty tea. I love it with some milk and sugar, and the flavor of the tea is nice and strong.

  • Honeybush Apricot

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    I really like how simple and satisfying this tea was. Nothing too complicated, just smooth, sweet apricot taste.

  • Spiced Ruby Cider

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    Steep this in apple cider instead of water for a real fall treat.

  • Iron Goddess of Mercy

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    Very similar to a good green tea, but with a bit more of a bang to it.

  • Ruby Oolong

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    Great oolong with a complex taste that holds up to 4 steeps, the flavor changing each time.

  • Lapsang Souchong

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    Pretty alright tea. While not the best lapsang out there, its easy to find.

  • Caramel

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    Not so good. Very bitter and astringent, even after brewing at a lower temperature.

  • WHITE CHOCOLATE MOCHA TEA

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    Good, but weak. Definetly needs either a smaller cup or more tea.

  • English Breakfast Honey & Vanilla

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    A good twist on a classic. Conveniently, it doesn't need any milk or sugar.

  • BLUEBERRY GREEN

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    You wanna know a secret? This is made even better with a little basil.

  • Earl Grey - Jasmine

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    This tea was confusing and unique, but I enjoyed it. Makes sense as I really like both jasmine and earl grey.

  • Pumpkin Spice Chai

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    like to add milk and sugar to this one. It's a good fall chai.

  • LEMON & LIME TWIST

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    Yea this wasn't the best. I mean I like lemon lime, but not in my together in my tea.

  • Double Spice Chai Black Tea

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    Where was the tea? It tasted like a bag of spice. While it gets 1 star for drinking, it gets a 4 star if you rip it open and add it to baked goods.

  • EARL GREY BLACK TEA BAGS

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    A simple classic. Nothing special, but nothing outright bad.

  • Peach Black Tea

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    Toss a bunch of bags of this into a pitcher with some water and honey for a pretty dang good iced tea.

  • Sugar Cookie Sleigh Ride

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    I'm sad to not like this as much as I wanted. It was sadly kind of weak, but there was some nice vanilla.

  • Bella Luna Blue

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    While the taste is soft and subtle, I love the magical feeling of the blue color.

  • APPLE REFRESH

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    What can I say besides tasty? The apple is so refreshing, especially iced.

  • Vanilla Chai Tea Bags

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    Pretty good bagged chai. I like the strong vanilla flavor.

  • Fujian Rain

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    Mineral oolongs are so tasty to me. This had a strong mineral taste, with faint notes of fruit.

  • Sour Apple

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    With some honey, this tastes exactly like a liquid jolly rancher.

  • Irish Breakfast

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    It may just be because I'm Irish, but this is best breakfast tea. I enjoy it both plain and with blasphemous amounts of milk and sugar. Got 2 good steeps out of it.

  • Spiced Mate

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    I like my mate with a bit of rock sugar. With this, i added sugar and it really helped the spices shine. Good blend.

  • Rooibos Almond

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    Love almondy teas. This wasn't anything special, but that's what you need sometimes.

  • Honeybush Pumpkin Chai

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    Like the aftertaste of pumpkin pie with the addition of some milk and sugar.

  • Pu-erh Spice

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    A nostalgic taste that holds up well to a second steep. It tastes like the holidays, warmth and coziness.

  • Blackberry

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    Would have preferred the taste of blackberry to be stronger, but it was pretty good.

  • White Pear

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    Subtle, but present pear flavor. It doesn't overpower the base white tea, and is very good.

  • Ginseng Green

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    I really just tasted green tea. But hey, it was still pretty dang good.

  • Lemongrass Ginger

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    Tasty! Lemongrass and ginger are so good together.

  • Genmai Cha

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    Gonna be a weird description, but it kind of tastes like onigiri in a cup, and I'm liking it.

  • Bonfire

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    This was overall pretty meh. I like smoky and spicy teas, but this was just kind of lackluster. Mellow on the smoke and spice.

  • Cinnamon

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    A basic, standard cinnamon tea. It's good, and I get the feeling it would be a good mixing tea.

  • Almond Oolong

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    Good almondy tea. The taste reminds me of cookies.

  • Mocha Nut Mate

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    I love this. Chocolate and hazelnut pair so well together.

  • Hojicha

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    I love the toastiness of this tea. There's no bitterness, and its a very unique green tea.

  • Vanilla Green

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    Love vanilla, love green tea, I love them put together. It's almost sugar cookie like, and something that seems perfect for late fall and winter.

  • Earl Grey Bravo

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    Delicious earl grey. I'm a big fan of the added orange.

  • Aphrodite

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    Like a chocolate covered strawberry. It's super tasty.

  • Rooibos Cocomint

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    This reminds me of thin mints or mint chocolate chip ice cream. Chocolate mint is such a great combo.

  • Rooibos Cinnamon Apple

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    Less like a warm apple pie and more like apple cinnamon oatmeal cookies. Still good though.

  • Spiced Apple Chai

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    With some milk and sugar, it reminds me of apple pie. Super tasty.

  • Samurai Mate

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    When iced, it's a delicious energy boost. I like the spiciness.

  • PEACH

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    The peach taste was a little weak, but I think I just brewed it too hot. Maybe it's better iced.

  • Decaf Sweet Coconut Thai Chai

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    Its alright, but mostly just tastes like coconut to me.

  • PINEAPPLE KONA POP HERBAL TEA

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    Sweet and fruity, this is amazing iced, especially in the summer.

  • 111th Birthday!

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    Lots of good chocolate taste here. A very good dessert tea.

  • Milky Way

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    Who would have thought this would work so well? Mint and caramel are just a good duo.

  • Caramel Chai

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    Awesome fall tea that pairs well with a good book and a cool afternoon.

  • Kentucky Bourbon

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    Smokey, and slightly sweet. Definitely not an everyday tea, but still really good.

  • Wenshan Mist Green

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    A mellow, not too grassy green tea. The fruity notes are very light, like the rest of the tea.

  • JADE CITRUS MINT GREEN TEA

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    Mint and green tea are a good mix. Very heavy on the mint though.

  • JASMINE DRAGON PHOENIX PEARLS GREEN TEA

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    Love me some jasmine pearls. Not perfumy, and very tasty.

  • Giant Peach

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    An awesome, quick tea for when the peach craving hits.

  • YOUTHBERRY WILD ORANGE BLOSSOM TEA BLEND

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    Wish I could find this tea again. It's awesome, both hot or iced.

  • Wuyi Ensemble

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    Very minerally taste, with hints of smoke. Like, imagine camping by a mountain stream, and that's what this tastes like.

  • Lemon Lavender Lane

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    Good, relaxing tea before bed. Nothing too special, but sometimes that's good when you just want something simple.

  • Autumn Mist Green

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    Awesome, comforting fall flavors. Love the smoky creme brule taste.

  • Honeybush Vanilla

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    Love vanilla, so this was great for me. The taste is similar to vanilla yogurt.

  • Spikefruit Tea

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    Like a completely new fruit. The combination of the different teas is very smooth and well executed.

  • Red Peaches and Regalia

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    Amazing fruity iced tea. It's a perfect combo of spring and summer flavors.

  • Yunnan Gold

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    Strong, smooth, and slightly chocolaty. It's a beautiful golden color and wonderful taste.

  • CAMOMILE & LEMONGRASS

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    Pretty good before bed tea. It's relaxing and tastes nice.

  • ROSEHIP, HIBISCUS, CHERRY

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    Bunch of elements I love. It's super good iced, way better than hot.

  • ENGLISH BREAKFAST TEA

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    English breakfast tea. Good for grabbing at hotel breakfasts if they have it.

  • Earl Grey Decaf Tea

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    Not a fan of decaf, so I wasn't expecting much. Its pretty meh.

  • Maple Creme Oolong

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    Awesome! It's like the comfort of a big stack of pancakes in a cup of tea.

  • Jasmine Yin Hao

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    I've had better jasmine teas. Sure, this was absolutely lovely, but compared to say, jasmine pearls or even jasmine chun hao, it just didn't measure up. The jasmine wasn't quite as powerful as I like.

  • BLACKCURRANT BURST

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    Love currant flavor in my tea. For currant bags, this gets a thumbs up from me.

  • Authentic Green

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    Had much, much better green tea than this. I mean as far as tea bags go its good, but probably wouldn't get it again.

  • RASPBERRY INDULGENCE

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    It's a pretty good raspberry tea. Nothing special, but tasty all the same.

  • White Symphony

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    A wonderful white tea. Light, slightly sweet, and just plain delicious.

  • Mandarin Orange Spice

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    Love me some orange tea, and this is no exception.

  • Morning Thunder

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    Alright taste, but it's a good jump start for the day.

  • Black Eagles- Petra

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    A lovely, chai style tea. Fitting of its namesake.

  • Forest Berries

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    Big disapointment on this one. I love blends with this tea, but on its own, it's got a nasty aftertaste and lackluster flavor.

  • Elizabeth by Susanne Sholander

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    Great combination. It's a very tasty blend that works well.

  • Alpine Trails

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    Lovely, brisk cup of tea. Its a great way to wake up.

  • Toasted Mate

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    My first adventure into mate, and I was welcomed with renaissance festival smell and smoked hay taste. I know that doesn't sound pleasant, but it's actually really good.

  • Jasmine Chun Hao

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    Awesome jasmine tea. Light yet defined, the smell and taste are both wonderful.

  • Earl Grey Green

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    Very refreshing Earl Grey. Magnificent combination.

  • 40 Winks

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    The slight taste of spearmint brings this all together. It really helps me relax.

  • Berry Blast

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    Delicious. Sweet, tart, and packed with berry taste.

  • Butterscotch

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    So good! I love the sweet, almost candy like flavor of this. It's a perfect dessert tea.

  • Darjeeling Spring Tip

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    This reminded me strongly of earl grey. It's a very good tea.

  • Kona Pineapple

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    Delicious iced. The pineapple is subtler than I thought, but still enjoyable.

  • Lavender Lemon

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    Awesome before bed tea. The lavender and lemon work so well together.

  • Mango

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    Love me some mango, and this is a great way to get some morning mango flavor.

  • Matcha Peach

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    Subtle peach flavor and amazing matcha taste. Its truly lovely.

  • Papaya Pouchong

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    It's a fairly light, yet tropical tasting tea. Good, but I don't think I'd get it again.

  • White Tropics

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    Oh I love this. It's all the flavors of the beach with the warm comfort of a morning cup of tea.

  • Decaf Peach

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    Not bad for a decaf tea. The peach flavor is nice and strong.

  • Kukicha

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    Love this! It's very light and a touch sweet, one of my new favorites.

  • Peach Serenity

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    Sweet, mellow peach tea. This is great for satisfying those summery peach cravings.

  • Milk Oolong

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    I absolutely understand why this is called milk oolong. Smooth and creamy, a lovely tea.

  • Summer Night

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    Absolutely a summery tea. It's like a frozen drink, ice cream or sherbet, but in a tea. Delicious.

  • Pomegranate

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    This one is fantastic iced. The pomegranate undertones really add a nice punch to it.

  • Lemon Soleil

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    Like squeezing lemon into some tea, it's very convenient if you don't keep lemon on hand.

  • Hibiscus

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    With a little more hibiscus, This would have been an easy favorite. Still magnificent for summer though.

  • Elderberry Wine

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    There's a light tartness to this one, and the different flavors compliment each other without overpowering one element.

  • Lychee Rose Green

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    This one is just alright. There's a fruity floral taste, but it's not the best.

  • Mango Melange

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    Delicious. I love how the sweetness of the mango pairs with the tartness of hibiscus.

  • Cherry

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    This was pretty alright, but the cherry taste was a little weak. It was like holding a cherry lollipop in your mouth while taking a swig of black tea.

  • Rooibos Vanilla Chai

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    A perfect tea for a late night chai craving. The flavor of chai spices, sweetness of vanilla, all without the caffeine.

  • Raspberry Leaf

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    Exactly what it says in the box: raspberry leaf tea. Tastes great.

  • Strawberry Tea

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    Makes a great, summery iced tea. The strawberry isn't overpowering, and if you add lemonade, it makes for a great arnold palmer.

  • Grapefruit Oolong

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    I'm not a big fan of grapefruit, but it was pretty alright. If you like grapefruit, you'll probably like this.

  • Green Rooibos Bonita

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    I loved this one. It tasted kind of like honeydew to me, and reminded me of a summery fruit salad.

  • Decaf Orange

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    Good tea, especially for a decaf one. The orange is a little lighter than I'd like, but still a very tasty cup.

  • Watermelon Cooler

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    You know those bags of starburst red jelly beans? Yea, that's what this tastes like to me.

  • LEMON GINSENG GREEN TEA BAGS

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    Not so good, but it does have an interesting taste.

  • White Tangerine

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    This is a good one. Light and sweet, its a nice treat in the morning.

  • Hazelnut

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    This is a good tea. Not a favorite, but the hazelnut tastes great. I have a feeling this would be good mixed with a chocolate tea.

  • Ti Kuan Yin

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    Delicious tea. It's refreshing, with a mineral taste like a mountain spring.

  • STRAWBERRY SENSATION

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    Delicious. The strawberry really shines through on this one.

  • PEACH & PASSION FRT BLACK TEA BAGS

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    This tastes like distilled summer. The peach and passionfruit go so well together

  • Blood Orange

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    A tart, citrusy tea that gives a lot of that good orange flavor. Great for both drinking and culinary use.

  • BLOOD ORANGE FRUIT TEA

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    Got this for my mom, and she absolutely loves it. It's her favorite orange tea.

  • Butterscotch Blondie

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    I really wanted to like this. Too bad the licorice is way too strong.

  • Iced Passion

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    Its just as good as the hot version, but be prepared for a lot of sweetness.

  • Organic Iced Black Tea

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    It's a solid iced tea. Good for on the go, it's convenient way to satisfy a craving for iced tea.

  • Organic Jasmine Green

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    May just be because jasmine is my favorite, but this one is just alright. Not bad at all though.

  • Green Tea Matcha Latte

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    This is a good mix. The green tea shines through very well.

  • Tazoberry

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    One of the better bottled iced teas I've had. It's good.

  • Unsweetened Iced Mango Green K-cup Pods

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    Good tea in a pinch. Just make sure to flush the keurig first or it tastes like coffee.

  • Chai Vanilla Caramel Latte

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    I like the vanilla on this one, but wasn't expecting it to be as sweet as it was.

  • Iced Blushberry Black

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    An easy iced tea, but lacking in the berry flavor.

  • Lemon Ginger

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    Not so good. The flavors are just off somehow. I don't recommend.

  • LEMON GINGER HERBAL TEA

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    Balanced ginger tea. The flavors aren't overpowered by each other.

  • Sleeping Dragon

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    I love the smoky taste of this one. Sweet too, a lovely green tea.

  • Jade Oolong

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    This is a sweet, light tea that gives me major green tea vibes. It definitely takes well to multiple steepings.

  • Silver Needle

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    I love this tea. It's light and sweet, exactly what I love about this type of tea.

  • Gunpowder

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    A very strong green tea flavor, this has a pleasant irony aftertaste, but that just might be the way I brewed it.

  • Jasmine Phoenix Pearls

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    Top notch jasmine pearls. Excellent flavor hot or iced.

  • WHITE VANILLA GRAPEFRUIT

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    Good, sweet and refreshing. The flavors blend well together.

  • Jasmine Silver Needle

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    Light, delicate, and mellow, this is a wonderful tea on both the jasmine and white tea fronts.

  • Fujian Orchid

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    Top notch oolong. It's refreshing, and takes well to multiple steepings.

  • Lapsang Souchong

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    When I first smelled it, I was pretty nervous. It was strong, like burning rubber almost. But the taste was way different, like a campfire in all the best ways. I was no expecting to love it as much as I did.

  • PEPPERMINT HERBAL TEA BAGS

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    Exactly what it says on the box. Good peperminty flavor.

  • Tangerine Orange Zinger

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    I drink a lot of orange teas, and this is a really good one. Can really taste the citrus.

  • Lemon Zinger

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    Strong lemon flavor, the zingers are always a good choice for easy to find tea.

  • Berry Creme Compote

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    A one two punch of flavor, it starts off tart before the mellow cream aftertaste comes in. It's awesome.

  • Wild Strawberry

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    I love strawberries, and this is great. Tart and sweet, this is refreshing and lovely.

  • Candy Apple

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    Top notch apple tea. Even though I got it in summer, it takes me straight to fall.

  • White Peach

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    Very good tea. It's mellow and refreshing, great if you like peach.

  • Tiger Eye

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    There's a faint taste of coffee to this one. The caramel isn't too strong, and everything blends well.

  • White Strawberry

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    Light and fruity, this is a perfect combination of white tea and strawberry. Highly recommend for any fan of either.

  • Honeybush Blueberry Pancake

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    Tastes as advertised: like a blueberry pancake. Absolutely delicious.

  • Emerald Isles

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    Citrusy and minty, Emerald Isles is a refreshing tea both hot and iced.

  • Love Life

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    Pretty alright green tea. The flavor was lacking compared to the very strong smell, but still a decent cup.

  • Leo

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    Top notch tea for anyone who loves oranges. Like a candied orange, it blends well with the oolong and compliments it.

  • Lemon Meringue Green

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    Accurate name. Tastes just like lemon meringue pie. highly recommend.

  • White Eternal Spring

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    A very light tea, it definitely gives off spring vibes. The floral and fruity notes aren't overpowering, and compliment each other well.

  • Hunan Gold

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    Smooth, mellow, and slightly grassy, this tea takes well to multiple infusions and lingers on the tongue after drinking

  • Green Tea with Pomegranate

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    I normally love pomegranate, but this was underwhelming and far too light.

  • SPICED CHAI BLACK TEA BAGS

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    A good, solid chai. Standard, and a good tea to have around when the chai craving hits.

  • WILD BLUEBERRY WITH ACAI

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    Great herbal tea. Tart and refreshing, the blueberry really shines through.

  • SWEET DREAMS TEA BAGS

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    On the weak side, but this is fixed with more tea. It's a pretty alright blend.

  • CONSTANT COMMENT BLACK TEA BAGS

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    This is a great tea for fans of orange spice. Excellent.

  • Berry Blossom White

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    Blueberry and white tea are a great combination. Very smooth.

  • Juniper Mint Honey

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    Not good. It smelled so much better than it tasted. Like drinking hot toothpaste

  • Organic Pan-Fired Green

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    Faintly toasty, it's got a grassy taste to it. Pretty dang good though.

  • Peppermint Huckleberry

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    This is definitely interesting. It tastes like walking through the mountains.

  • Joy

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    Mellow yet rich, it's a comforting tea deserving of the name joy.

  • Organic Darjeeling

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    Very light flavor for a black tea. It's not what I expected, but its pretty good.

  • Organic Earl Grey Noir

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    Not quite as good as a classic earl grey, but a solid tea.

  • Matcha Mate Grapefruit

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    This was just alright. An interesting and creative combo, just not executed right.

  • Cucumber White

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    I see what they were going for: something light and refreshing. It just didn't work.

  • Green Ginger

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    A good everyday tea. Nothing transcendent, but nothing bad either.

  • Chai Oraganic

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    It's a straight up chai, plain as that. It's good, and easy to find.

  • Zen

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    A light, easily available green tea. It's a good easy tea for when the green tea craving hits.

  • Sweet Cinnamon Spice

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    Sweet and spicy, just like the name suggests. A little too heavy on the licorice though.

  • Organic Earl grey Blanc

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    Adding vanilla to earl grey was a great idea. It's sweet, but not too much so.

  • Chai Classic

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    Good chai tea, but a little strong on the ginger. Still enjoyable.

  • Scarlet Citrus Rooibos

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    A solid rooibos tea. The cirusy notes add a good bit of extra punch.

  • Lemon Strawberry

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    Interesting flavor. I was expecting something a little more lemonady, but it reminded me more of a green tea Arnold Palmer.

  • Earl Grey

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    A smooth, strong earl grey. Great for making London fogs.

  • Sweet Honeydew

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    Subtle, light, and delicious. It's refreshing and very good iced.

  • Minty Licorice Delight

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    Not bad, but very heavy on the licorice. It's good, but I don't think I'll get it again.

  • Organic Cascade Mint Herbal Tea

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    It's mint tea. What else is there to say? solid on its own, and good for mixing, especially with peach.

  • White Peach Oolong

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    Peach teas are a favorite of mine, and this is no exception. A delicious tea for anyone who likes peaches.

  • Organic White Tea With Mint

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    Lovely. A very refreshing, yet mellow, tea. Worth giving a try.

  • Jasmine Blossom Green Tea

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    A good, convenient jasmine tea. It's no dragon pearl, but good for an on the go jasmine fix.

  • Moroccan Mint Green Tea

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    A solid blend of mint and green tea. Great iced or hot.

  • Chai Green Tea

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    Interesting combination that somehow works really well. A little weak, so double up.

  • Decaf Vanilla Chai Black Tea

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    Vanilla goes very well in a chai. Sweet and balanced.

  • Cinnamon Apple Chamomile Herbal Tea

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    Great for late, fall nights. It's definitely a good one for night owls.

  • Christmas Eve Herbal Tea

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    Minty and sweet, this is a wonderful winter tea. Definitely recommend.

  • Peppermint Herbal Tea

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    It's a good, straightforward peppermint tea. Not much else to say about it.

  • Earl Grey Black Tea

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    A good, solid earl grey tea bag. Convenient and delicious.

  • Organic Chocolate Orange Herbal Tea

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    Like a Christmas chocolate orange. Mild and delicious.

  • Mango Passionfruit Herbal Tea

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    Great for sun tea brewing. The mango and passionfruit are a great combination.

  • Spice Dragon Red Chai Herbal Tea

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    A good chai, and the lack of caffeine makes it easy to enjoy at any time.

  • Sunny Orange Ginger Tea

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    Good in the afternoon, but strong on the ginger. It's still a pretty good drink.

  • Maple Apple Cider Herbal Tea

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    I'm picky when it comes to apple and cider, but this one impressed me. It's fall in a cup.

  • Elderflower Citrus White Tea

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    Interesting taste, good, but nothing remarkable. An overall average tea.

  • Wild Raspberry Hibiscus

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    I love raspberry and hibiscus, and they blend very well here.

  • Acai Berry Herbal Tea

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    Great flavor, makes an excellent gift tea because of the easy to like taste.

  • Meyer Lemon Herbal Tea

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    A fresh, refreshing lemon tea. It's great on it's own, and stands up well to mixing.

  • Cinnamon Vanilla Herbal Tea

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    A good cold weather tea, with a warm and comforting flavor.

  • RED VELVET HERBAL TEA

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    More berry than red velvet, but not bad at all. Just be aware of that.

  • Coconut Mango Oolong Tea

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    The balance between coconut and mango is pretty good, and is nice and refreshing.

  • Pure White

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    Pretty weak. It's alright if you need white tea immediately, but definitely go with loose leaf alternatives.

  • Christmas Tea

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    Definitely enjoy with a bit of milk and sugar. It's a bit too punchy, but once mellowed out a bit, its really good.

  • Pure Rooibos

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    Smooth, earthy, and caffeine free. It's a nice tea in the afternoon, when you want something sort of strong but also want to be able to take an afternoon nap.

  • English Breakfast

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    English breakfast tea is a classic, but the flavor of the Irish breakfast tea is a bit better.

  • Pure Camomile

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    It's chamomile. Convenient, simple, and good before bed.

  • Pure Peppermint

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    Refreshing on its own, and holds up when combined with other teas like peach.

  • Black Tea Variety Pack

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    Good way to learn what you like. The Irish breakfast tea is the best of the bunch.

  • Spiced Apple Chai

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    This is a great cup. Well balanced, good flavor. I recommend this.

  • Peppermint Cheer

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    It's a good blend. The vanilla and minty flavors pair well with each other.

  • Honeybush, Mandarin & Orange

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    Really like this one. My favorite go to when I'm in the mood for an orange tea.

  • Lemon & Ginger

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    A bit confusing. There's a bit of a fight between the lemon and ginger instead of a coherent mix. Some sips there's more lemon, some more ginger. Not bad though.

  • Orange & Cinnamon Spice

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    It's orange. It's cinnamon. What's not to love? It's a great blend.

  • Berry Blush

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    Grabbed this from a hotel once, and had to sneak a few bags home. A solid berry tea, definitely worth a try.

  • Pomegranate & Raspberry

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    I really wanted to love this. Pomegranate and raspberry is a great combination, but this could use a little more of a punch. Doubling up the amount helps.

  • Winter Spice

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    Like sitting by the fireplace Christmas morning, this tea wraps you in a warm blanket and sets you down on the couch to watch a good movie.

  • Wild Berries

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    A solid berry blend. If you like berry based dishes or teas, definitely recommend.

  • Holiday Berry

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    A good, warm, holiday cup of tea. It's an even mix, the elements complimenting each other without any one overpowering note.

  • PEACH TRANQUILITY HERBAL TEA

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    This is a pretty good tea, but it's better paired with some mint tea than alone.

  • EMPEROR'S CLOUDS AND MIST GREEN TEA

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    A solid green tea, my go to choice when I'm at Starbucks, since they have this there and I don't really drink coffee.

  • YOUTHBERRY WHITE TEA

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    Pleasantly tart with a hint of sweetness, this is great both iced and hot, though I personally prefer iced.

  • GINGER SNAPPISH HERBAL TEA BAGS

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    Pretty good holiday tea, but it's on the weaker side and doesn't really have much staying power after the holiday spirit is over.

  • FRUIT AND ALMOND HERBAL TEA BAGS

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    I have no idea what this was even trying to be. Worth it to see the looks of others who drink it though.

  • PUMPKIN SPICE BLACK TEA

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    Pumpkin spice is good, but I don't think it should be made into a tea. Definitely stick to pumpkin pie or lattes.

  • RED RASPBERRY TEA BAG

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    This one is kind of underwhelming, which is unfortunate, because I really like raspberry. I wish the flavor was stronger.

  • VANILLA CARAMEL TEA BAGS

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    It's pretty alright. A good dessert tea, but not a repeat buy.

  • I LOVE LEMON HERBAL TEA BAGS

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    Kind of tastes like a mix between lemon water and unsweet lemonade. Not bad, but just heat up lemonade if you're looking for a good strong lemon taste.

  • RASPBERRY ROYALE

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    This is a good, strong tea. Works great iced, and is very refreshing.

  • Green Tea Chai tea bags

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    Interesting combination, but not done particularly well here. It just doesn't work.

  • POMEGRANATE PIZZAZZ HERBAL TEA BAGS

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    An underwhelming and weak pomegranate tea. The flavor is lacking, and it could do with more tartness.

  • ORANGE & SPICE HERBAL TEA BAGS

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    I usually love orange tea, but this is unbalanced, and doesn't give me that same comfort other orange tea does.

  • GREEN TEA BAGS

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    The generic, go to green tea of my house. It's nothing special, but it's cheap, easily available, and not terrible.

  • MOROCCAN MINT

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    This is some dang good mint. Wonderful on its own, and holds up well in mixes and cooking.

  • BREAKFAST BLEND

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    A solid morning cup. A good wake up and stay up amount of caffeine.

  • JASMINE GREEN

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    A solid and convenient jasmine green tea. Smells just like a jasmine tea should, and tastes lovely.

  • Decaf BlackTea

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    Not very good. Gets bitter fast, but it's cheap and caffeine free, so its good when a recipe calls for tea or tea leaves.

  • STRAWBERRY-KIWI FRUIT TEA

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    Bought for a guy I know. He absolutely loved it, and drinks it both hot and iced. He says it tastes like summer in a cup.

  • BIRTHDAY TEA (DECAF)

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    Sweet and sligthly tangy, this is a great introduction tea. My friends who aren't avid tea drinkers usually request this one when offered a cup of tea.

  • MOTHER'S BOUQUET

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    Got this for my mom. She liked the orange, but a more citrus focused tea would be better. Decent enough, but wouldn't get for myself.

  • Apricot Vanilla Creme

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    A sweet, coherent tea. It's solid in the morning with a touch of honey. Satisfying for those who like sweet thing.

  • Wild Sweet Orange

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    Like a better orange juice. I'm a big fan of orange, and if you sweeten this with honey, it's a magnificent orange tea to satisfy your sweet tooth.

  • Vanilla Bean Macaron

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    Like vanilla itself, the smell is better than the taste. However, it's pleasently sweet and good enough, but not a daily tea.

  • Organic Peach Cobbler

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    Now this is how you do peach. If strong peach is what you crave, this is the tea for you. It's a punch of peachy goodness.

  • Organic Baked Cinnamon Apple

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    Underwhelming. This just isn't that good. It tastes artificial, like a low quality apple cider.

  • Glazed Lemon Loaf Herbal Tea

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    Tastes like a bakery. A lovely breakfast tea, I recommend this to anyone who likes sweet lemon flavors.

  • Iced Passion Concentrate

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    Oh yea. This is lovely. It's convenient, and mixed with lemonade instead of water, it makes the absolute best Arnold Palmers.

  • Passion

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    Definitely better iced than hot. Other than that, it' a great, tangy tea. Hibiscus stand out, and I like that a lot.

  • Iced Passion K-Cup Pods

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    Flush your Keurig first. It's a great tea, but if you don't run a cup of just hot water first, there will be a residual coffee taste.

  • Mango & Passion Fruit

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    I really wanted to like this. I really did, but it's flavor was underwhelming and left something to be desired. But I know people who love it, so take my opinion with a grain of salt.

  • Strawberry Burst

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    I adore this tea. Extremely sweet and refreshing, It's great hot or iced. A touch of honey gives it a candy flavor, perfect for any sweet tooth.

  • GET SOME ZZZ'S - NO. 5 HERB TEA FOR REST

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    This is a great blend before bed. I love the mellow, cool flavor and can't reccomend this tea enough.

  • Premium Green Tea

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    Premium is not the word I'd use here. It's a decent green tea, but nothing special. Nothing stand out about it.

  • Mangosteen Green Tea

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    I have no idea what a mangosteen is, but it tastes good, so I may make an effort to find out some day.

  • Cranberry Pomegranate Herbal Tea

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    I'm a sucker for pomegranate teas, and this is a fine addition to the cabinet of any pomegranate fan.

  • Very Berry

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    I'm a big fan of tangy teas, and this was a great blend of tangy fruits.

  • Organic Lemon GInger Tea

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    Tasty tea. Lemon and ginger are a solid combination.

  • Pomegranate RaspberryGreen Tea

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    Now this is a good tea. It's tangy, refreshing, and great hot or iced.

  • FUSION RED, WHITE AND BLUEBERRY TEA

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    Pretty good tea, but probably not a repeat drink. Worth trying once or twice.

  • Asian Pear Harmony

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    I picked this up from a hotel once. Once. It could have been great, but my nose deceived my tongue.

  • Earl Grey Decaf Black Tea

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    My go to baking tea. I add the leaves to shortbread cookies, and they're my famiy's favorite.

  • Strawberry Pomegranate Red Herbal

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    My two favorite fruits in one tea. It's all the pleasure of a pomegranate without the mess of peeling and preparing one.

  • SPICED APRICOT SPECIAL BLEND TEA BAGS

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    Meh. It's kind of weak, so brewing with more tea is necessary.

  • Peach Melba Tea Bags

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    Sweet, comforting tea. It's lovely hot, iced, or mixed with lemonade.

  • Black Raven Tea Bags

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    I adore this tea. It's strong, deep, and a great way to wake up in the morning. If you like strong black teas, you'll love black raven.

  • Cupid's Arrow Tea Bags

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    This is one of the best black teas out there. Sweet and flavorful without any sweetener, adding honey or brown sugar packs a punch, like a hug in a cup.

  • Blood Orange Tea Bags

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    Blood orange tea is a strong orange, ideal for making orange iced tea. I prefer it over other varieties of orange for that.

  • CHINESE FLOWER

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    Nice green tea, very floral and mellow. On the picky side during the brewing process, but a good morning pick me up. Easy to overstep though.

  • Caramel Apple Dream

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    A better version of cinnamon apple tea. Gives me major cider vibes and takes me straight to the fall months.

  • Sleepytime Decaf Berry Pomegranate

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    I can never find this, but absolutely my favorite of the sleepytime teas. I love green tea, and this lets me enjoy a cup before I get some sleep.

  • Watermelon Lime Zinger

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    Underwhelming, but then again, watermelon is hard to get right. 2 bags in a cup is enough to fix that though.

  • Black Cherry Berry

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    With a bit of honey, this is sweet like a liquid cherry pie. A great summer tea.

  • Bengal Spice

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    Good introduction to chai, but very heavy on cinnamon.

  • Chamomile

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    Not exactly the best for drinking, but great for baking. I use this when making tea cakes, since I can find it anywhere and the chamomile is already small and easy to mix into the batter.

  • Sleepytime Classic

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    Relaxing, sweet, and tasty. The chamomile and mint pair well together.

  • Raspberry Zinger

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    Tart, refreshing, tasty. This was my go to tea for years because it's easy to find and inexpensive.

  • Cinnamon Apple Spice

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    Like less impressive warm cider. I love cider in the fall, but this is a decent alternative when the store runs out of cider or need some quick on the go fall goodness.

  • Honey Vanilla Chamomile

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    A good night time tea. It still needs additional honey sometimes, and I personally prefer the sleepytime teas before bed.

  • Country Peach Passion

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    3 stars warm, but closer to five iced. When iced, it's a great refresher on a summer day.

  • Madagascar Vanilla Rooibos

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    Cheap, easy to find, and caffeine free. A go to when I'm running low on both tea and money.

  • Tension Tamer

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    There's a strong taste to this one, but not unpleasant. Good for focusing and relaxing while studying.

  • Raspberry Cool Brew

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    Great for quick and easy iced tea. Add a bit of sugar or honey for a great summer drink.

  • Sleepytime Vanilla

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    Good for supermarket tea. It's a relaxing cup before bed.

  • CHERRY BLOSSOM

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    A pretty good tea, but the smell was far stronger than the taste. However, it was still good. I've found it to be a bit picky during brewing though.

  • CLASSIC DRAGON PEARL JASMINE

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    Delicious. A perfect mid day tea, this jasmine pearl is one of my favorites. When brewing, it's hard to mess up, and I've never had a bitter cup.

  • Indigo Punch

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    It's got a light, citrusy flavor and beautiful color. I love this in the afternoons, and it's great hot or iced. Overall, a very nice tea. If you like mellow teas, definitely consider this.