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  • Currant

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    This tea was simply shocking! I think there was a current running through it. 😉

  • Ti Kuan Yin

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    DaBaby packs a stronger punch than this tea (Yeah, yeah). Very weak!

  • Mocha Nut Mate

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    Very good! Tastes like just like my ferrero roach chocolates! Would highly recommend!

  • Assam Harmony

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    I grabbed the salt in my tired haze, luckily it made the tea smack even harder! 10/10

  • Rooibos Mango

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    This was pretty much rooibos, but worse. Very poor rooibos taste, disliked / downvoted.

  • Jasmine Phoenix Pearls

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    I really enjoyed this green tea. Steeped at the recommended 180 degrees for 2 1/2 minutes, it tastes just like munching on the walls of grandmother's house, very perfume-y. Yes, this is a good thing!

  • Chocolate Chai Pu Erh

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    This chai was very good steeped at the recommended 212 degrees for 5 minutes. I had it with milk and sugar, and the spices still shone through just fine along with that additional chocolate flavor which isn't usually found in chai spice blends.

  • Sleeping Dragon

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    I really enjoyed this green tea. Steeped at the recommended 180 degrees for 3 minutes, it had a savory, smoky flavor that was smooth with no bitterness.

  • Valentines

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    I steeped this tea at a lower temperature than recommended of 195 degrees for 3 minutes, and really enjoyed it. While the majority of the flavor was black tea and rose, I still got some of the tartness of the strawberry and a bit of that chocolate flavor. Definitely a bit astringent, but I expect that from the flavored black teas I have.

  • White Peach

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    Brewed at the recommended 180 degrees for 3 minutes, this had a good light peachy flavor. The amount of tea required for the cup to taste flavorful is a bit high, though.

  • Breathe Easy

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    A good tea for a stuffy nose, really made me feel better.

  • Victorian London Fog

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    This is a good earl grey, the vanilla and lavender complement the bergamot well and it's perfect with some milk and sugar.

  • Cherry Marzipan

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    This is a good cherry flavored green tea, goes well with a bit of sweetener or without.

  • PARIS

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    This is one of my favorite teas, the vanilla, lemon, and bergamot come together perfectly.

  • SWEET DREAMS TEA BAGS

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    This reminds me quite a bit of Adagio's cha cha tea, but with more chamomile.

  • Melonberry Green

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    This tea was a nice change of pace for me, as I am used to drinking mostly unflavored green teas. While the strong smell of flavoring coming directly from the packet when opened was off putting to me, once brewed at the recommended 180 degrees for 2 1/2 minutes it was a very pleasant, smooth green tea with a non-overwhelming amount of fruit flavoring. I'm not very good at picking out nuanced flavors and I drink most flavored teas with sugar, but I still enjoyed the first half of my cup without sugar, and the sugar I added to the second half enhanced the fruit flavors that were already present. I'm not sure I would buy this tea for myself because I prefer flavored black teas, but it was still more than pleasant enough.

  • Sencha Overture

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    Today's tea was a decent, simple green tea. Steeped at the recommended 165 degrees for 2 minutes, it had a stronger flavor than some of the teas I've tried from Adagio that made it more substantial than drinking hot water, with more of a bite and some slight bitterness on some sips. The flavor was a bit stronger on the second steep, as I steeped it slightly longer for 2 1/2 minutes. Still a subtle sort of tea, but good, although I personally wouldn't go out of my way to purchase it had it not been today's CommuniTEA sample.

  • Rooibos

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    Rooibos tea has never been my favorite but I enjoyed this one, especially with some sugar.

  • Spiced Apple Chai

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    I enjoyed this one, it was a good chai with milk and sugar and still had a bit of apple flavor.

  • Fujian Orchid

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    This tea was just alright to me brewed with the 3.5 grams included in my communiTEA packet in about 14 oz of water at the recommended 180 degrees for 3 minutes. The flavor was unfortunately too light for my liking, although I did like the floral notes that were present. The resteep was similarly faint, but still decent. I think this would be a good tea for gong fu style brewing since there is a lower amount of water used and the flavor comes out less diluted, and may try it that way in the future.

  • Ceylon Sonata

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    This seemed like a fairly generic black tea to me, nothing terribly special about it. By itself brewed per directions at 212 degrees for 5 minutes it had a bit of astringency, so I found it to be more enjoyable with some sugar and heavy cream (out of milk), since that's how I have most of my black teas.

  • Cha Cha

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    This is a good nighttime tea, brewed at 212 degrees for 7.5 minutes I got mostly chamomile flavor with the coolness of peppermint, and not too much lemongrass (not a problem for me, as I don't like lemongrass that much.) Had it with a bit of sugar, but honey would also probably be good with an herbal tea like this.