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Jeff Jackson  

Husband, Father, and lover of all things music, tea, and books. If variety is the spice of life, then I've got a really spicy life! :o)

User's reviews

  • Green Rooibos Bonita


    As someone who was NOT in the Rooibos fan club, I realize it was only the red rooibos that I didn't like. This is a very good tea and is good hot or iced. No caffeine and fruity goodness.. what's not to like?

  • Formosa Bai Hao


    This is more oxidized than many oolongs so it closer to a black than a green. It has great flavor depth and allows for many steeps, each with a different note. I really like this one a lot.



    A very nice, simple Earl Grey. If you are looking for a better Earl than your typical grocery store tea, but aren't into full loose leaf, this will probably be a good option for you.

  • Black Tea


    Even though this is one of the first teas that I started drinking, it holds no special place in my heart. After using loose leaf for several years, this just tastes powdery and muddy.

  • Samurai Mate


    This is a great little chai! I really enjoy the lightness and smoothness of it. There is a nice cinnamon aroma to it and, although it has the chai spices, the lack of a black tea base allows this one to be enjoyed without even adding milk or cream. I'll definitely be adding this to my Chai rotation.

  • Sleepytime Classic


    One of the first teas I tried as an adult. It's not bad, but not something I use anymore. I much prefer Chamomile and more whole leaf/herb teas.

  • Peppermint


    A nice, simple mint tea that is good for evening steeps. There is a bit of artificial flavor in it, but not much.



    A decent spiced black tea as far as bagged teas go. It's good for a quick steep when you just want a bit of spice.

  • Matcha


    This is my first real foray into Matcha and this one was very good. You can really taste the grassiness of the good Japanese tea that is used. It blended well, was very smooth when sipping, and a great treat for the afternoon. There was no bitterness at all to it.

  • Pu-Erh Poe


    This is a great Pu-Erh. It's a nice bold Pu-Erh with no fishy or dirt flavors. It's a very good starter Pu for people that are new to this type of tea.